Meet Andres.

He’s a healthy 48-year-old male.

Andres is a successful businessman who never has time for anything.

One day he lost his cool, his vision went blurred and within seconds he felt a sudden pain in his chest. It was a heart attack.

On arriving at the Emergency Service, they gave him an aspirin to halt the on-going hypercoagulation,as well as a substance that destroys blood clots.

The doctors tried to release the blocked-up coronary and, fortunately for Andres, they succeeded.

A few days later, he was sent home with a Statin (to lower his Cholesterol), an anti-Platelet (a drug that inhibits the formation of Blood Clots) and an anti-Coagulant (to reduce the formation of Proteins that foment Coagulation).

Andres asked why they were giving him pills to lower his Cholesterol when it was within the normal range.

The doctor explained to him that scientific studies have shown that Statins reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack and decrease the Atheromatous Plate on the Endothelium.

“What’s an Endothelium?” asked Andres.

It’s the thin layer that overs the inside of the artery that comes into contact with the blood.

They explained that it is where Atheroma is formed, which, together with the blood clot, produced his heart attack.



Did you know that half of all heart attacks occur when Cholesterol levels are perfectly normal (1)(2), and that in many cases the first symptom is death? (1)(2)

“Andres was very lucky,” I hear you say. “Thank God he has now been medicated.”

Yes, but wait…

So what would you say if I told you that the drugs that Andres takes attack the consequence of the problem and not its cause?

“They attack the consequence of the problem and not the cause?”

“So what’s the problem?” you may well ask.

And I’m glad you asked me.

Because the answer could save your life.

By the way, before answering your question, I have some questions for you…

Do you suffer from migraine? (1)

Do you get tachycardia? (1)

Do you suffer from insomnia? (1)

Have you had kidney grit or stones? (1)

Is there a history of heart attacks or strokes before the age of 60 in your family? (1)(2)

Do you know what lipoprotein (a) is? (1)(2)(3)

And here is a very important final question…

Do you know why endothelium destroys itself? (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)

We’ll continue very shortly, but for now, in addition to MAGNESIUM + LYSINE, you should also take VITAMIN C + ACTIVE B.