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Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Elizabeth Driedger

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Winkler, Manitoba – While surgery is always considered a last resort, this conservative approach is virtually non-existent when it comes to prescription medication. Physicians are often too quick to prescribe pharmaceuticals when there are natural supplements that have been proven remarkably effective.

“There are a lot more people out there looking for alternatives,” says Elizabeth Driedger. “Prescription medicines have a place in this world, but they also bring complications.”

Driedger is a registered massage therapist and distributor of Synergy Worldwide’s Proargi-9, an essential amino acid that’s been shown to help prevent hypertension and improve cardiac performance. Recommended by many osteopaths, naturopaths, chiropractors and massage therapists, Proargi-9 improves blood flow to the heart, the muscles, the brain and even the reproductive organs.

“If your circulatory system is operating properly and blood is flowing everywhere it needs to go, the rest of your body is going to follow suit,” says Driedger.

Driedger was introduced to Proargi-9 at the Synergy Worldwide Conference in Salt Lake City, UT. Her husband had been suffering from severe heart problems. Cruelly, on her way back from the hospital, Driedger suffered a stroke in the airport.

This was two years ago. Today, Driedger has restored her health and continues to use Proargi-9 to help prevent a future stroke.

“I didn’t realize I had health problems,” recalls Driedger. “Using Proargi-9, the difference is remarkable. It’s reduced my cholesterol, normalized my blood pressure and my glucose levels are where they’re supposed to be. I’ve got energy. And my husband’s circulation and cardiac performance have greatly improved. It’s done tremendous things for our family.”