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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions.
1. Will Clear Heart work for me?
With natural ingredients long known as a health remedy for all kinds of
heart and other associated troubles, Clear Heart is the ideal solution for all
your health needs. It keeps your heart healthy and is useful for everyone
above 40 years of age. If you have a family history of heart disease, or
already having issues with your heart, it is highly suggested to use this as a
daily drink in the morning on empty stomach. Even if you don’t have any
heart risks at this point, you can use this without any doubts as it is made of
natural ingredients without any side effects.


2. How long will the bottle last for me?
Based on the quantity you purchase, the longer use of the product is
dependent on the regularity of the use. If you are using a 450 ML bottle,
you can use it for about 22 days without any worry on regular basis with a daily dose of 2 tablespoons  (20 ML Daily ) with a one Cup Warm water. 

3. How long to use for the best result?
We have a huge list of happy customers, who have practically given the
best feedback within 30-40 days of use. Since it is a supplement drink, it can
be used for a long period to regularize the heart health. You would be
cured of all existing ailments within 6 month of regular use. Later you can
use it to maintain a hale and hearty lifestyle, without any future risks.


 4. How to buy Clear Heart Liquid?
Clear-Heart Liquid and Capsules is available in leading Medical, Chemist
store and Ayurvedic shops in Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh. Also there are many health related websites who have chosen to sell our product on through their outlets. Yet to rest assured of an original product, you can order online at
our website, www.clearheart.in and we will delivery at your door step free
home delivery in all over India.


 5. Is there any specific diet changes to be incorporated while using
Clear Heart Liquid drink?
As it is completely based on natural ingredients, it is suggested to take this
as the first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and wait for at least
30 minutes before consuming anything else such as tea, juice or breakfast.
Apart from this no other diet changes are required.


6. I am a diabetic patient. Can I use this product?
Being diabetic has nothing to worry with respect to using this product. As it
is 100 % based on natural ingredients, it would just act as an additional
supplement in your daily diet assuring a better heart health. You can take
this product along with your diabetic medication without any concern.
 
7. I am over-weight. Can I use this product?
Yes, you can use it without any doubt. Since it is based on natural
cholesterol inhibitors like Garlic, Ginger, honey and lemon, it naturally helps
you lose weight along with assuring a hale and hearty lifestyle.


8. What is the minimum dosage to be taken?
We suggest you to take a minimum of 20 ML per day with a glass of water,
as the first thing in the morning. If you are already having a few heart
troubles with high blood pressure and a weak heart, we recommend about
20 ML of the Clear Heart Liquid Drink each day.


9. Who should not take Clear Heart Liquid Drink?
Children and adolescents below the age of 18 years should not take this
drink. Also, pregnant and breast feeding mothers are suggested to avoid
this drink. If you are taking any other medication or undergoing a treatment,
take advice from your doctor before starting to use this product.


10. Any side effects associated with Clear Heart Liquid drink?
As stated, the product is based on 100% natural ingredients from organic
sources. It is formulated to aid existing heart patients and those who desire
to prevent future heart problems. There are no significant side effects over
a long term of use. However, it is recommended to use it as a regular drink
every 2 or 3 days if you are among the people who do not have any heart
problems.


 11. What is cholesterol?

A soft, waxy substance found among the lipids (fats) in the bloodstream
and in all your body’s cells. It’s an important part of a healthy body because
it’s used to form cell membranes, some hormones and is needed for other
functions. But a high level of cholesterol in the blood –
hypercholesterolemia – is a major risk factor for coronary heart disease,
which leads to heart attack.

 12. What is LDL and HDL cholesterol?
Cholesterol and other fats can’t dissolve in the blood. They have to be
transported to and from the cells by special carriers called lipoproteins.
There are several kinds, but the ones to focus on are low-density
lipoprotein (LDL) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL). Low-density
lipoprotein is the major cholesterol carrier in the blood. And about one-third
to one-fourth of blood cholesterol is carried by HDL.


13. Dangers of  high LDL cholesterol ?
If too much LDL cholesterol circulates in the blood, it can slowly build
up in the walls of the arteries feeding the heart and brain. Together with
other substances it can form plaque, a thick, hard deposit that can clog
those arteries. This condition is known as arthrosclerosis. The plaque if it
breaks away in piece and circulate in blood, or a clot (thrombus) that forms
near an existing plaque can block the blood flow to part of the heart muscle
and cause a heart attack. If it blocks the blood flow to part of the brain, a
stroke results.


14. Importance of having high HDL cholesterol
Medical experts think HDL tends to carry cholesterol away from the arteries
and back to the liver, where it’s passed from the body. Some experts
believe HDL removes excess cholesterol from plaques and thus slows their
growth. HDL cholesterol is known as “good” cholesterol because a high
HDL level seems to protect against heart attack. A low HDL cholesterol
level also may raise stroke risk.

15. What is Lp(a) cholesterol?
Lp(a) is a genetic variation of plasma LDL. A high level of Lp(a) is an
important risk factor for developing atherosclerosis prematurely. How an
increased Lp(a) contributes to heart disease isn’t clear. The lesions in
artery walls contain substances that may interact with Lp(a), leading to the
buildup of fatty deposits