FACT: Inflammation increases your risk of suffering a brain or heart attack by twice as much as having high cholesterol.

(Atherosclerosis:  the build-up of plaque in the arteries along with its complications, begins with chronic inflammation somewhere in the body *1.)

Source: The American Heart Association *2,3,4.

According to the American Heart Association’s 2003 Heart and Stroke Statistical Update, almost 62,000,000 Americans suffer from stroke, which has remained as the #1 killer in the U.S. *5 for more than 90 years. That means every year the number of people whose lives are ruined by inflammation is increasing!

Will YOU be among the estimated 62,000,000 people who get a stroke in the coming New Year?

Perhaps a better question to ask is this:

Why should you (or a loved one) risk having chronic inflammation . . . while so many others are able to successfully protect themselves naturally?

The bottom line is this: Why do some people get inflammation attacks . . . and some don’t?

The answer to that question is revealed in a startling new video titled “The Silent Killer . . . ”
Click Here to watch "Silent Killer" video
Here’s why you must watch this exclusive and shocking video: Whichever medical treatment you or a loved one might choose to use . . .

==> Whether it be conventional medical approaches such as surgeries, antibiotics or drugs; or

==> Alternative healing approaches such as herbs, food support supplements or homeopathy . . .

New research indicates an infection – possibly one caused by a bacteria or a virus – might contribute to or even cause inflammatory heart disease.

. . . Viral infections, can almost NEVER be stopped unless you heal the underlying root cause. Truth is the real cause is NOT what you think.

In fact the “real cause” of chronic inflammatory and pain attacks are also something that most doctors don’t even know about.

You owe it to yourself to watch this eye-opening video about a dramatically extraordinary approach to health that is not available anywhere else. You can watch it by going to this link:

The Silent Killer . . . Video

About one third into this groundbreaking video presentation, you’ll witness a shocking revelation that will convince you of ONE THING that is most crucial to the total recovery of a person who suffers from inflammation and pain attacks.

This will make your heart pound with excitement because it also shows one major reason why sickness caused by viruses, bacteria and parasites often recur- and how YOU can help prevent inflammatory dis-ease from recurring and possible save your life or the life of someone near and dear to you.

Mid-point in the video, a phenomenon which has fascinated and intrigued many medical doctors, scientists and health practitioners is explained and . . . and this will make you realize why most conventional treatments DON’T work at all — and how a “almost forgotten,”  but simple solution does to make your immune system bullet proof, stop pain attacks and even slow the aging process.

Once you watch this video, you’ll be one of the first to know about this revolutionary self-healing technique that has been scientifically proven — and how countless people have experienced healing from the ravages of viruses, bacterium and parasites, as well as other so-called inflammatory illnesses I’m not allowed to mention.

Watch this video by going to the following webpage now . . .

The Silent Killer . . . Video

. . . Don’t forget to forward this special link to everyone you know. After all, everyone knows someone who suffers from infections, inflammation and pain.

Yours for excellent health,

Joe Barton
Founder & CEO
Barton Publishing Inc.

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1. Black PH, Garbutt LD. Stress, infl ammation and cardiovascular disease. J PsychosomRes. 2002;52(1):1-23. Review.
2. http://www.americanheart.org/downloadable/heart/1043429236960hc0303000499.pdf
3. Tracy RP. Inflammation in cardiovascular disease. Circulation. 1998;97:2000-2002.
4. Ross R. Atherosclerosis: an inflammatory disease. N Engl J Med. 1999;340:115-126
5. Feigin VL (2005). “Stroke epidemiology in the developing world”. Lancet 365 (9478): 2160-1. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(05)66755-4. PMID 15978910.