disease is the #1 killer in Western countries. In the United
States alone, more than 2,600 people die from it daily.
The incidence of heart disease is going up as well: in the
US, half a million people are diagnosed each year. These
are the sad statistics (John Hopkins Advanced Studies in
Medicine, JHASM, Jan. 2006). And this is despite the fact
that stronger pharmaceuticals are available and that more
money is spent to fight heart disease. This leads me to
the conclusion that either the methods for treating and
prevention heart disease are inadequate or the reasons for
the development of heart disease are misunderstood.
doctors consider the narrowing of vessels, either because
of atherosclerosis or blood clots, to be the main reason
for heart disease. Therefore, preventative measures include
treatment with medications aimed at reducing the synthesis
of cholesterol by the liver (statins) or blood thinners
(such as aspirin).
cardiovascular diseases is the so called "sudden heart
death," which unlike heart attacks, is caused not by
blocking blood vessels with clots, but by the interruption
of normal electrical impulses of the heart. Ninety-five
percent of these patients don't make it to the hospital
and they don't show any signs of heart disease prior to
heart disease, along with others, experts recommend diet
and exercise, "an almost ideal medication," according
to JHASM. However, only a small percentage of patients know
about the intricacies of eating and exercising right to
avoid heart attacks. But can people really avoid heart disease
and heart attacks with exercise?
on the above question differ. Some are convinced that the
answer is a resounding "yes" (Circulation, 1999),
while others think that it's a "no" (Am. Heart
J, 2002). But regardless of these discrepancies, patient
experience shows that exercise, which trains muscles and
increases endurance, lowers the risk for heart disease by
increasing the number of capillaries. Still, the incidence
of sudden heart death in young people and athletes seems
to provide evidence against this theory...
of the most dramatic incidents is the sudden heart death
of Charles Fleming. An autopsy showed edema of the young
sportsman's lungs. Later, the reason for Fleming's death
was discovered: he drank large amounts of diet coke, which
contained aspartame, a chemical that causes nerve damage,
heart arrhythmia and severe lung edema.
Fleming's case is a an exception, but numerous people drink
aspartame-containing products, including diabetics and heart
patients, without knowing that each sip damages their nervous
system, vessels, brain, pancreas and liver.
other demanding products are sugar, consumed in large amounts
in the USA, fat substitutes, such as margarine, and fat-free
products. When person eats food with fat artificially removed,
cell membranes in his tissue lose their elasticity, their
permeability and the ability to properly exchange ions,
which leads to the accumulation of fluid between cells,
damages electrical impulses of nerve pathways and causes
thrombosis in the vessels. This creates risk factors for
heart disease and death. Once you add drugs statins, blocking
the synthesis of cholesterol, the real role of which is
to fix cell membranes, heart disease becomes more likely.
Physicians' Health Study - which followed 2,200 male doctors
for 17 years - showed that those who ate fish once a week
decrease their risk of sudden heart death by 50% compared
to those who only ate it once a month (JAMA, 1998). The
Nurses' Health Study, which followed 85,000 women, showed
that eating fish once a week lowers the risk of a heart
attack by 30% (JAMA, 2005). Yet another study, the European
Study (1999) showed that fish oil has antiarrhythmic action
- stabilizing the heart - and antithrombotic effect - thinning
doctors rarely prescribe fish oil as an anticoagulant and
avoidance of fat substitutes instead of statins. However,
Sri Lanka, where natives eat coconut oil - blamed in the
United States for its saturated fat content - has the lowest
rate of heart disease. Is this a paradox or our misunderstang?..
Another important, yet little talked about factor in the
development of heart disease are the effects of toxic products
and air. Heavy metals and chemicals in our food, water,
and many medications block our bodily defense systems, lowering
antioxidant functions of tissue enzymes, which in turn worsens
the effects of the Western diet and leads to the development
of atherosclerosis. Even though every one knows about the
dangers of smoking, most people don't think that the air
we breathe contains small particles that enter the bloodstream,
damaging vessel walls and causing their inflammation and
narrowing (JAMA, Dec. 2005)
factor, also rarely considered by mainstream medicine, is
the prevalence of microorganisms in our everyday lives.
Back in 1908, Russian scientists induced atherosclerosis
with injections of staphylococcus. In 1933, Dr.Kling dubbed
atherosclerosis an infectious-toxic disease. In 1970s, scientists
determined that atherosclerosis can be caused by the herpes
virus. In the 80s, a similar theory appeared for helicobacter
and chlamydia. In 1990s, a study showed that 79% of atherosclerosis
plaques contained fragments of bacteria and fungi. And in
1998, researchers Kajander and Ciftcioglu discovered a microbacteria
in kidney stones that surrounded itself with calcified capsule.
The bacteria was named nanobacteria, since its size was
similar to nanometers. Currently, nanobac calcification
is considered one of the main problems in medicine, since
it's related to over half of our top disease killers
dangerous toxic accumulation of calcium has been discovered
in parts of the body where it shouldn't occur: inside the
skull with brain tumors or MS, in breast cancer, in the
prostate with prostatitis, along the spine with osteoarthritis,
in muscles with myositis, in joints with arthritis, in eyes
with cataracts and so on. Calcification with tiny bacteria
in it is also linked to the development of kidney and gallbladder
stones, aneurisms, Crohn's disease, strokes, ovarian tumors
and many other illnesses.
scientists discovered the bacterial DNA of the essential
part of most calcifications of human bodily systems (Acta
Patalogica, 2003). Research done at the Mayo Clinic (2005)
showed that these DNA and RNA particles, like prions, are
capable of multiplying.
These researches show that in many cases, atherosclerosis,
along with numerous other diseases can be treated with antibacterial
agents. Now, the role of C-reactive protein and homocysteine,
both of which indicate inflammation and used more and more
for diagnosing cardiovascular disease, becomes clear. If
cardiovascular troubles were caused exclusively by raised
cholesterol levels, then the inflammation would not be present.
quite possible that many diseases could be treated with
antibiotics, if doctors didn't already prescribe them to
every patient who merely mentions a cold and if pharmaceutical
companies didn't add them to antibacterial sprays and soaps
for every day use. This leads to bacterial resistance.
our own food and air and grow microorganisms capable of
withstanding antibacterial treatments. The results: cardiovascular
diseases are caused by toxins and microbes, which enter
our bloodstream through our environment, chemical substitutes
for natural foods, the lack of vitamins and essential fats
in our diets, hypodynamia, which lowers blood flow levels
and oxygenation of tissues. This is all made even worse
by improper breathing. It's time to recognize that without
addressing these factors we can't cure heart disease or
sudden heart death.
good news is that we already know how to prevent and treat
the above problems. We have proven non-invasive methods
for dissolving calcifications and improving blood flow to
vital organs, including the heart. For example, external
counterpulsation (ECP), improves peripheral blood flow in
organs and tissues. This helps not just relieve angina,
but in many cases, open coronary vessels without the need
for invasive procedures. In my practice, I offer patients
a special protocol designed to prevent and heal cardiovascular
diseases and atherosclerosis.
alternative non-invasive protocol for your heart health
detoxification and recovery of antioxidant reactions.
of toxins and heavy metals (mercury, lead, etc).
of the mineral balance. Break-up of calcifications
of bacterial overgrowth (special protocol using
live microbial cultures); thorough treatment using
anti-fungal injections and specific Nanobac testing
and antimicrobial therapy
of peripheral capillary blood flow (local far infrared
application; ECP, etc)
design, vitamin and herbal therapy
protocol takes time for it to work. But it doesn't have
contraindications or possible dangers of surgical procedures.
everything, the final choice is up to the patient. If you
decide that your heart deserves extraordinary care and the
best preventative measures, please come visit us.