Heart Disease is Reversible
Nutrient based deficiencies caused by genetic mutation, aging, cancer and statin-type drugs can cause a decrease of CoQ10 in serum (blood) and/or tissue. The amount of CoQ10 found in the diet is not significant enough to increase CoQ10 in the blood. Significant increase in the blood requires supplementation of a minimum of 100 mg of CoQ10 per day and a maximum dosage of 1200 mg of CoQ10 per day.
Heart Disease Repaired
An excerpt from an article of the National Academy of Science states, “Therapy with CoQ10 can result in increasing and even normalizing the myocardial levels of CoQ10…. Therapy with CoQ10 can result in a profound increase both in cardiac function and in the quality of life of a failing cardiac patient. Cardiomyopathy (any disease that affects the structure and function of the heart) can be substantially, but not solely, a consequence of a deficiency of CoQ10.”
The belief is that coronary heart disease (CHD) is caused by eating too much beef, fish, chicken, eggs, real butter, real milk and other energy rich fatty foods. This strongly held belief is fundamentally flawed and plagued by junk science and scientifically unexplainable observations.
The fact is, 40% of people with CHD have no known risk factors as promoted by allopathic medicine whatsoever.
What is acutely causing coronary heart disease? Could it be deficiencies of co-enzyme Q-10, vanadium and other key nutrient deficiencies? These nutritional deficiencies encourage biological deficiencies and impair the immune system which in turn allows microbial poisons to run rampant throughout the coronary vascular system.
The fact that atherosclerotic plaques (hardening of arteries) contain cholesterol does not necessarily support the lipid hypothesis presented by allopathic doctors. Recent work has shown that much of the cholesterol in plaque is not derived from the blood, but is synthesized by arterial cells located in the liver and gut (intestine). Thus the concept that cholesterol travels from the food to the blood and then sticks to the arteries like glue is not born by our current science of the methodology of how hardening of arteries occurs.
Cells produce and desperately need cholesterol but the supply of cholesterol is not a continuous chain of production inside a healthy living cell. The liver and the gut also produce cholesterol in an excess amount that is then transported to the needy cells that are deficient of this energy rich nutrient, the bloodstream being the medium for transportation.
Does a Low Fat, Low Cholesterol Diet Increase Death Rates?
Cholesterol is needed to stabilize cell membranes and is essential to sustain human life. Fats and oils are needed to sustain human life. Cholesterol is the precursor to all steroid hormones, in fact testosterone deficiency has been called the “primary event" initiating the synergistic process involving insulin resistance, diabetes, myocardial infarction (heart attacks) and stroke.
levels independently predict the likelihood of developing diabetes, and restoring depleted levels has been shown to improve insulin resistance. Cholesterol is the precursor to oil soluble vitamins such as A, E & D. These three vitamins are good examples of anti-carcinogenic fats nutrients.
Some of the most nutritious foods are raw egg and liver. Key nutrients are destroyed with heat when these foods are cooked in which the body will have to remake the nutrient instead of getting it directly. In this case, the body needlessly expends energy to reclaim vitamins and other non-essential nutrients that the body cannot synthesis.
The anti-fat/anti-cholesterol campaign has demonized eggs and liver to name a few foods for decades without any sound evidence they cause disease! Diseases such as heart disease and Alzheimer’s are a direct result of malnutrition that could be averted eating a healthy diet which contains these foods.
Other Factors For High Cholesterol
Research has demonstrated that when deficiencies of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) are present in blood plasma, increases in cholesterol and decreases in high density lipoprotein cholesterol are observed. Ascorbic acid is an important cofactor for the hydroxylation of proline & lysine, two amino acids necessary for the cross linking of collagen and elastin. Collagen & elastin are important structural components of vessel walls that allow the vessel wall to expand and flex, in contrast to vessels that split and rupture, i.e., isometric stroke.
Statin Drugs Cause Deficiencies
Heart Disease can be described loosely as damage to the heart, arteries, or vessels or a mechanical disorder called hypertension which can lead to a stroke. Statin drugs are drugs that lower cholesterol. One disease/deficiency that statin drugs creates is Rhabdomyolysis, the impaired production of CoQ10. Just 30 minutes after taking natural or synthetic statin drugs, CoQ10 deficiency can be observed in the liver, heart and kidneys.
Welcome the domino effect. CoQ10 deficiency creates an ATP deficiency; ATP deficiencies have been shown to trigger heart attacks. Four women and 13 men with an average age of 46 were tested for ATP deficiency. Clinical heart failure was demonstrated when their ATP levels fell below 25% of normal concentration.
Protecting and sustaining your heart is vital to a long healthy life. BioAnue Heart Mender is a natural product that repairs and maintains heart health without the use of dangerous, Big-Pharma drugs. In contrast to advice of allopathic doctors, eat a diet rich in protein, greens, enzymes and minerals with little carbohydrates.
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*Statin Drugs in the US include: Lipitor, Torvast, Lipobay, Baycol, Lescol, Mevacor, Altocor, Mevastatin (red yeast rice), Livalo, Pitava, Pravachol, Selektine, Lipostat, Crestor, Zocor, and Lipex.