Ten years ago, cardiologist Steven Sinatra, M.D., and I came together to write a book called The Great Cholesterol Myth, which, as you can imagine, was a pretty controversial name for a book. It landed us on the Dr. Oz show where I said, “Trying to reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering your LDL cholesterol is like trying to reduce the calories on your whopper by taking off the lettuce.”
That statement is even truer today than it was a decade ago.
So if you want authentic versions of the best supplements sold in America, what should you do?
Glad you asked.
Emerson now offers an online pharmacy called WELLEVATE, on which patients can now order any products in the Emerson catalog. All you have to do is sign up under the name of a health professional (MD, PhD, ND, etc) who already has a clinical/professional account.
Did you ever wonder why apple slices start to turn brown when you leave them out on the picnic table?
Or why unprotected metal left outside will start to rust?
Here’s the reason: free radical damage.