HEART

 

A THEORY OF HEART DISEASE Pauling Therapy Explained

“That atherosclerotic plaques deposit in response to injury is accepted. The confusion in the media is cause and effect. The fallacy is that cholesterol causes heart disease, but plaque build-ups are the effect of heart disease. Our understanding of the arterial healing process comes, in part, from research that led to the 1985 Nobel Prize in Medicine. ” read more…

 

The Scurvy – Heart Disease Connection

“On May 4, 2002, Matthias Rath, M.D. world renowned scientist and physician gave a landmark scientific presentation at Stanford Medical School in Palo Alto, California, on the possibility to eradicate cardiovascular disease.” read more…

 

The Ultimate Drug For Heart Disease

“Physical exertion and emotional stress can be lethal triggers for heart attacks among sedentary cardiac patients who have a history of heart disease. Unlike factors commonly associated with the development of coronary heart disease such as cigarette smoking, lack of exercise, work stress, anxiety and depression, heart attack triggers are very different.” read more…

 

Cod Liver Oil – Number One Superfood

“One concern about taking cod liver oil is the presence of contaminantsheavy metals (such as mercury, cadmium and lead), PCBs and so forth. Fortunately, consumers need not worry when it comes to cod liver oil. All cod liver oils in the US must be tested according to protocols of the Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC) and approved free of detectable levels of 32 contaminants before they can be imported into this country. Furthermore, mercury is water soluble. It may be present in the flesh of fish, but it is not present in the oil.” read more…

 

Getting Tested for CRP May Save Your Life

“Having high cholesterol and high blood pressure may not be the only culpritsbehind impaired heart health. According to findings, high levels ofa protein known as CRP (C-reactive protein) have been found to increaseone’s risk of heart disease. In fact, studies have suggested the higherthe CRP level, the greater the risk.” read more…

 

Vitamin E, Heart Disease, and Mortality

“In 2003, during a keynote address to the dietary-supplement industry titled “Challenges, Solutions, & Inspirations,” I spoke on how the results from clinical studies will be used to adversely affect the public’s appreciation for natural products. The two primary examples that I gave were studies with echinacea using less than ideal preparations and studies on the effect of Vitamin E in cardiovascular disease.” read more…

 

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