Carotid Arteries/Arterial Vascular Disease Health Plan

The full Carotid Artery Health Plan is designed to provide relief for carotid arteries/arterial vascular disease and to improve your condition in the long term.

Your 4-8 Week Carotid Artery Health Plan, From Robert Redfern’s eBook

Supplements to support your healthy arteries – in order of priority:

    1. BlockBuster Allclear – SerraEnzyme serrapeptase, nattokinase and 13 other circulation supporting nutrients. Take 2 x 3 times per day, 30 mins before eating and drop to 1 x 3 after 1 month (plan on 1-2 months).
    2. Serranol Contains SerraEnzyme serrapeptase, Curcuminx4000, Ecklonia Cava (Seanol) and Vitamin D3. Take 1 capsule x 3 times per day with the Blockbuster.
    3. Vitamin D3/K2 SprayTake 4 sprays x 2 times a day. This helps to clear calcium build-up.

    1. B4 Health SprayTake 4 sprays x 2 times a day. Supports a healthy heart and cardiovascular system.
    2. HealthyFlow – Take 2 teaspoons, 2 times a day in water or food. Contains L-arginine, L-Lystine and L-Citrulline, that supports healthy blood and arteries.

  1. UB8Q10 Ubiquinol (8x more effective than CoQ10). Take 2 x 2 times per day with food for 1 month (then 1×2 for ever) as this supports the heart muscle, supports heart valves. In addition, it is essential for all cell energy.
  2. Active LifeEssential vitamins, folic acid, 77 trace minerals and elements, electrolytes, and 18 amino acids to help replenish storages in your body that are naturally depleted each day.  Take 3 capsules, twice daily.
  3. The Krill Miracle – Take 1 capsule x 2 times per day. Contains Omega 3, 6 and 9 oils that improves heart damaging inflammation and damaging cholesterol levels.

 

Your Recovery Food Plan to Maintain ‘perfect Health’ (pH)

In addition to the above Carotid Artery Health Plan, we have a food and lifestyle health recovery guide to supplement.

Click here to download the really healthy foods plan in the eBook to find out how changing your lifestyle can improve your health condition.

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