Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Common questions about heart disease.

What is the fundamental underlying cause of ALL heart disease?
The primary cause of ALL cardiovascular disease is hypoascorbemia, which is a lack of ascorbate (buffered mineral C). When your body does not have enough ascorbate, the endothelial layer of arteries develops subclinical scurvy, which are tiny cracks in the arteries and starts to bleed. To compensate, your body creates Lipoprotein (a) to plug the cracks. Then, fibrinogen attaches to the plugged up crack and forms, what looks like, a net over the injured area of the artery. This net starts collecting the "junk" that is floating around in your blood, like lead, cadmium, aluminum, mercury (from vaccinations), triglycerides, etc. Next, the bad calcium, like pasteurized dairy products and calcium carbonate, hardens all the "junk". Now you have a plaque build-up. The "junk" can also come from Trans fats and undigested food.

The primary cause of a heart attack is a clot, but if the blood vessels were not narrowed and clogged by plaque, the clots would be harmless. Plaque and retarded blood speed are the underlying causes of almost 1,000,000 heart deaths in the United States annually.

What are the warning signs for heart disease?
The primary warning sign of heart disease is high blood pressure (hypertension). Cardiovascular disease is caused by plaque and a clot breaking loose and clogging the artery, or a spontaneously and unexplained formation of a clot. Hypertension is another build-up of plaque, but instead of in the arteries, it is in the kidneys.

What do heart disease and strokes have in common?
Heart disease is caused by a build-up of plaque; so are strokes. There are two types of strokes, systemic (blockage) and hemorrhagic (bursting of blood vessel). Strokes, heart disease, hypertension...all of these fall under cardiovascular disease. Heart attacks are caused by a clot in the heart, strokes are caused by a clot in the brain.

How can you build muscle while cleaning arteries?
In 1994, the "molecule of the year" went to nitric oxide. Dr. Louis Ignarro received a Nobel Prize in 1998 for his work with nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is the new supplement that professional athletes have been using to build muscle. This is also one of the main components for cleaning plaque out of artery walls and lowering high blood pressure. Nitric oxide is a vasodilator, which opens up blood vessels and increases circulation. More oxygen to the muscles means a better workout and faster recovery time.

How can all heart disease be eliminated?
Get rid of the plaque in your body. Undigested food enters the blood stream and attaches to the build-ups in blood vessels, since we cook all of the digestive enzymes out of our food. Adding digestive enzymes when you eat anything helps to break your food down so it can be digested properly and avoid extra "junk" roaming around in your blood.

Nitric oxide, from L-Arginine and L-Citruline, is a vasodilator, so it opens up the blood vessels, increases circulation, and helps to cleanse arteries. Dr. Louis Ignarro won a Noble Prize in 1998 for his work with nitric oxide and it's uses, ranging from heart disease, to cancer, to impotence.
Bioavailable calcium, good calcium, also helps to clean artery walls, along with the correct blend of essential fatty acids. This combination of amino acids, oils, and enzymes may do wonders to assist with the hundreds of thousands of deaths that occur EACH YEAR from cardiovascular disease in the United States alone.

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