About Vascular Failure Protocol
Vascular Therapy Protocol claims to be an easy, simple-to-follow plan promising to help you reset your cardiovascular health and “reverse most, if not all of your debilitating conditions,” including bringing your blood sugar under control, lowering your blood pressure, slashing your bad cholesterol, and losing pounds of visceral fat. This e-book even claims to help you avoid arthritis, increase your energy, and achieve stronger erections and libido!
Like most people, you’d like to remain as healthy as possible for as long as you can. Everything seemed to be going along fine in this respect, until your doctor diagnosed you with high cholesterol, elevated blood pressure, or even prediabetes. And who doesn’t have a few pounds to lose around their midsection? Now that you’re here, though, what can you do?
The Vascular Failure program claims to help you accomplish this using a “special” combination of foods and other natural remedies that can remove the four root causes of vascular failure: blood sugar, blood fats, blood pressure, and belly weight. Not only this, but the publisher claims it does all this without any willpower required on your part, and the program can be personalized based on your conditions and blood test results.
First, let us say “Congratulations!” for choosing to take the next step in improving your health and living a longer, happier life. You’re here because you want to know if the Vascular Failure Protocol is a step in the right direction; or, are claims like helping “your arteries "age backwards” completely overblown and based on little evidence? We’ll help you address many of these important questions before handing over your hard-earned money.
Taking a Closer Look at Vascular Failure’s “4 Deceivers”
In the Vascular Failure video, we’re told that the Protocol addresses four key areas of health: blood sugar, blood fats, blood pressure, and belly weight. While the precise details are outside the scope of this review, let’s take a quick look at each of these so we can better understand what we’re talking about.
Cholesterol, Blood Fats, & Blood Pressure
Cholesterol is a waxy substance that’s produced inside your body (typically the liver) and is also obtained from food sources, which is responsible for many key processes, including manufacturing hormones and vitamin D, digesting foods, and more.
Within your body, cholesterol is transported around inside lipoproteins; specifically, low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and high-density lipoproteins (HDL). While cholesterol is required in order for your body to function properly, LDL is generally considered “bad,” since too much in your blood can cause the buildup of plaque inside arteries, eventually leading to heart attack, stroke, and/or heart disease.
On the other hand, HDL transports cholesterol back to the liver, where it can be processed and excreted from the body, which is why it’s considered “good”.
Finally, triglycerides are a combination of natural fats and oils that your body uses for energy. Just like cholesterol, though, too much in your blood can increase blood pressure and lead to heart attacks and strokes if left untreated.
Together, triglycerides and HDL/LDL make up your total cholesterol.
Blood Sugar & Belly Weight
Similar to how we can measure total cholesterol in our blood, our blood sugar (glucose) levels can also be measured. Why is this important?
Under normal circumstances, the starches and carbohydrates you eat are digested by your body and turned into a substance known as glucose. This glucose is then transported inside cells using a hormone called insulin, which maintains your health.
If exposed to excess glucose levels for extended periods of time, two things can happen to your body: First, this excess energy can’t be utilized, so it’s often stored as belly (also called visceral) fat. Because this type of fat builds up around your internal organs, it can wreak all kinds of havoc, including increasing your risk for heart disease and insulin resistance.
Speaking of which, if insulin is no longer able to transport glucose into cells, the level of sugar inside your blood can rise to dangerous levels, leading to a state known as hyperglycemia (diabetes). If left untreated long enough, this can lead to some pretty severe health consequences.
Now, with all of this in mind, is there anything found in Vascular Failure Protocol that will address these root conditions?
How Does Vascular Failure Protocol Work?
Despite specifically claiming to address each of these concerns, we’re told very little about exactly how Vascular Failure accomplishes this. In fact, other than promising to do away with these serious conditions using a “special” combination of foods, we’re told almost nothing.
However, we’ve reviewed dozens of e-books just like Vascular Failure that claim to cure severe conditions, typically using a specific combination of foods that are eaten in specific combinations at certain times. Each of these foods generally contains some nutrient that can then address different side effects.
For the most part, these types of e-books come with low online customer reviews (2 stars or less), whether here on HighYa or on other consumer advocacy websites. What’s everyone saying? By far, the most common complaint is failure to deliver on their promises; usually, that they don’t contain anywhere near the level of information promised on their websites.
In fact, many complained that much of the information could be found elsewhere online for free (we’ll come back around to this point in the final section). A distant second complaint is often difficulty obtaining refunds, which we’ll address next.
How Much Does Vascular Failure Protocol Cost?
The Vascular Therapy Protocol is priced at $47 and can be downloaded as soon as your payment is processed (these often come in PDF format, so they can be viewed on just about any device).
Along with your order, you’ll receive three bonus reports:
- Nature's Pain Killers
- Pain Free Exercising Technique
- Better Sex Over 40
Your order will also include 12 months of support and lifetime updates.
All Vascular Failure purchases come with a 60-day money back guarantee. In order to request one, we’d recommend contacting Clickbank directly (instead of attempting to contact the publisher) at 800-390-6035.
Who Is Dr. Radu Scurtu?
Is Dr. Radu Scurtu a real person? By all appearances, he seems to be a pseudonym, which is fairly ubiquitous for these types of e-books. After all, based on our experience and dozens of reviews from customers like you, they seem to be long on hype and short on usable information, so it’s little surprise that no one would want their name associated with them.
We did learn that this same pseudonym is used for another e-book titled Survival MD, which appears to focus on finding clean water during times of emergency.
Is the Vascular Failure Protocol a … Failure?
Without any online customer reviews for the Vascular Failure Protocol at the time of our research—and without the publisher providing any real insight into what you’ll learn—we can’t be sure about the quality of material it contains. We can say that the online reputation for these types of e-books is about as low as it comes, which (at least in our opinion) means that you might experience much of the same with VFP.
Unlike many of the other e-books we’ve reviewed, the Vascular Failure website provides a decent list of citations to back up their claims. However, these only support the medical facts included in their video (e.g. too much cholesterol is bad, statins can cause side effects, etc.), and not necessarily for any of the treatments they propose.
So, what’s the bottom line? Talk with your doctor, whether it’s about your general health related to high blood pressure and visceral fat, or specifically related to “cure all” e-books like the Vascular Therapy Protocol. Then, ask them about natural, food-based methods you can use to counteract some of these problems. In fact, if you don’t want to wait, you might be able to find much of the same information in Vascular Failure Protocol by performing a few quick online searches.