HEART & CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
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Heart disease accounts for half of all deaths in the United States. However, it is one of the most preventable chronic degenerative diseases. Previously, it was believed that heart disease was a result of high cholesterol levels.
Consequently, new research has shown that the presence of oxidized cholesterol in the blood stream is the culprit. Oxidized cholesterol enters the blood stream from processed foods, the metabolism of ingested animal products, from environmental pollutants (i.e. chlorine, fluoride or chlorinated pesticides), or by various stressors such as infections, traumas and emotional stress.
Many of these oxysterols reach people via the air-dried powdered milk and eggs used in processed foods and in fast food products. Scrambled eggs and hamburgers are known to produce oxysterols. Therosclerosis, in which the inner arterial walls harden and thicken due to fatty deposits, is a common precursor of heart disease. These plaques can block the arteries and interrupt blood flow to the organs they supply, including the heart and brain.
Atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries (the ones that supply the heart muscle itself), known as coronary heart disease, is one of the most common forms of heart disease in the United States. Recently, scientific studies have shown that calcium from synthetic sources, instead of from extracts of vegetables, causes plaque to adhere to arterial walls.
Although the first sign of heart disease can be a heart attack, some symptoms may be present before such an event takes place. These include shortness of breath, chest pain and/or left arm pain and mid-back pain.
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES BASED ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Essential Fatty Acid when the diet is supplemented with these Omega-3 acids, they help to lower homocysteine, which is a free radical generator capable of oxidizing cholesterol. Vitamins B6, B12 and Folic Acid-sufficient amounts of these in the diet also help to decrease homocysteine. Coenzyme Q10--This enzyme helps to strengthen the heart muscle and energize the cardiovascular system. It also aids in the protection against atherosclerosis as well as possesses antioxidant properties that may prevent the formation of oxysterols.
THE DR. HANNA INSTITUTE OFFERS NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT FOR HEART/CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
1) Getting Started
2) Cell Pure Pak 1 • Cell Pure Pak 2 • Starter Kit • Full Kit
Green Ambrosia contains essential and non-essential amino acids as well as Vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid.
3) Step 3, The Viscera Para-Therapy Pak 2
V-Pure for the Heart contains Coenzyme Q10. This formula also has L-arginine which supports a healthy cholesterol level.
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