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Posted by Walt Stoll on May 10, 2003 at 09:36:47:

Friends,

Certainly a more accurate list than that clung to by the Heart Association! Remember this the next time you are tempted to donate to that cause.

Where is cholesterol on this list? It is not there because it is likely the least important of the known susceptibility factors. CRP and hyperhomocysteinemia are a lot more important than cholesterol.

The Heart Association has known for at least 10 years that most heart attacks occur on Monday morning. Nothing has been done about that fact because, in my opinion, there is no money in doing something about it. If there was an anti-Monday Morning pill, that could only be available by prescription, EVERYBODY would already be on it. My guess is that it would cost about a dollar a pill and fifty dollars to get the doc to write the prescription.

Namaste`

Walt


Hi everyone,

I got this from Dr. Jerry Mittelman's newsletter... A nice
publication. Thanks Jerry for allowing the reprint!

7 Ways to Reduce Heart Disease
by Dr. Majid Ail
http://www.majidali.com

To reverse coronary artery disease, these 7 elements must be
understood clearly and kept in mind:

1. Most people die of heart attacks resulting from spasms of
coronary arteries caused by chronic anger and fear.

2. The heart arteries are not clogged as long as blood flowing
through them is free of microclots and microplaques.

3. The dangers of exposure to intense cold and the hazards of
environmental toxins must not go unrecognized and unaddressed.

4. If the guardian angel of the heart is the blood, then the
guardian angel of the blood is the bowel.

5. The nutritional villain of the heart is sugar, not cholesterol.

6. A hurt heart heals with heart-smart nutrients, not with blocker
drugs.

7. In acute situations, EDTA chelation therapy powerfully protects
the heart from spasm of arteries, prevents microclot formation, and
stabilizes cell membranes of heart cells. (which gives further
validation to homeopathic arnica & calendula!-Misty)

Be Well,
Misty
http://www.searching-alternatives.com




Re: Considering Coronary Causation (Archive.)

Posted by peterb on May 12, 2003 at 12:25:59:

In Reply to: Considering Coronary Causation (Archive.) posted by Walt Stoll on May 10, 2003 at 09:36:47:

studies show over-active insulin production (ie., high sugar intake) is linked to higher incidence of heart disease and possibly to cancer. its another reason to keep grains to a minimum in the diet and raise intake of complex carbs. also, coffee appears to raise cortisol levels, which means drinking a cup of coffee is like drinking a cup of stress. i'm somewhat suspicious of the few studies that seem to suggest coffee is of little or no consequence.

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