Liz’s Heart Disease Testimony!


NurseHeart disease can take many different forms.  For Liz Cassitas, a mom and cardiac care nurse, is took the form of bradycardia.  Bradycardia is a slow heart rate usually defined as less than 60 beats per minute.  A heart rate less than 60 beats per minute is not unusual for highly trained athletes but it is unusual for normal adults. 

Liz had an extremely low heart rate and was put into the cardiac care unit at the same hospital at which she works.  Although it was recommended that she have a pacemaker put in to regulate her heart beat, Liz refused.  After being released from the hospital a neighbor of hers recommended a product called ProArgi-9 Plus.  This is the product that is at the heart of the groundbreaking study just recently completed at the High Desert Heart Institute.

The following 14 minute interview is Liz Cassitas sharing her testimony and how the ProArgi-9 Plus helped to address several health issues:

Click Here to Listen as Liz Cassitas Shares Her Emotional Testimony!

Liz’s testimony is a powerful story of what can happen when the endothelial cells are properly nourished so that they can produce Nitric Oxide which is the master signaling molecule of the cardiovascular system.  If you watched the American Health Journal’s feature on Dr. Louis Ignarro he points out that when you improve the blood flow to your organs, thru proper Nitric Oxide production, they respond favorably. 

It’s what Liz experienced.  Her heart rate returned to normal, her bowel movements returned to normal, her cholesterol levels returned to normal, her arthritis become a non-issue, and she lost 28 pounds.  Not only was Liz able to get off many of her medications but she saw a huge savings in her pocketbook.  It positively changed her life and her health.  As I always caution, if you decide to become proactive with your health by implementing natural supplements, then work with a qualified medical professional.

Together we can work to save a million lives! 

Dan Hammer

The information contained in this blog is for general information purposes only and never as a substitute for professional medical advice or medical exam.  The information contain in this blogging website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease without the supervision of a qualified medical doctor.

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