Contributed by John Hewlett, Founder and Formulator of Cardio Miracle

What a year 2020 has been!

Without Cardio Miracle’s many benefits, I don’t think I could have made it through the year.  You can learn more about these benefits at:

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Four hundred years ago, the Pilgrims must have been thinking the same thing as they began life anew in a strange land. 

A Christmas letter to relatives back in England might have read like this: 

Dear Family and Friends,

Merry Christmas, but what a year 1620 has been!

We moved a couple of times this year, so note our new address:  Plimoth Plantation, Pawtuxet, America.  It doesn’t matter if you spell it “Plymouth” – the mail will get to us somehow.  We look forward to your cards and letters!  

Things didn’t go well in the Netherlands these last 10 years or more – it wasn’t all tulips and windmills – so we returned to London earlier this year and took advantage of an opportunity to invest in a stock company that would finance our move to America. 

After numerous delays we set sail in late August on two shipsthe Mayflower and the Speedwell.  Ninety of us were on the Mayflower; 30 of us on the Speedwell.  Ironically named, the Speedwell was neither speedy nor seaworthy.  After trying to make repairs at sea, the Speedwell had to return to port in England. Most of its passengers joined us aboard the already cramped Mayflower.

I’m not going to mask my feelings – the lack of social distancing was appalling!  To make matters worse, we encountered stormy weather and rough seas that made the voyage longer than planned and took us off course. We finally made land in November after a 66-day voyage.  As you know, we planned to move to the Virginia Colony, but we’re making the most of this place. 

While all of us got sick and weak on the voyage, with most of us suffering from either scurvy or pneumonia or both, many of our group have died since arriving and I expect more will die before Spring arrives because Winter looks bleak. 

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You wouldn’t believe the food we eat.  We feel blessed when we find food buried by the natives because we arrived too late in the year to plant any crops. I’ve never had so much salty food in my life – my blood pressure is probably off the charts. I’m not getting much fiber, and I’m worried about my heart attack and stroke risk. 

The doctor here wants to bleed me and use this new leech therapy, but I think I need something to supplement my meager diet and stimulate my nitric oxide production.

There is so much work to be done in getting ready for Winter, but my energy level isn’t what it used to be.  I pray each night for a miracle! 

This colony is sadly lacking in infrastructure and get this:  there is literally no WiFi!  It would be so great if we could just press a button like this one:


and have the finest quality supplement delivered to our hut that would support our compromised immune systems with vitamin D, help us eliminate the scurvy with vitamin C, and stimulate our nitric oxide production to improve our blood flow, increase our energy, and support our general well-being.  What a world that would be!   

I hope this letter gets to you in the next couple of months; mail service is sadly lacking in the New World.  I wish we could just zoom through space and enjoy seeing each other’s faces and talk for a few minutes.  What a world that would be – LOL!   

Notwithstanding our many challenges, we are blessed to be here in the New World and enjoy the freedoms we’ve sacrificed to obtain. More than anything, I’m grateful that our family has survived the year. I’m looking forward to 1621 with hope for a bountiful harvest and thanksgiving!

Love to all back home,
Mary Chilton (BTW, I was the first woman to disembark the Mayflower!)

As challenging as 2020 has been, we’re blessed to live in the 21st century rather than face the challenges of establishing a new life in a new land in 1620.  We take for granted the ability to go to a supermarket.  We complain about having to wear a mask for the few minutes we’re shopping.  We live in circumstances that royalty of 17th century England didn’t enjoy.  We can’t live a day or two without the technological advances that could never have been imagined 50 years ago let alone 400 years ago.   We take for granted the medical advances of the last 400 years that make us the healthiest, longest living generation in history. Yet we still have needs in 2020 to enable us to live healthy, active, productive lives. 

Our mission at Cardio Miracle is to help fill that need by providing you with a supplement brimming with 50+ natural ingredients to naturally stimulate your body’s production of nitric oxide, called by many the “miracle molecule.”  

The necessity and the benefits of nitric oxide are being increasingly recognized by the scientific community.  These benefits include:

  • Enhancement of memory, cognitive, and brain function;
  • Reduction of skeletal and muscular pain;
  • Widening of arteries and capillaries for increased blood flow;
  • Increasing energy;
  • Diminishing atherosclerosis and plaque formation;
  • Lowering blood pressure and LDL cholesterol;
  • Helping to regulate insulin production;
  • Improving kidney function;
  • Improving periodontal health;
  • Improving sexual health and libido; and
  • Boosting exercise performance, endurance, and recovery time.

You can learn more about these benefits at:

If you try Cardio Miracle, I’m confident you’ll notice a difference in your health and well-being.  And isn’t good heath one of life’s greatest blessings?


I love to sing and socialize, and this Thanksgiving season I’ve missed gathering with family and neighbors on Sundays and singing one of my favorite hymns – Prayer of Thanksgiving:

We gather together to ask the Lord’s blessing;
He chastens and hastens His will to make known;
The wicked oppressing now cease from distressing.
Sing praises to his name; He forgets not his own.

Beside us to guide us, our God with us joining,
Ordaining, maintaining his kingdom divine;
So from the beginning the fight we were winning;
Thou, Lord, wast at our side, all glory be thine!

We all do extol thee, thou leader triumphant,
And pray that thou still our defender will be.
Let thy congregation escape tribulation;
Thy name be ever praised! O, Lord, make us free!

These lyrics are especially poignant in 2020 as we’ve been prevented from gathering in traditional Thanksgiving fashion.  We’ve just been through a long and divisive political season. We don’t know what the future will bring, but I’m ever hopeful that this Prayer of Thanksgiving will resonate with each of you this season and that you’ll remember that the Christmas season truly begins with Thanksgiving!