Linus Pauling Therapy - reported to reverse blocked arteries and lower blood pressure.
Reports are that this system generally works well in arteries with blockages up to 60%.
We recommend "Heart Plus Veg Caps" from Cell Nutritionals
as it has the correct blend in one capsule.
Dr Linus Pauling recommended taking 5 grams of Lysine a day to remove plaque from artery walls so ..
take two capsules 10 times a day, spread out over the day.
Each capsule contains...
Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP)
EECP is a nonsurgical treatment, approved by the United States FDA, that uses pressure when the heart is at rest,
to open up the blood vessels around the heart (and other organs).
Symptoms are improved, and as suggested by research, this may also be due to the growth of new blood vessels.
Athletes also use this therapy to enhance their stamina.
Lower Blood Pressure by relaxing arteries with nitric oxide production.
We recommend L-arginine Plus from
as it has a unique blend of nutrients that we find effective.
To be taken twice a day on an empty stomach between meals.
Mercury toxicity should be evaluated in any patient with hypertension, coronary heart disease, cerebral vascular disease, cerebrovascular
accident, or other vascular disease. Specific testing for acute and chronic toxicity and total body burden using hair, toenail, urine,
and serum should be performed.
Houston MC. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Saint Thomas Hospital, Nashville, TN, USA.
Role of mercury toxicity in hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and stroke.
J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2011 Aug;13(8):621-7. doi: 10.1111/j.1751-7176.2011.00489.x. Epub 2011 Jul 11.
Link to Abstract
Fluoride levels higher in patients with Cardiovascular Disease
Li Y, Berenji GR, Shaba WF, Tafti B, Yevdayev E, Dadparvar S.
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles, California 90073, USA.
Association of vascular fluoride uptake with vascular calcification and coronary artery disease.
Nucl Med Commun. 2012 Jan;33(1):14-20.
Link to Abstract
High Cholesterol reduces risk of death
Dr Hisako Tsuki of Kansai Medical University in Japan, presented data in a recent edition (27th June 2011) of the Archives of Internal Medicine,
for risk of stroke at different levels of cholesterol in more than 16,500 people followed for about a decade.
The results showed that the higher someone's cholesterol was, the lower their risk of death due to cardiovascular disease.
In those with the highest cholesterol, risk of death was 58 per cent lower than those in the lowest cholesterol band.
Tsuji H. Low serum cholesterol level and increased ischemic stroke mortality.
Archives of Internal Medicine. 2011;171(12):1121-1123
Link to Abstract
What really causes heart disease then?
Read up on the science behind the real cause of heart disease by Dr Jeffrey Dach MD Download PDF Document
Download the document "One Pharmacists View of Coronary Heart Disease"
By Mike Ciell, R.Ph Download PDF Document
Reducing Animal Fat (or any fat) in the diet, proven not to effect risk of heart disease, stroke or death.
Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia, recently published (6th July 2011), a huge analysis of 48 studies,
from 1965 to 2009, on the effects of reducing or modifying dietary fat, for preventing cardiovascular disease.
(Modifying dietary fat means replacing saturated (animal) fats with plant oils and unsaturated spreads)
They found that of 71,795 participants of who 4,292 died, that reducing or modifying dietary fat had no effect on mortality.
They found that of 65,978 participants of who 1,407 died of a cardiovascular event,
that reducing or modifying dietary fat had no effect on cardiovascular mortality.
Now here is the tricky bit, because the authors then claimed that they had found proof of a reduction of non-fatal
cardiovascular events, due to the reduction or modification of dietary fat. However they failed to summarise,
that they also included studies with other interventions, like giving nutritional supplements to the treated group.
When these studies are removed and only studies where reduction or modification of dietary fat is included,
we find that there was no reduction in cardiovascular events due to the reduction or modification of dietary fat.
In summary we can say that current medical advice to reduce animal fat (or any fat) in the diet is no longer valid and has
proven to have no effect on the risk of stroke, heart attack or death.