Stroke Health Plan

The following Stroke Health Plan is designed to provide relief after suffering from a stroke. In addition, this recovery plan helps  improve your condition in the long term when followed with exercise and a naturally healthy lifestyle.

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

Supplements to support a healthy Cardiovascular System – in order of priority:

    1. Serranol – SerraEnzyme serrapeptase, Curcuminx4000, Ecklonia Cava (Seanol) and Vitamin D3. Take 1 capsule x 3 times per day.
    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.
    3. ReFocus – Take 1 x 3 times per day. Reduces abnormal coagulation of the blood, aids stroke recovery. Moreover, it improves blood supply to the brain and other parts of the body.
    4. MaxiFocus – Take 12 oral sprays per day (eg, 6 x 2 or 3 x 4). Contains nutrients that support healthy blood flow around the body.
    5. Naturally Better Vitamin E – Take 1 capsule x 3 times per day. Supports stroke induced injuries and in addition, also provides cholesterol reduction and cardio protection.

Basic Plan, Click Here

    1. Prescript Assist Probiotic This is the next generation vegan probiotic supplement. Take 1 x 2 times per day (see

Advanced Plan, Click Here

  1. HealthPoint™VERY IMPORTANT – Use daily to stimulate acupressure points. MicroCurrent stimulator works the acupuncture points on the SR points.

Ultimate Plan, Click Here


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

In addition to the above health plan in the ebook, we also have a food and lifestyle health recovery guide to support. Therefore, it is helpful to check out the eBook aside from following the above plan.

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


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