Reversing Heart Disease
Reversing heart disease is possible. One must return the body to the natural
/ normal healthy state instead of the diseased state it has become. It takes years to achieve the diseased
state and will take some time to recover natural health. Pharmaceutical drugs such as, statins or blood
thinners DO NOT help to achieve health - they actually adversely affect your health. More and more studies
are coming out disputing the effectiveness of statins for prolonging life. Statins (and all pharmaceuticals)
actually destroy a bodies healthy state, adversely affecting all bodily systems and balance. Statins deplete
Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 levels essential to a healthy heart.
The Cause of Heart Disease
Inflammation, not cholesterol is the main cause of heart disease. Inflammation is the
body's reaction to injury, free radicals or illness. It's purpose is to concentrate blood flow to
mobilize the immune system to fight bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungus or any invader of the body or concentrate the
body' s healing ability to an injured area. There are many sources of inflamation that contribute to heart
Fibrin is produced in the body to initiate healing. Scabs and scar tissue are made of
fibrin. Fibrin seals off an injured area to prevent bleeding and initiate the repair of damaged
tissues. When fibrin's job is done, but the fibrin does not disolve, this contributes to sustained
Cholesterol is one of the body's tools for healing (good thing). It is when cholesterol is
oxidized by free radicals and/or calcified (hardened with the wrong form of calcium in the bloodstream) that
becomes a problem. Omega 6 oils contribute to inflamation and cholesterol plaque build-up.
Free Radicals and Heart Disease
Free radicals are unbalanced molecules (short of an electron) that attempt to achieve balance by
stealing electrons from other molecules (your cells). This causes oxidation (same as rust) to cells of the
body causing the cells to be damaged (less than perfect). When the lining of the arteries are damaged by free
radicals in the blood, the body attempts to repair the artery with a cholesterol patch. As free radicals
continue robbing electrons now from the cholesterol patches, they too become damaged and this sets the cycle of
Free radicals can be controlled with anti-oxidants. White tea contains catechins, quercetan,
kaempferol, chlorogenic acid, theanine, theobromine and theophylline which are potent antioxidants and/or fight
inflammation (white tea contains the least amount of flouride and aluminum found in all teas - white, green or
black teas). Many vitamins fight free radicals and have other benefits for heart health. Heart healthy
vitamins include A, B, C, D, E and K - yes, that is every vitamin, has heart health aspects to itself (natural
form vitamins only - not the big name useless chemical crap).
Magnesium and CoQ10 is especially crucial to heart health. Your heart needs enormous amounts of energy to
function properly - and CoQ10 is its main power supply. Consider this: if your heart’s CoQ10 levels were to
decline by 75 percent, it would stop beating. Statins deplete CoQ10 from the heart - very bad
Omega-3 fatty acids and specifically the lipid resolvin E1 component of fish oils (omega 3s)
has a powerful natural anti-inflamatory function in the human body. The lipid inhibited the migration of particular human immune cells and dramatically reduced
inflammation. This anti-inflamitory action is highly beneficial to many diseases, especially
Avoid drinking and bathing in chlorinated water. Chlorine is a strong free
radical source and has many negative health issues related to it. Showering in chlorinated water is worse
than drinking it. When showering, the entire skin's surface and the lungs are exposed to the chlorine in the
water and as a gas.
Vitamin C therapy can reverse years of accumulated damage to
- Avoid heart disease
- Break-open clogged arteries
- Repair life-long damage to arteries and blood vessel
- Drastically reduce your risk of heart attack and
- Dr. James Enstrom from the University of California studied
the vitamin intake of over 11,000 people for 10 years. He found that 300mg of vitamin C a day reduced
risk of heart disease by 50 percent in men and 40 percent in women. The test also revealed that a higher
intake of vitamin C boosted life expectancy by 6 years.
- Dr. Willis found that people taking 1,500mg of vitamin C a
day for 12 months reversed plaque while those who didn’t take vitamin C had worsening plaque.
- Dr. Tetsuji Yokoyama showed high levels of vitamin C are the
most important factor in determining whether people age 40 and over would suffer a stroke later in
So how does vitamin C protect you from heart disease and stroke?
Vitamin C increases the production of collagen, elastin and other “reinforcement molecules” which support
your blood vessels in the same way that iron rods support tall buildings. More collagen means more stability
for your 60,000-mile-long system of arteries, veins and capillaries.
When you lack vitamin C, cracks and lesions form in the walls of
your blood vessels. When blood vessels break down, arterial plaques fortify the weakness and “repair” the
But when these arterial plaques become too thick, they block the
flow of blood. A lack of blood to the heart triggers a heart attack – and a lack of blood to the brain causes
Vitamin C is essential for the prevention of dangerous plaque
buildup. Dr. Matthias Rath divided a group of guinea pigs into two groups. Guinea pigs are
one of the few animals that can’t make vitamin C. One group received the human equivalent of 60-mg of vitamin
C a day (this is the recommended daily allowance or RDA). The other group got 5,000-mg of vitamin C per
day. Otherwise, their diets were identical.
In just 5 weeks, the guinea pigs who received 60mg of vitamin C
per day developed significant plaque deposits – especially in areas around the heart. The arteries of those
who received 5,000mg of vitamin C per day were strong and clear without plaque.
The above study shows that the daily intake of 60mg recommended
by mainstream medicine is clearly not enough. Linus Pauling, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist who pioneered the theory of
vitamin C and heart disease took 18,000mg a day.
Based on my own experience, I recommend 3,000-mg per day if
you’re currently in good health. This will give you enough to produce the collagen required for strong
blood vessels and heart disease prevention.
The above vitamin C information is provided by Dr. Sears
Avoid unhealthy oils and fats - imbibe in the healthy oils and fats.
- Omega-3 fats - flaxseed, Chia / Salba seed, eggs, fish oil and DHA & EPA
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Extra virgin coconut oil
- GLA - Gamma-linolenic acid - borage oil
- CLA - Conjugated linolenic acid
The heart, like every other organ or tissue, down to the cellular level, requires nutrition
for proper functioning and repair. In addition to a natural multi-vitamin and multi-mineral, high levels of
the amino acid L-Arginine is extremely beneficial with a lesser quantity of the amino acid
citrulline. These amino acids increase growth hormone release, relax arterial walls for blood pressure
relief (via NO - Nitric Oxide) and a side benefit of being a natural ED (erectile dysfunction) drugless
option. OPC will counteract oxidation within the arteries preventing hardening of the arteries and preventing
blockages. Heart Nutrition - Accel
Other heart healthy vitamins and supplements are vitamins C, D, E (8
subtypes: four tocopherols and four tocotrienols). E vitamins are designated as alpha, beta, gamma and
delta for each type. Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 is an energy source for the heart. A person cannot live
without this vital nutrient. Flavonoids - quercetin, hesperidin, luteolin and kaempferol can lower
risk in heart patients.
Bacteria, Viruses and Heart Disease
Bacteria, viruses, yeasts and fungus (and/or any foreign bodily invader) can cause damage to the
lining of the arteries and set in motion the process of atherosclerosis. The same cycle occurs when the body
attempts to repair the injury or scarring to the arterial walls. When my elderly mother has her teeth cleaned
by the dentist, she is put on antibiotics 3 days before her teeth cleaning to prevent stress on her heart caused by
bacteria being introduced into her blood from the teeth cleaning (common knowledge in the dental and medical fields
- yet, you never hear it discussed as a factor in heart attacks) - myocardial infarction. Natural Anti-biotic/anti-viral/anti-fungal/anti-yeast
Stress and Heart Disease
Stress can severly influence our body's wellness and balance. In itself, it can unleash free
radicals, hamper the body's natural healing abilities and negatively affect every aspect of health. Stress
robs the body of energy that should be used for healing and repair of the body and instead, contributes to damaging
every system of the body. Stress unleashes adrenaline and cortisol (an adrenal steroid hormone) into the
bloodstream producing the same "fight or flight" demands on the body as if your life were in imminent danger.
Prolonged stress causes adrenal fatigue and weight gain, nervous system issues, depression,
anxiety, ulcers... - all bad for one's heart.
Stress Relief and Heart Disease
The ability to handle or control stress is vitally important to heart health and every aspect of
total health. Mindset, a healthy outlook and healthy perception of outside factors as they apply to oneself
is important. Many tools are helpful for stress relief and stress reduction. Exercise, yoga, deep
breathing, meditation and bio-feedback are the most effective stress relief tools available. A very effective
stress relief tool I use is a hardware/software solution that connects to your PC and provides instant bio-feedback
via a real EEG (electroencephalogram - brain wave meter). It is an easy to follow, guided session with proof
(EEG readout) that it is working. It is based on leading edge science and human psychology
for combating the effects of stress on the body , anxiety relief,
success and achievement and works amazingly. Just hook it up and follow along - it is
effortless, simple and produces positive results.
also see Digestive Enymes - The Most Important Nutrient?