8 Simple Steps to Lower
Your Blood Pressure
This Heart Doctor's FREE REPORT Could Save You
or a Loved One From A Fatal Heart Attack or Stroke . . .

Don't ignore 'white coat syndrome'.Dear Friend,

Do you have "white coat syndrome?"

No, it's not some exotic malady — but it could prove fatal.

Don't ignore 'white coat syndrome'.

And I'm writing today to help you make absolutely sure you and your loved ones don't suffer from it.

Frankly, I'd never heard of white coat syndrome.

But when I discovered its potentially deadly health consequences from our Newsmax medical editor and heart specialist Dr. Chauncey Crandall, I knew I had to pass this information on to you.

"White Coat Syndrome" —
Not Something to Take Lightly

As the saying goes, denial is NOT a river in Egypt . . .

And life-threatening denial is at the core of white coat syndrome.

Take Dale's experience, for example.

Dale saw his family doctor for a regular physical exam. He felt relatively healthy, a few aches and pains here and there, but nothing unusual for a man of middle age.

So when the doctor noted that Dale's blood pressure numbers were somewhat elevated, Dale couldn't believe he had a problem.

"I'm fine," Dale said. "I've never had a problem with my blood pressure — I'm sure it's just the stress of being at the doctor's office."


Hence the white coat syndrome; a bit of worry attributed to the ordeal of the exam.

Even physicians used to believe the same thing. They'd pay scant attention to slightly elevated blood pressure readings.

Today, however, your doctor and you should both take your blood pressure readings more seriously.

That's because research indicates that white coat syndrome is, in fact, highly predictive of long-term problems with high blood pressure.

Unfortunately, high blood pressure or hypertension could easily be the medical condition patients deny most frequently.

And this is an easily preventable mistake you don't want to make.

Hypertension is Not Called the
"Silent Killer" Without Good Reason

Typically, you could have high blood pressure with no symptoms at all.

Just like Dale.

And while 74.5 million American adults have been diagnosed with this condition, many millions more have hypertension without knowing it — or may be in denial about the seriousness of this potential "silent killer."

Even cardiologist Dr. Crandall was not immune to white coat syndrome.

You'd think as a heart doctor, he'd know better. But Dr. Crandall attributed his slightly elevated blood pressure readings to the stress of his profession. He let his hypertension go on for years without treatment.

Until he found himself in the hospital with a "widow-maker" — a massive heart attack that could easily have killed him.

Dr. Crandall survived his own brush with death. And he wants to make sure you don't have to go through the same horrific ordeal he endured.

That's why he wants to share with you his special report, 8 Steps to Reducing High Blood Pressure.

This complimentary gift will provide you with important information — before suffering the long-term effects of hypertension like heart disease, kidney disease, or stroke.

Why High Blood Pressure Kills . . .

In your FREE report, 8 Steps to Reducing High Blood Pressure (a $20 value), Dr. Crandall will share with you, in plain English, exactly what high blood pressure means to your health.

FREE ReportYou may be surprised to find out that your body's main controllers of blood pressure are your kidneys.

FREE Report

And besides controlling your blood pressure, your kidneys are susceptible to damage from hypertension. In fact, high blood pressure is the second leading cause of kidney failure. Your kidneys and cardiovascular system depend on each other for your good health.

Of course, your kidneys aren't the only organs damaged by high blood pressure.

You could also end up suffering from:

  • Increased risk of blood clots that can block your arteries, leading to heart attack or stroke
  • Increased build-up of plaque in your blood vessels that forces your heart to work harder — and also causes angina, heart attack, even stroke in your brain
  • Blindness due to damaged small blood vessels in your eyes

But Dr. Crandall doesn't want to scare you without giving you the tools to lower your blood pressure back to normal levels; levels that won't put you at risk for these devastating complications.

You'll hear all about how you can fight back simply and easily against this silent killer.

Here are just a few of the helpful tips and strategies you'll discover in your FREE special report:

  • The No. 1 way to determine if you truly have a problem with high blood pressure
    (hint: this doesn't happen at your doctor's office)
  • Reducing your blood pressure should make you feel better, right? WRONG!
    Discover why many people feel falsely energetic when their blood pressure
    is high — and listless or fatigued when it returns to normal
  • How many "salt-delivery devices" are you eating? Find out how
    salt makes your heart work harder
  • How losing just 10 pounds could save you the equivalent of one blood pressure medication
  • Alligator Annie: Dr. Crandall reveals how prayer worked when all
    else failed to drop this feisty little lady's blood pressure
  • Why living below your means can do wonders to bring down your blood pressure
  • Are you snoring or snorting at night? See how this could lead to hypertension
  • 2 types of high blood pressure (plus, how 90% of the time your doctor can't
    even tell you WHY you have it)
  • Why diet soda may raise your blood pressure significantly . . .
  • Could those "senior moments" actually have something to do with your blood pressure?
  • The little-known relationship between race and hypertension
  • How working overtime could be crushing your heart
  • Why eating nuts is good for your cholesterol and triglycerides
    (and even lowers your risk of diabetes)
  • Plus, 10 super foods you should include in your diet for optimal heart health
  • And much, much more

Claim Your FREE High Blood Pressure Report Today!

May We Rush You This Special Report
Today at No Charge?

We've set aside your FREE Report, 8 Steps to Reducing High Blood Pressure.

But we didn't stop there.

You'll also get a 3-month trial subscription to Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report for a Symptom, Drug & Stress Free Life (a $13.50 value).

Dr. Crandall has literally put his own heart and soul into his Heart Health Report.

Each monthly newsletter contains an easy-to-read discussion about a major heart health issue.

In writing about these topics, Dr. Crandall draws on the latest studies and most advanced thinking when it comes to heart disease.

He firmly believes that there is a time for both conventional and non-conventional treatments — and he'll give you the best of both worlds.

You'll have information at your fingertips you can use NOW to . . .

Prevent Heart Disease
From Ruining Your Life

Each issue will have a section of Quick Takes: Tips for Better Heart Health Now — action-oriented tips about promising new treatments, effective medications, the use of supplements, along with dietary and exercise considerations for your heart health.

Then Dr. Crandall will respond to your questions about heart concerns. In fact, he looks forward to receiving your correspondence and offering as much advice and support as possible.

He considers each report your opportunity to enjoy a 'virtual visit' with a cardiologist.

Plus, every newsletter will also include a Heart Health Case History of the Month. These case studies will showcase a story of one of Dr. Crandall's patients, detailing how making changes to your life can radically improve your own heart health.

Heart disease may not only deplete your health, it can also eat away at your spirit.

Dr. Crandall wants you to see that there is hope. Even if you've already been told you have heart disease, you'll find that you have much to live for.

Plus, there's another benefit.

This publication can help you prevent new or further heart disease — and help save you money on office visits, unnecessary medication, and other expenses of medical care.

And don't worry.

We Take the Risk — You Don't . . .

At your leisure, read over your FREE report and your FREE 3 issues of Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report.

Take the information you discover to help yourself and those you care about.

And if you're not delighted with the practical heart-saving information you find in each and every report, just let me know.

You're under no obligation to continue with the subscription.

Either way, you can keep any issues you've received with our thanks, just for giving Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report a try. How's that for fair?

But that's not all.

I wanted to make this offer too hard to resist. So I'm also going to offer you a very special bonus!

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Heart Rate Monitor Smart WatchNot when you can grab it here through this special link for just $7.95 (plus a small shipping fee). Plus, have it conveniently delivered to your door.

Heart Rate Monitor Smart Watch

An average normal heart beats from 60 to 100 times per minute at rest.

Do you know what your heart does at rest — and during exercise? If you want to ensure your optimal health, you really should.

Finally, monitoring your heart rate is as simple as wearing a watch!

Without the use of a chest strap or feeling uncomfortably attached to any wires, this unique watch allows you to check your own heart rate and calculate calories burned — with just a slight touch of your finger.

Whether you're walking, playing golf or tennis, or just relaxing, your Heart Rate Monitor Watch makes it easy for you to know what your heart is doing. Plus — now you can make sure you're not overdoing it.

It looks like a sport watch (so no one will suspect you're conservatively monitoring your long-term health) . . .

And despite the high-tech benefits, this watch is as simple to use as 1-2-3.

First, along with setting time and date, you enter in your age, weight, and sex. This information is stored in the watch's memory.

Second, when you begin exercising, you simply start the watch's internal counter.

And third — when you finish, you simply stop the counter, press SET, and touch the sensor once lightly.

Based on your preset information, the time on the counter, and your heart rate, your watch will tell you how many calories you burned during your workout. It's that easy . . .

And of course, you'll receive a complete instruction manual with the watch.

Plus, additional features of your Heart Rate Monitor Watch include:

  • Time and date
  • Daily alarm and hourly chime
  • LCD screen display
  • Chronograph (stop watch) with split lap time
  • Pulse mode to check your pulse at any time
  • Water resistant up to 30 meters (feel free to swim with it)
  • Stainless steel back
  • Battery included

Best of all, while the Heart Rate Monitor Watch sells all day long for $49.95, you'll only pay $7.95!

Yes — you'll receive your Heart Rate Monitor Watch for only $7.95 along with your FREE report, 8 Steps to Reducing High Blood Pressure (just pay our small standard $4.95 shipping and handling fee).

Also, you will receive a 3-month trial subscription to Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report.

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Regardless, you owe it to yourself and to those who love you to avoid "white coat syndrome" and other heart ailments that could devastate your health.

Make Dr. Crandall a regular part of your health team and grab your free gifts, too.

With your heart health in mind,

Your Friends at Newsmax Health


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Yes, send my Heart Rate Monitor Watch at the discounted price of only $7.95 (plus $4.95 for shipping and handling) along with my FREE report, 8 Steps to Reducing High Blood Pressure. Also, please begin my 3-month trial subscription to Dr. Crandall's Heart Health Report.

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