Between 650,000 to 1.3 million Americans suffer from one of the 15 recognized heart defects, including heart murmurs, according to the American Heart Association. A heart murmur is detected as an abnormal sound on a stethoscope and is caused by a turbulent flow of blood in your heart. It can be harmless, allowing you to live a normal life and remain physically active. However, in some cases, a doctor may recommend that you lose weight to reduce your risk of further complications.
Lisa Nelson RD a registered dietitian has developed a great diet to help reduce cholesterol and blood pressure which can help over come a heart murmur. Over the last 10 years she has perfected her techniques to lower her cholesterol to 161 mg/dl and keep her blood pressure at 110/60 and her diet has helped thousands to the same.
Lowered My Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks to the Delight of Both Myself and My Doctor
“I have lived with high blood pressure for many years and tried so many things to get it down I was coming to the end of my tether. Not being really overweight I still tried everything like exercise and walking every day. As a result I found I had an over active thyroid that could have killed me. I don’t put added salt in my meals and I try to eat healthy. At the start of August this year I was scheduled to have a total hip replacement and was devastated to find that due to my high blood pressure (176/133) I could not be operated on. I had been waiting for years on a list and I really needed help.
This is when I went on the Internet and sent cries of help and thanks to Lisa Nelson RD who was determined to help me I was on my way to recovery.
I realized that I needed to be careful with my food and look out for hidden salts. I cut down on sugar and eliminated things that Lisa had suggested. As a result, and to the sheer delight of both myself and my doctor, I was able to go through with the total hip replacement.( four weeks later)
My blood pressure remained so low (89/40) throughout the procedure and for the next week that I was able to recover quicker.
I have only had my surgery done less than a week ago and am feeling terrific, not only is the wound perfect but I have minimal bruising and am having loads of movement.
I totally recommend anyone having problems with high blood pressure to follow Lisa Nelson RD’s carefully organized plan. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
All I can say is thank you so much Lisa, keep up the good work:)”
~ Janet Duff