A New Report Shows that Simple Lifestyle Changes Unclog Arteries and Improve Memory Dramatically

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A new complimentary report 'Turn Back the Aging Clock' outlines how one man reversed the effect of aging, unclogged his arteries and reclaimed his memory without drugs.

Twelve months ago Will collapsed on holiday. No warnings, no history, just an enormous shock for him and his family.

After a battery of blood tests, a 24 hour Holter test of his heart, an ultrascan of his carotid arteries and an EEG, they could not find the cause of his collapse. But thankfully it was not a stroke or mini-stroke.

What they did find was that his left carotid artery was blocked to the extent of 40% and the right by 35% - 'pretty normal for a man of his age' apparently (in his 60s) but 40% blockage sounded pretty frightening to him.

He also learned that his cholesterol was too high as was his blood pressure. He could try aspirin as a precaution against clotting and he could take the advice of one section of the medical establishment and start taking statins to lower the cholesterol.

He took action! No drugs just simple lifesty changes. And they worked! He lost weight, brought his blood pressure and cholesterol levels down to normal, unclogged (yes, unclogged) his arteries and regained a lot of the memory he thought he had lost.

He still doesn't know why he collapsed but he's delighted that he did. So delighted and thankful that he has put together this complimentary report 'Turn Back the Aging Clock ' to let others know how he has transformed his health and how anyone can do the same.

The report covers:

What to eat - for healthy arteries
How to exercise the body - and lose weight healthily
How to stimulate the brain -and grow new neurons
How to breathe away stress - and take control of your emotions
How to improve your memory instantly

Aimed at anyone who is not seriously ill but feels age taking its toll, it demonstrates how straightforward lifestyle changes have achieved remarkable improvements in health and alertness.

Go to http://www.asyoungasyourarteries.com for the complimentary report.


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