I feel great since I started VitaPulse, but I don't really know if it is actually doing anything. I can't tolerate many cholesterol reducing drugs including Statins and others. I have a bad history of coronary artery disease. 3 years ago at the age of 57 I was diagnosed with 6 coronary blockages. I ended up with 5 stents.
I have always led an active life. I'm a farmer and I had been going to a gym 3 times a week as well as enjoying on average 3 hours of yoga a week. I thought I was one of the healthiest people around. I never smoked, I only drank small amounts of alcohol and enjoyed camping, hiking and water skiing and other activities. I thought I ate a pretty healthy diet and was at a healthy weight with a BMI around 25. I love most vegetable from broccoli to spinach and always have eaten fresh fruit year round. We seldom if ever would eat processed food including sausages, although bacon was always a favourite.
After my heart event, I enrolled in a coronary artery group at the civic field house (indoor track) where we walk and take weight exercise classes. Considering my cholesterol was only on the upper side of normal, I felt there was something else that modern medicine was missing. I read and researched lots about cholesterol and heart disease finding lots of conflicting information. I knew there was something else I was missing, something my doctors weren't telling me that might help. I don't think doctors have the answers to most problems nowadays. When I found Vita Pulse I researched other products through web sights like Life Extension and others.
I had to try Vita Pulse to find out if it could help me. I have only been on it for just over a month. I will not have any blood work done for some time, when I do it will be interesting to see if there are any changes. The only other change in my diet that I have made is a drastic reduction and limitation of red meat, and eggs. I was never big on processed meat so I already avoided that. I've even lost a bit of weight to see if I can improve my odds. Is VitaPulse going to reverse the damage in my arteries? I sure hope so. The only way to know is to keep using it for now.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend