Americans buy more than 44 million packages of aspirin a year to try and ward off heart attacks and strokes.1
It’s like a really bad joke – the scary news about FDA-approved drugs. Seems every month a study shows that a drug either increases your risk of toxic side effects… or another disease… or even the one it’s supposed to prevent!
Experts call it the “silent killer of women.”
And it’s no wonder why…
Most people think of heart disease as a “male” problem. Women don’t even experience the same symptoms. Yet heart disease is the #1 cause of death for women in the United States. 1
Does this sound familiar?
You go to bed… your head hits the pillow and you expect to fall asleep within minutes. You wait… and wait… and nothing. The minutes on the clock turn to hours as you lay there, exhausted, but unable to fall asleep.
Of course, we all know that drugs have side effects… often serious ones. But you certainly wouldn’t expect the drug you are taking to prevent a certain disease to actually make it worse. Or even cause the disease itself! But in fact, that is what many of them do.
Everyone knows that citrus fruits are great immune boosters. But most people have no idea that an orange a day may keep a stroke away.