About Live Heart Strong
Created by Alan Turner, Live Heart Strong is claimed to be a completely natural, drug-free, and scientifically proven system that can:
- Permanently reverse heart problems,
- Clean your arteries of plaque,
- Flush your body of “bad” cholesterol,
- Heal heart damage,
- Rebuild blood vessels, and
- Completely turn around your blood pressure,
… all in less than 5 weeks.
In the Live Heart Strong promotional video, Alan claims that he learned this information only after suffering 3 heart attacks before he had reached the relatively young age of 58. During his final hospital stay, Alan claims that his physician (who’s referred to only as Dr. Collins) let him know about new research indicating that statins and other medications traditionally used to prevent heart attacks could actually increase the risk of having one, since they attack “good” cholesterol just as much as they do “bad” cholesterol.
How Does Live Heart Strong Claim to Work?
Instead, despite what the medical community may believe, Dr. Collins claimed that cholesterol isn’t the biggest cause of heart attacks; it’s actually the “Four Horsemen of Heart Disease,” which are inflammation, oxidation, sugar, and stress. On top of this, Dr. Collins claimed that foods traditionally thought to be bad for you (e.g. bacon, eggs and butter) might actually help improve heart health, while so-called healthy options may be to blame for poor health and heart attacks, although none of these “healthy” options are revealed.
The Live Heart Strong website goes on to talk about important antioxidants, such as Coenzyme 10 (CoQ10), found in foods that can raise good cholesterol and reduce bad cholesterol. This is in comparison to statins, which attack all cholesterol indiscriminately.
Soon after learning this information, Alan claims that Dr. Collins was let go from the hospital for “asking too many questions,” after which the doctor “set out to expose the corruption in the medical world” by giving a variety of seminars. It’s in these seminars that Dr. Collins is claimed to have originally revealed the information contained in Live Heart Strong, which is claimed to reverse all traces of heart disease while naturally balancing out your cholesterol levels and blood pressure within the next few weeks, without any drastic changes to your diet.
Despite the fact that the information contained in Live Heart Strong is claimed to have worked for nearly 40,000 people of all ages, with any body type, and in any state of physical health, Alan claims that the information has been suppressed by “Big Pharma” who stands to lose millions. In fact, Alan even claims that doctors disseminating the information it contains have been “faced with serious jail time.”
With all of this in mind, can Live Heart Strong really help free you from the shackles of heart disease, and even reverse your symptoms? Most likely not, and here’s why:
All Your Favorite Stories, Recycled
As we’ve mentioned in the past, Clickbank (more about this in a moment) e-books such as Live Heart Strong, Erectile Dysfunction Protocol, Reverse My Tinnitus, Perfect Vision System, and many others, all follow very similar storylines. The main characters usually face some peril due to a common problem, who are then motivated to find a cure after recovering. During their research, they often meet a passionate but obscure professional who has naturally unlocked the key to this problem. Unfortunately, they’re being subverted by a company, the government, or even physicians themselves.
However, another thing that all of these types of products have in common is that their stories ultimately don’t hold up under scrutiny. For example, if Dr. Collins’s system really was so revolutionary, why didn’t he publish it online for free? And if he was being pursued by Big Pharma for knowing this information, why did he begin giving public seminars about it after he was let go from the hospital? What’s more, why didn’t anyone who attended these seminars publish the information they learned? Why was it covered in the media? Why isn’t Alan being pursued as well? And why has he chosen to “help” others by selling a Clickbank e-book? It all simply doesn’t add up.
What Does Science Have to Say About Live Heart Strong?
Needless to say, if the information contained in the Live Heart Strong system really was as revolutionary as Alan claims, it would be front page news all across the globe, and would very likely change the path of humanity. After all, heart disease is the #1 cause of death in the U.S., and kills 600K to 700K Americans each year.
However, according to WebMD, some of the symptoms of heart disease can be undone, but not all. And only if you’re willing to commit to making big lifestyle changes and sticking to them. In other words, while the information contained in Live Heart Strong may be beneficial, it will not cure or reverse your heart disease.
What’s the Consumer Buzz About Live Heart Strong?
Live Heart Strong is a very new e-book, and didn’t have any legitimate online consumer reviews available at the time of our research. However, since Live Heart Strong is sold primarily through affiliates who earn commissions from each sale they refer, there are many fake review websites online intended to mislead you.
Live Heart Strong Pricing & Refund Policy
Live Heart Strong is priced at $39.95 and is available for immediate download after payment is processed.
According to the Live Heart Strong promotional video, the system is claimed to come with a “twice your investment” refund policy, and that you’ll simply need to send an email in the “member’s area” to claim. However, there is no member’s area on the Clickbank website, and their refund policy doesn’t indicate a 2X refund anywhere; only a 60-day refund policy.
With this said, in order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact Clickbank’s customer service at 800-390-6035.
Is Live Heart Strong a Revolutionary System that Will Reverse Your Heart Disease?
Chopping to the Point: Considering that the Live Heart Strong backstory simply doesn’t add up; that we’re told very little about the information it contains; and that heart disease can’t be cured or reversed, we might recommend saving your hard-earned money and speaking with your physician about how to effectively treat heart disease.