Confessions of a Former Heart Surgeon

 By: Ng Peng Hock
FACT: 150 years ago heart disease was virtually unheard of. Today it is the #1 cause of death in America. It kills nearly 30% of us. In fact, it kills more women than all forms of cancer, chronic lung disease, pneumonia, AIDS, diabetes and accidents combined.

You don't have to face this fate, if you let Dr Robert show you his proven ways to kiss heart disease goodbye.

His secrets to good heart health do not rely on prescription drugs and needless surgery -- which is probably why you'll never hear about them from conventional sources.

Dr Robert have all the credentials of a highly accomplished physician: an M.D. from the University of Missouri, a residency in surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center, the very first board-certified cardiac surgeon in South Dakota. He even developed the state's first heart-surgery program.

Several years ago the readers of one of the most famous national health magazines gave him a "Best Doctor Achievement Award." And, that's when people started calling him "America's Most Trusted Doctor." But most doctors call him things like "revolutionary" or "pioneer", for his pioneering expertise in natural cures, and because he is not afraid to challenge traditional medical beliefs.

He has been an M.D. for over 30 years -- 7 of them as a heart surgeon. He started out naively, and quickly became successful. Like most surgeons, all he did was prescribe drugs, operate and sleep. Most mornings he sawed open chests, hooked his patients up to life support machines, stopped their hearts, grafted arteries, re-started their hearts, sewed them up, and sent them home.

After awhile, he began to realize most of his patients were getting worse ... some needlessly dying of heart disease.

But the problem wasn't him. And it wasn't other doctors. They were only practicing what they were taught in medical school.

So he quit surgery! But you might ask Why would he quit performing heart surgery at the peak of his career and leave behind the power, prestige and the financial stability he had accumulated? Simple: He was fed up with practicing disease-oriented medicine and decided to make the transition to a world of health and preventive medicine. On that fateful day in 1981, he started a cardiac rehabilitation program. He wanted to help people prevent and even reverse heart disease.

Over the years he have traveled worldwide to meet with health experts from many cultures, as well as to locate and evaluate alternative treatments that have been used successfully in remote parts of the world for centuries. During this time he has the privilege to study -- and save many of his patients' lives -- with Ayurvedic Medicine, Homeopathic Medicine, Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Chinese Medicine as well as Shamanic Medicine.

Now, thanks to these proven treatments and natural cures, he continue to see astonishing results with patient after patient -- rather than needless deaths from drugs or surgery! I truly believe that "How to Prevent or Even Reverse Heart disease - Without Drugs or Surgery" will be the resource that saves thousands of lives -- perhaps yours or that of a loved one. In it, you'll learn:

A peak of what you will learn ...

- Hands-down best way to detect heart disease BEFORE it happens to you, but your doctor will probably never tell you about it.

- How raising your cholesterol can protect your heart.

- People who drink this every day (not red wine) can reduce their risk of heart attack by 40% or more.

- The best test for heart attack risk. Show this to your doctor ASAP.

- If you don't do this occasionally, you will double your chances of having a heart attack. Best of all, it doesn't cost
you a cent.

- Why taking an aspirin-a-day can actually give you a stroke!

- and many many more!l
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