How Do I Improve My
 Cardiovascular Health?

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Since I’m well-known in the field of alternatives to improve cardiovascular health, I get dozens of emails every week from people who want to talk about their atrial fibrillation and other heart arrhythmias, high or low blood pressure, chest pain, etc. It also is unfortunate that they are frightened by allopathic practitioners and drug companies, who often preface their advice by saying, “If you don’t do this, you’ll have a heart attack or stroke.” It’s even more disturbing when I hear from people who have followed their doctor’s advice for years, and their cardiovascular health has deteriorated over time.

The Good News Is that There Is Hope!

Having helped thousands of people recover and improve their cardiovascular wellness, I can say, with no reservation or exception, that if you follow a few simple steps, “The worst is over!” The following is the information I want everyone who is considering magnesium therapy to improve their cardiovascular performance to understand and implement.

What If What You Are Experiencing Is a Magnesium Deficiency?

Heart disease has become a dreaded condition because most people know it means a handful of medications and the certain knowledge that things are only going to get worse. But what if heart disease has a strong element of magnesium deficiency? What if you have magnesium deficiency and not heart disease? What if you have been misdiagnosed? After all, your doctor probably didn’t do an ionized magnesium blood test to find out how much magnesium is in your cells working away at 1,000 enzyme processes and involved with 80% of known metabolic functions. Wouldn’t it be important to know that information? Of course, it would. But doctors have been swept up in the pharmaceutical treatment of the body and have ignored the nutrient building blocks that keep us alive.

Where Do I Start Learning?

To truly find out what your heart and body require to stay healthy, I have a number of resources that are waiting for you to engage:

  • Read my eBook, Atrial Fibrillation: ReMineralize Your Heart. This is why studying this book is so important:

Let me say at the outset that even though the main title of this book is Atrial Fibrillation– I recommend that anyone who has been told they have heart disease to focus on the second half of the title – ReMineralize Your Heart. My thesis is that magnesium deficiency can play a huge role in throwing the structure and function of the heart in disarray. My question becomes, “What if your heart symptoms are really magnesium deficiency symptoms? And what if saturating your body with a non-laxative magnesium like ReMag to overcome that magnesium deficiency results in fewer heart symptoms?” I ask, wouldn’t this possibility be worth exploring? That is the premise of Atrial Fibrillation: ReMineralize Your Heart.

Here is a link to a free PDF of the book.

(2) Watch my webinar on Heart Health so that you understand what you can do to improve the structure and function of your heart cells:

Your Healthy Heart Webinar
Streamed live on Jan 10, 2019

(3) Take ReMag Liquid as I suggest. Click here for a helpful guide on best practices.

Then What?

Once you start moving toward using saturation doses of ReMag, consider using the other nutrients that you read about in my Atrial Fibrillationbook. And, during the next few months, keep us posted on your progress and let us know if you have any questions. You can write us at support@rnareset.com.

Aloha,

Dr. Carolyn Dean

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