Your heart works hard to keep you going . . .

168 hours a week, 8736 hours a year, year after year, under all types of conditions. It gets no vacation — ever — as long as you live.

Did you realize that every day, your heart needs to produce the amount of energy equal to driving a truck 20 miles? During an average lifetime, that's enough energy generated to drive you to the moon — and back.

heartheartSo as you can imagine, your heart has huge demands for nutrition and energy. It needs 'high-octane' fuel — and regular maintenance — to propel blood through your 60,000 miles of blood vessels.

Yet, if you're like many people, you hardly give your heart a second thought. Until something connected to your heart goes haywire, that is . . .

Like blood pressure concerns, high cholesterol, or other heart issues . . .

The point is, many people treat their car better than they do their own heart . . .

Obviously, if you expect your car to last — to go the distance — you know you need to perform regular maintenance on it. If you never changed the oil or gave it a tune-up or rotated your tires, how could you expect it to perform well over the long term?

So I'd like you to think about a few questions . . .

When it comes to your heart, are you giving it the same attentive care you give your car?

And when it comes to your heart, do you know what's under the hood?

Do you have a few miles on your 'vehicle'?

If you're middle-aged or older, I imagine you probably do.

And by this point in your life, you've probably put a lot of stressful 'city miles' on it that could require a bit of extra care . . .

Because when it comes to your heart, you can't afford to have a broken-down old 'clunker'. You don't get a lot of trade-in opportunities.

You need to treat your heart at least as well as you treat your car — if you want it to run at its peak performance for as many years as possible.

  • Until you can see your grandkids grow up, maybe even have kids of their own . . .
  • Until you can take that dream trip you've always wanted . . .
  • Until you can cross a lot of those things off your 'bucket list' . . .

So isn't it high time to start treating your heart with the same 'TLC' you give your other vehicle?

Dr. Chauncey CrandallDr. Chauncey CrandallDr. Chauncey Crandall would give you a resounding 'yes'. He's been a heart specialist for over 28 years — and he sees on a daily basis how people forget to take care of their hearts, their most important organ.

Along with his busy cardiology practice, he's also on call to treat cardiac emergencies at three South Florida hospitals. People travel from all over the world to see him for his advice.

As one of America's most sought-after cardiologists, he has performed over 40,000 heart procedures.

And Dr. Crandall will soon share tips and strategies that he gives his own patients to keep their hearts healthy, so please keep watching.

Because unfortunately, by the time you get to your 40's, 50's, or 60's — even if you feel great — you should be concerned about your heart . . . and start taking steps to help keep your heart healthy, including eating less fat and using targeted supplements.

Particularly if you:

  • Are concerned about your cholesterol levels . . .
  • Eat a lot of red meat, fatty foods, or fast foods . . .
  • Don't get enough exercise . . .
  • Have too much stress in your life . . .
  • Carry extra weight, especially around your mid-section . . .
  • Smoke or use tobacco in any form . . .

Fortunately, during this presentation, you will discover a great new option designed to help fuel your heart and to help provide optimal heart health.

But before you hear about this breakthrough discovery, it's important to grasp the overall importance of cardiovascular health, including maintaining normal levels of cholesterol...

arteriesarteriesAs you know, arteries supply oxygen and nutrients to all the organs and tissues of your body.

And the coronary arteries nourish your heart muscle itself.

Fatty material, particularly little particles of cholesterol called plaque, may build up in the walls of your arteries.

Over time, your arteries may become clogged with this plaque.

I know many folks become confused when their doctor starts talking about the different cholesterol numbers like total cholesterol, HDL and LDL.

Well, here's what you need to know about cholesterol:

Cholesterol comes from two sources — your own body and the food you eat.

LDL or "bad" cholesterol is the cholesterol that we are generally concerned with keeping within the normal range.

LDL cholesterol should be less than 100.

HDL or "good" cholesterol actually helps to clear some of that "bad" cholesterol from your blood.

HDL cholesterol should be 60 or more.

Your total cholesterol should be 200 or less.

During the early stages, cholesterol concerns by themselves have no symptoms. You can only determine whether you should be concerned about your cholesterol by having it tested.

That's why it's so important to have your cholesterol checked regularly.

Unfortunately, millions of Americans have cholesterol levels they should be concerned about . . .

Fortunately, for those of us with 'borderline' cholesterol readings, we can often address the problem with proper diet, exercise, and targeted support. So discovering the best and most simple ways to lower your total cholesterol and LDL is essential to your heart health!

Thank goodness we have Dr. Crandall with us here today to help you find the best solutions to keep your heart happy — because I know you want to lead the longest, healthiest life you can.

In fact, I'm sure you want to be as fit and active as possible, whether it's playing golf or just walking through the mall . . .

To enjoy time with your loved ones and watch your grandkids grow up . . .

To spend as little time (and money) as possible at the doctor's office — and never have to worry about your cholesterol levels again . . .

Really, don't we all want these things — especially as we get older?

We want to live a long heart healthy life and leave a positive legacy for those who follow in our footsteps  . . .

Dr. Crandall wants to leave a legacy, too. He feels it is his mission to bring a message of health, healing, and hope to as many people as he can.

And that's why he has spent the time to develop a new breakthrough formula to promote your best heart health possible.

A superstar combination of 12 separate nutrients based on his 28 years of patient treatment and clinical research.

This advanced formulation is now available with Dr. Crandall's new premium heart-health solution, Cardio Advanced®.

We will tell you in a few moments how you can try this breakthrough product with a FREE SPECIAL OFFER.

Yes, you're hearing this right . . .

You'll see how to claim your own FREE BOTTLE of Cardio Advanced in just a moment.

But first, let me be frank . . .

Dr. Crandall is not an alternative medicine type of doctor. In fact, he is a conventional Yale-trained cardiologist. He prescribes cholesterol-lowering drugs when he believes his patients need them. He knows ultimately if you don't create a healthy lifestyle for yourself, including a heart healthy diet, there is no miracle that will save you.

So why would Dr. Crandall create a heart health supplement (with no prescription needed)?

And it's pretty simple to just take Cardio Advanced daily while enjoying your heart-healthy meals.

That's pretty simple insurance for your heart, wouldn't you agree?

And because of his strong commitment of service, Dr. Crandall insisted on having a special promotion to give you the opportunity to try Cardio Advanced for yourself — just to see how well it can work for you.

Cardio Advanced contains 12 ingredients, individually chosen by Dr. Crandall to offer the most advanced natural support for your heart and healthy cholesterol levels.

Of these 12 ingredients, one in particular stands out as a heart-healthy powerhouse . . .

I'd call it cholesterol's 'healthy twin', but this heart helper goes by the admittedly boring name of PLANT STEROLS.

If you're like many folks, you may be wondering what exactly are plant sterols... So what are they — and why should you care?

Plant sterols (or phytosterols) are naturally-occurring compounds found in many fruits and vegetables, vegetable oils, seeds, nuts, beans, and cereals.

Here's what you really need to know: plant sterols are the plant version of cholesterol (cholesterol is only found in humans and animals).

And while, to most of us cholesterol is a dirty word, plant sterols are a GOOD THING.

In fact, plant sterols may actually LOWER your risk for heart disease when taken as part of diet low in cholesterol and fat.

They do this in a very clever way . . .

Since chemically speaking they have a similar structure to cholesterol, they compete with cholesterol in your digestive tract. In fact, plant sterols block the absorption of cholesterol in your intestines.

Cholesterol becomes displaced by these plant sterols, so it isn't absorbed by your body — and you excrete the cholesterol as a waste product when you go to the bathroom.

What's even better though is that plant sterols actually lower your LDL or "bad" cholesterol.

Repeated studies conducted under rigorous scientific scrutiny have shown them to help lower cholesterol when used as part of diet low in cholesterol and fat.

In fact, one study reported in the peer-reviewed journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings showed that an intake of 2 grams per day of plant sterols reduced LDL by 10%. That's significant!

Plus, this study also noted that sterol consumption plus eating foods low in saturated fat and cholesterol (recommended) can reduce LDL by a whopping 20%!

And here's another good thing: plant sterols lower cholesterol through a totally different mechanism than statin drugs commonly prescribed to lower cholesterol.

So some people may compound the beneficial effect of statin medication — or even lower the dosage of their medication — by adding a regimen of plant sterols (but please do not change any medications without doctor supervision).

However, research has demonstrated there is a catch or two . . .

For the best benefit in lowering your cholesterol, you need an intake of 2 grams per day of plant sterols.

Sadly, the average American diet only delivers about 10% or less of that necessary 2 grams.

So you really can't even come close to consuming enough plant sterols with diet alone. Of course, the food industry jumped on the plant sterol bandwagon by introducing foods fortified with plant sterols, such as margarine and orange juice.

Unfortunately, it's difficult to get a consistent dosage of plant sterols by eating these so-called functional foods. Plus, you would also get a lot of unwanted calories, sugar, fat, or additives.

In fact, for one such product — Benecol®Smart Chews — the first ingredient listed on the label is SUGAR. The second ingredient listed is CORN SYRUP. Plus you'll also find salt, artificial flavors, and yellow dye #6. And another product containing plant sterols — CholestOff — contains artificial color, polysorbate 80, and even polyethylene glycol, used as a basis for laxatives and sexual lubricants. Is this really something you'd want to eat?

And here's the other thing.

The plant sterols found in Cardio Advanced are "esterified". This process of esterification makes the plant sterols more fat-soluble. During digestion, these esterified sterols are attacked by intestinal enzymes to allow maximal lowering of LDL cholesterol.

Fortunately, unlike other products on the market today, Cardio Advanced supplies a full 2 grams of esterified plant sterols per daily dose. That's a full research dose.

And you don't need to take my word for it when it comes to the benefits of plant sterols  . . .

Here is what medical science tells us:

American Journal of Cardiology, 2005

"At recommended intakes of about 2 to 2.5 g/day, products enriched with plant stanol/sterol esters lower plasma LDL cholesterol levels by 10% to 14% without any reported side effects. Thus, plant stanols/sterols can be considered to be effective and safe cholesterol-lowering functional food ingredients."

Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, 2002
Cardiovascular Nutrition Laboratory at Tufts University

"Plant sterols have recently been recommended by the National Cholesterol Education Panel for use with the more traditional approaches of limiting saturated fat and cholesterol intakes, maintaining a healthy body weight and engaging in regular exercise, as a non-pharmacological approach to reduce low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels."

And that's only a couple of studies — many more have been done.

Enough that the usually hard-nosed FDA now agrees on the benefits of plant sterols.

In fact, this is what the FDA itself says:

The scientific evidence establishes that including plant sterol esters in the diet helps to lower blood total and LDL cholesterol levels.

Scientific evidence demonstrates that diets that include plant sterol esters may reduce the risk of CHD (coronary heart disease) as part of a diet that is low in cholesterol and fat.

So I hope you can understand by now why Dr. Crandall was excited about making plant sterols the 'flagship' of Cardio Advanced.

I want to share with you some more information about the other specially selected ingredients in Cardio Advanced. But first, let's hear from Dr. Crandall to give you some simple tips and strategies to keep your heart healthy for a long and active life.

"I'm going to share with you the same advice I give to patients in my cardiology practice. Here are 5 simple tips to help you prevent, reverse, or even cure issues with your heart." — Dr. Chauncey Crandall

Tip #1: Exercise daily

  • Exercise 5 days/week for 1 hour per day — one of best things you can do for your heart — start with 30 minutes if necessary but build up to 1 hour
  • Walking is generally best because it doesn't put too much stress on the joints
  • Other good exercise includes: tennis, ballroom dancing, swimming, and riding a bike
  • Do regular strength or resistance training to decrease age-related muscle loss
  • Use a heart rate monitor and keep an eye on how your heart handles exercise — share this info with your doctor

Tip #2: Lose weight if necessary

  • Learn your BMI (google it — it's easy!) — your BMI represents the % of your total body weight that is due to fat
  • If you are overweight, apply the info diligently from my next tip.

Tip #3: Get serious about your diet

  • It's time to get serious about what you eat whether you have known heart disease or are just taking a preventative approach.
  • I recommend the Dean Ornish heart-reversal diet, the South Beach Diet, the Mediterranean diet, or even the Caveman Diet.
  • For a healthy diet, you should limit meat, reduce saturated fats, limit calories, decrease salt, decrease all fatty foods and avoid eating fast foods.

Tip #4: Reduce your stress level & get proper sleep

  • Sleep is your body's primary way of dealing with stress — lack of sleep results in the liver pumping out excess cholesterol — get 8+ hours on a regular basis
  • Recruit the support of your loved ones — talk more, enjoy quality time together
  • Seek support from your religious or spiritual community — prayer, meditation, and being grateful all help decrease stress
  • Review your work habits and determine if you could delegate some work or otherwise streamline your job to lower stress

Tip #5: Use key supplements

I developed Cardio Advanced to help you get all your key healthy heart supplements in one place. Cardio Advanced contains 12 unique ingredients, including plant sterols, CoQ10, Hawthorn, critical B Vitamins, and other heart healthy ingredients.

Fish oil is also a great way to get the Omega-3 that you need for a healthy heart.

Now let's get back to the other ingredients in Dr. Crandall's exciting formula for natural heart health.

While keeping LDL cholesterol levels down is a crucial part of the heart health picture, protecting LDL from oxidation by free radicals is also quite important.

That's why our next superstar heart nutrient, Coenzyme Q10, is a very potent antioxidant . . .

CoQ10 is found in the mitochondria of nearly all your body's cells.

In biology class, you may once have learned that mitochondria function as the "power house" of the cell, because this is where ATP or adenosine triphosphate is produced to give you energy.

Your heart has the highest bodily demand for CoQ10 because of its energy requirements to keep your heart beating constantly. That's why CoQ10 is highly concentrated in heart muscle cells. Remember when we started today how much energy your heart needs to produce daily?

Unfortunately, CoQ10 levels gradually begin to decline as we age.

And as you can imagine, many nutritionally minded doctors believe that this diminishes cellular energy production.

That's why boosting your CoQ10 levels through supplementation helps promote good heart muscle function. And that's why Dr. Crandall made sure Cardio Advanced contains 60 mg of CoQ10.

As I mentioned previously, CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants fight damaging particles in your body called free radicals.

These free radicals cause damage at the cellular level and are believed to impact the aging process, causing premature aging. So it's great to have some extra antioxidant protection in the form of CoQ10.

When it comes to your heart, research suggests that CoQ10 plays a role in the anti-oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which promotes arterial health. This adds even more power to the plant sterols in Cardio Advanced, delivering a 1-2 'knockout' punch to that LDL or 'bad' cholesterol.

Additionally, CoQ10 also:

  • Supports healthy blood pressure . . .
  • Promotes good immune system function . . .

So what else is in Cardio Advanced?

Well, when it comes to heart health, the B VITAMINS rule!

All the B vitamins are water-soluble, meaning your body does not store them.

This means they need to be replenished daily.

That's why Dr. Crandall included a full half dozen of them in Cardio Advanced:

  • B3 (Niacin — as niacinamide)
  • B9 (Folic acid)
  • B6 (Pyroxidine)
  • B12 (Cobalamin)
  • B1 (Thiamin)
  • B2 (Riboflavin)

Let's talk about each of these in more detail . . .

Niacin (or vitamin B3) is used by the body to convert carbohydrates into energy. It supports good heart health on several fronts:

  • Niacin helps support proper HDL or "good" cholesterol levels
  • Niacin helps support normal LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels . . .
  • Niacin helps support normal triglyceride levels . . .

Experts also generally agree that folic acid or folate (which is actually vitamin B9) is crucial when it comes to heart health.

Folate helps produce and maintain new cells and is essential for the metabolism of homocysteine.

Homocysteine is an amino acid normally found in your blood, but elevated levels are linked to heart concerns. Maintaining normal homocysteine levels is important to arterial health and affects the ease with which blood flows through your blood vessels.

Maintaining normal levels of homocysteine also helps promote normal platelet aggregation, which is essential to good circulatory health.

Folate, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 all play key roles in converting homocysteine into methionine, one of the 20 or so building blocks from which your body builds new proteins.

Without enough folate, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12, this conversion process becomes inefficient and homocysteine levels increase.

Vitamin B1 (also called thiamine or thiamin) is necessary to heart function because it helps your cells make adenosine triphosphate or ATP, which is a major contributor to your body's energy production. As you've heard earlier, since it must beat continuously, your heart is a huge consumer of energy.

Vitamin B2 (known as riboflavin) is also a cofactor in the metabolism of homocysteine. Plus, it is important in red blood cell production.

But vitamin B2 also works as an antioxidant, which is important in heart health, as you also heard with CoQ10. Vitamin B2 also helps protect cells from oxygen damage by fighting those damaging free radicals.

And although the B vitamins work magic to support healthy hearts, let's not forget a couple of additional vitamins that contribute to a smoothly running ticker: vitamin D3 and vitamin C . . .

Dr. Crandall included vitamin D3 in Cardio Advanced because it has been shown to help regulate some critical processes involved in heart health, particularly when it comes to blood pressure.

Vitamin D also plays a role in proper blood clotting, inflammatory response, and glucose control.

And he didn't forget to add some vitamin C, either. While most animals have the ability to manufacture vitamin C in their bodies, humans do not. That means we need to get our vitamin C through diet and supplementation.

Though inconclusive, research suggests a correlation between low levels of vitamin C and the body's production of more cholesterol. Conversely, the body manufactures less cholesterol when vitamin C levels are high.

Most importantly, vitamin C also helps support good arterial health. This may be related to its role in producing collagen tissues in the body.

Cardio Advanced also includes one mineral essential to heart health: magnesium.

While magnesium has many important functions in the body, the heart in particular requires a sufficient amount of this vital mineral.

Magnesium helps maintain a normal heart rhythm — it coordinates the activity of the nerves and heart muscle cells that initiate the heartbeat.

Magnesium also supports normal blood pressure by relaxing the muscles controlling blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more freely.

Some evidence suggests that magnesium may help promote normal levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.

And this mineral also naturally balances out excess calcium to support cardiovascular health.

The next ingredient in Cardio Advanced, hawthorn, is also a heart health superstar . . .

People have utilized hawthorn for its health-supportive capabilities since as far back as the first century.

So how does hawthorn benefit your heart?

Well, hawthorn helps support good coronary artery blood flow and healthy heart function.

It also:

  • Promotes normal blood pressure . . .
  • Protects blood vessels from damage with its antioxidant properties . . .

After hearing about all these ingredients, I'm sure by now you can tell that Cardio Advanced is a premium supplement.

And Dr. Crandall is confident that Cardio Advanced can help you maintain normal cholesterol levels and get some great support for your heart health.

In fact, he's so confident about this that he wanted you to have the opportunity to try Cardio Advanced FREE WITH A SPECIAL OFFER!

So go claim your very own FREE 30-day supply of Cardio Advanced now by clicking on the BIG ORANGE BUTTON below for details.

If you order from this special presentation, premium supplement distributor Medix Select will send you a $49.95 bottle of Cardio Advanced FREE (you only cover a small $4.95 shipping & handling charge).

You will also enroll in our convenient Smart Ship program where you'll enjoy the benefit of free shipping and huge discounts on future orders. You have no obligation and may cancel at any time.

I'd urge you to do this now, while considering how important your heart health and your cholesterol levels are to your overall well-being.

This is your one-time opportunity for you to decide if this breakthrough heart health supplement will help you. Of course, Dr. Crandall and the rest of our team believe it will — or we couldn't afford to make an offer like this.

So please don't miss out . . .

Truth is, Medix Select only set aside 5,000 bottles of Cardio Advanced for this special promotion.

There is no guarantee that we can get more bottles once these bottles are gone, so please act now.

Oh, I almost forgot to tell you about the other FREE BONUS we have for you, just for trying out Cardio Advanced.

You'll also receive a FREE Special Report from Dr. Crandall: A Doctor's Guide to a Healthy Heart, valued at $20.

In this report, you'll discover:

  • How many risk factors for heart concerns you have . . .
  • The best stress buster you can find (and it's usually free!) . . .
  • Why losing only 10 pounds can pay huge dividends for your health . . .
  • Easy-to-implement strategies to keep your ticker beating smoothly . . .
  • Plus much, much more . . .

Now, if you've watched and listened to this presentation, I know you're serious about your taking good care of yourself. I'm sure you'd like to treat your heart at least as well as you treat your car!

And a healthy heart will allow you to . . .

 . . . Enjoy those rounds of golf.

 . . . Spend quality time with your family and friends.

 . . . Travel to all those places you've always wanted to see.

So you have a choice today . . .

You can choose to take your chances with your cholesteroland your heart. Or you can take advantage of this FREE OFFER to try Cardio Advanced!

Please don't wait . . . you can take the necessary steps of watching what you eat, exercising, and getting your daily dosage of esterified plant sterols and other important nutrients with Cardio Advanced

. . . to do everything you can do to help reduce your risk of coronary heart disease.

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Here's to your good heart health.

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