Previous issues of NHD have stressed the importance of the “miracle mineral”, magnesium. Today I want to stress the importance of another commonly deficient mineral — zinc.
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Is it possible to improve your heart health just by eating honey?
Dr. Noori S. Al-Waili says it is. And he’s published proof to back it up.
As we explained in Tuesday’s message, he’s conducted a study that shows people who drink a honey solution lower their “bad” cholesterol by over 10 percent. It also lowers their C-reactive protein (CRP) levels by a whopping 57 percent.
Four and a half million women in the U.S. suffer from osteoporosis. Most doctors recommend drugs as a first response.
But the drugs that are supposed to help strengthen their brittle bones actually increase fracture risk. In other words… the drugs that are supposed to help these women are doing the exact opposite.
These findings come from a brand new study.
It’s just possible that nature’s very own sweetener may be the finest thing for your heart. That’s because emerging science shows it drastically cuts “bad” LDL cholesterol. And can lower your blood pressure. In just two weeks.
The new research comes from Dr. Noori S. Al-Waili. He conducts research at the heart center at Mount Vernon Hospital in New York. He also served as the Scientific Advisor to the prestigious Dubai Medical Center and Research Laboratories.