Yours FREE:

The Johns Hopkins Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol

A FREE guide from Johns Hopkins' specialists on how to reduce your cholesterol.

Plus, get your FREE Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts delivered straight to your Inbox!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)




We value your privacy and will NEVER rent your email address to anyone.

Dear Friend,

If you or somebody you love needs to reduce cholesterol, this is a pretty simple proposition:

Would you like FREE information on how to reduce cholesterol sent directly to you from Johns Hopkins, ranked #1 of America's Best Hospitals?

As you probably already know, a high level of blood cholesterol is considered to be a leading risk factor for heart disease and heart attack. In fact, an estimated 65 million Americans should reduce cholesterol, and fully 35 million of them should be taking cholesterol-lowering medications. Of the 15 million Americans taking statin drugs to reduce cholesterol, most of them are actually taking doses too small to help them meet their optimal cholesterol levels.

Surviving dangerously high cholesterol is largely a matter of information and education. Johns Hopkins has been ranked #1 of America's Best Hospitals for 19 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report. So if you're serious about your efforts to reduce cholesterol, and would like to have the considerable resources and expertise of Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease at your service, simply click on the button below.

Yes! Send me my FREE Special Report on how to reduce cholesterol, and FREE subscription to Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)




We'll send you your FREE copy of Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol and immediately start your FREE subscription to The Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts. The Heart Health Alerts—delivered via email—are packed with information on how to reduce cholesterol, and other vital tips on improving your heart health.

You may already be familiar with some of the medications (statin drugs) designed to reduce cholesterol, including: Crestor, Lescol, Lipitor, Mevacor, Pravachol, and Zocor. But do you understand the science and medical research behind these cholesterol-lowering drugs? Do you understand what statins can mean for you. . . personally?

Understanding your level of cholesterol is the key to helping you reduce cholesterol in your blood. Crestor, Lescol, Lipitor, Mevacor, Pravachol, Zocor or other statin drugs may provide enormous help, but the most important thing is knowledge.

That's what Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol can provide for YOU.

This FREE Special Report, authored by leading doctors and scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine, is packed with practical, easy-to-understand information that will help you reduce cholesterol. With the right information, you have a much better chance of maintaining optimal health and preventing a heart attack.

And all you have to do to obtain this vital, life-saving information is ask for it!

Yes! Send me my FREE Special Report on how to reduce cholesterol, and FREE subscription to Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)




Nobody has done more to reduce cholesterol than the doctors and scientists at Johns Hopkins. Years of research have revealed that—although drug therapy is highly effective in most cases—there's a lot more to lowering cholesterol than taking a handful of pills every morning.

Believe it or not, ADDING certain fats to your diet can be a great way to help REDUCE cholesterol. Your FREE Special Report will clearly explain the science behind that remarkable fact.

Likewise, eating certain foods—also revealed in your FREE Special Report Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol—can also help you reduce cholesterol levels.

Amazingly, high levels of certain kinds of cholesterol can significantly LOWER your heart attack risk. But how do you raise those "good" levels, while lowering the "bad" cholesterol levels? Look to your FREE Special Report for clear, practical guidelines.

When the levels of cholesterol in your blood are extremely high, even large doses of the statin drugs mentioned (Crestor, Lescol, Lipitor, Mevacor, Pravachol, Zocor, and others) can't make the problem vanish. In addition, high doses of these statins can cause troubling side effects. Your FREE Special Report Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol introduces you to the concept of "combo therapy," which puts two or more low-dose medications together to reduce cholesterol without resorting to the high levels of medicine that can cause unpleasant side effects.

Take control of your health—NOW!

Because you're reading this, it's probably safe to assume that you or someone you care about has a problem with high cholesterol or some other heart-related health issue. You are certainly not alone in this. As we mentioned earlier, millions of Americans have similar problems.

You, however, stand out from the vast majority of high-cholesterol sufferers because you are obviously seeking answers and making a serious effort to learn as much as you can to lower your cholesterol.

That's why we are offering you Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol FREE.

Yes! Send me my FREE Special Report on how to reduce cholesterol, and FREE subscription to Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)




Please don't hesitate to take advantage of this FREE Special Report, AND our FREE subscription to The Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts. This is a rare opportunity to tap into the expertise and research available of myself and my esteemed colleague, Dr. Roger S. Blumenthal, Director of Johns Hopkins' Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease. Completely FREE.

This is quite literally a matter of life and death. Wouldn't it be absolutely tragic to miss a chance to improve your health, lower your cholesterol, help reduce other heart health risk factors, and live a longer and happier life?

Of course it would. . . but that is NOT going to happen to you, because you are poised at this very moment to receive the information you need to make a huge difference in your health and longevity.

After you've received your free copy of Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol, you will probably want to see more of what Johns Hopkins Medicine can do for your and your cardiovascular health.

That information is available to you right now. Simply accept our FREE gifts and give yourself and your loved ones access to a veritable library of information and tips regarding heart health . . . with a special focus on avoiding heart attacks.

That's right, for just the few seconds it takes to enter your email address, you could gain a lifetime of benefit. You will not only have a chance to read the Special Report Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol absolutely FREE, you will ALSO receive Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts directly in your email box, AND be informed of other Johns Hopkins Special Reports on heart health as they are published.

Why not accept this invaluable FREE offer NOW?

Yes! Send me my FREE Special Report on how to reduce cholesterol, and FREE subscription to Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)




It's true. . . the most important tool in preventing heart disease and heart attacks is practical, reliable information from a trusted source, that you can apply immediately in your daily life. You need facts, not fads. We're pleased that you've chosen to avail yourself of the cutting-edge information only Johns Hopkins Medicine can provide, and we wish you the best of luck in your efforts to achieve vibrant good health.

We look forward to hearing from you now so we can send your FREE copy of Seven Keys to Reduce Cholesterol and your FREE Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts! Request your FREE Special Report and Alerts TODAY by simply taking a moment to fill in your email address, and take your first steps to reducing your cholesterol, and increasing your control over your heart health.

Sincerely,

Dr. Simeon Margolis

Simeon Margolis, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Medicine and Biological Chemistry
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

PS. In case you are still not sure if you would benefit from FREE Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts, here's what we've covered in past issues:

  • Detecting and Treating Heart Disease in Women
  • How Not to Have a Heart Attack
  • Increasing the Odds of Surviving a Heart Attack

Don't miss another issue of The Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts. Sign up for your FREE subscription TODAY!

Yes! Send me my FREE Special Report on how to reduce cholesterol, and FREE subscription to Johns Hopkins Heart Health Alerts!

Enter your email address in the box below and click SEND:
(Example: yourname@domain.com)





About Johns Hopkins Health Alerts | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Medical Disclaimer