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A man is as old as his arteries (Dr. Thomas Sydenham, 1680)
Atherosclerosis: A Quick Overview
Atherosclerosis (ath"er-o-skleh-RO'sis) usually shows NO SYMPTOMS and may not be diagnosed - until serious complications occur; and bypass surgery is NOT a cure.
The term “atherosclerosis” is often used to indicate any of the forms of "arteriosclerosis” - a disease characterized by hardening and thickening of artery walls.
In this common degenerative disease of the arteries fatty material, called “atheromas” or plaques, is deposited in the wall of arteries, narrowing the arteries and eventually restricting the blood flow; hence its name: atherosclerosis.
Prior to complications, atherosclerosis may be noted by the presence of a "bruit" (a whooshing or blowing sound heard over the artery with a stethoscope). The affected area may also have a decreased pulse.
Standard Medical Testing:
Standard medical tests that indicate atherosclerosis and/or its complications include:
Ankle/Brachial Index, or ABI, measuring an abnormal difference between the blood pressure of the ankle and arm.
A Doppler study of the affected area.
Ultrasonic Duplex scanning
A CT or "CAT" scan - a specialized form of X-ray of the affected area.
Magnetic resonance arteriography (MRA).
An arteriography of the affected area.
An intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) of the affected vessels.
The common consequences of atherosclerosis include:
Coronary artery disease (atherosclerosis of arteries to the heart); due to obstruction (ischemia), the blood supply to the heart is insufficient, resulting in angina, or chest pain.
Heart attack or myocardial infarction.
Stroke and/or transient ischemic attack (TIA) - a "light stroke," mini-stroke, or brain attack.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) - insufficient blood supply to the legs and feet due to obstruction.
Damage to the kidneys and other organs.
Atherosclerosis and obstruction of bypass grafts and stents (restenosis).
Standard Medical Treatments:
Standard medical treatments and techniques for atherosclerosis include:
Prescription medications - mainly to reduce fats (triglycerides) and cholesterol in your blood the risk of clot formation.
Balloon angioplasty - to flatten plaque and increase the blood flow past the deposits by opening the arteries of the heart and other arteries in the body.
Stenting, usually following angioplasty - to keep the artery open by implanting a small metal device inside the artery.
Endarterectomy - to surgically remove atheromatous deposits or blockage in the arteries (the inner layer); it is carried out by separating the plaque from the arterial wall, that is by removing the inner layer of an artery when thickened and atheromatous or occluded (as by intimal plaques).
A bypass graft – to create a bridge that by-passes the blocked section of the artery by using a normal artery or vein from the patient.
Standard Medical Treatments: A Quick Glossary
Angioplasty is the technique of mechanically widening narrowed or obstructed arteries as a result of atherosclerosis. An empty and collapsed balloon on a guide wire (a balloon catheter) is passed into the narrowed locations and then inflated to a fixed size using water pressures some 75 to 500 times normal blood pressure (6 to 20 atmospheres).
The balloon crushes the fatty deposits, opening up the blood vessel for improved flow, and the balloon is then deflated and withdrawn. A stent may or may not be inserted at the time of ballooning to ensure the vessel remains open.
Angioplasty has come to include all manner of vascular interventions that are typically performed in a minimally invasive or percutaneous (non-skalpel) method.
Coronary angioplasty - a common name of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is a therapeutic procedure to treat the stenotic (narrowed) coronary arteries of the heart found in coronary heart disease (the first coronary angioplasty on a waking patient was performed in 1977).
Peripheral angioplasty (PA) - the use of a balloon to open a blood vessel outside the coronary arteries. It is commonly done to treat atherosclerotic narrowings of the abdomen, leg and renal arteries. PA can also be done to treat narrowings in veins.
Renal artery angioplasty - a common name of percutaneous transluminal renal angioplasty PTRA) is the non-surgical treatment of atherosclerotic obstruction of the renal artery. Unfortunately, renal artery stenosis can lead to hypertension and loss of renal function.
Endarterectomy - a surgical procedure often applied to the carotid artery of the neck as a way to reduce the risk of stroke, particularly when the carotid artery is narrowed by more than 70 percent. It involves removing the innermost layers of a narrowed artery. However, a carotid endarterectomy may itself cause a stroke at the time of operation.
It was first performed on a superficial femoral artery in 1946. In 1951 - on the abdominal aorta; the same year, successfully - on the carotid artery.
Stents - small expandable "tubes", usually made of metal mesh, and commonly called heart, cardiac or coronary stents; they are used in patients with coronary heart disease during angioplasty to open narrowed arteries and help reduce symptoms such as chest pain (angina), or to help treat a heart attack.
Unlike coronary artery bypass surgery, stenting is considered minimally invasive. Patients experience significantly less discomfort and a shorter recovery time than those who undergo surgery.
But stenting isn't risk-free. Sometimes, a blood clot can form in the stent and cause a sudden renarrowing or even a complete blockage.
Besides, any manipulation of an artery (whether with a balloon or stent) can result in some injury to the blood vessel wall, especially the endothelium (the innermost layer of an artery). So scar tissue can also form within the stented area, resulting in renarrowing over a period of months. This process is called restenosis.
If restenosis develops, another stent procedure can often be used to solve the problem. In some patients whose stented arteries reclose, coronary artery bypass surgery may be necessary.
Vascular Bypass - a surgical creation of an alternate or additional route for blood flow, e.g. in coronary artery, by moving blood vessels or implanting synthetic tubing. Vessels frequently used for the bypass are large veins taken from the patient's leg. There are many types of bypass surgery:
Coronary Artery Bypass - a heart bypass surgery performed when the arteries that bring blood to the heart muscle (coronary arteries) become clogged by plaque leading to a chest pain and, eventually, a heart attack. Bypass surgery is NOT a cure for cardiovascular disease (!) Therefore, the lifestyle changes are recommended, such as quitting smoking, changing diet, getting regular exercise, and lowering stress.
Cerebral Artery Bypass - a procedure performed to reroute blood flow around a blocked or damaged artery to improve or restore blood flow to an oxygen-deprived (ischemic) area of the brain.
Peripheral Artery Bypass - a procedure performed on peripheral artery with occlusive disease. For example, if the femoral artery is occluded, a femoral-popliteal bypass might be used.
Multiple Bypass - a procedure when several arteries are blocked and thus several bypasses are needed. The possible patient's risks include being overweight and diabetic.
"Cut or Medicate" Treatments: The Dissapointing Results
Too many people die or end up in a nursing home due to complications from bypass surgery. In fact, far fewer people benefit from it than originally thought.
Standard medical methods of treating atherosclerosis attempt to remove plaque from plugged arteries. None of them, however, treat the cause of the problem.
They focus on reducing the effects of the plaque after it has built up -- not on eliminating the factors which created the buildup in the the first place.
Besides, all "cut or medicate" treatments carry with them the possible risks, the side effects and after effects, and the serious costs (in effort, time and money).
For example, in the vast majority of cases, bypass - quite an amazing piece of surgery! - is a classic example of traditional medicine being:
too late and
not treating the cause of the problem.
Too many people die or end up in a nursing home due to complications from this procedure. In fact, far fewer people benefit from it than originally thought.
The surgeon only repairs about two (2) inches of the diseased blood vessels, usually recommending drugs to lower cholesterol and, eventually, sending you to a dietician, who is equally clueless.
Among the drugs prescribed, cholesterol-lowering (statin) drugs are known for their disappointing results. Instead of washing the fatty plaques off the walls, as expected, these drugs create problems.
On the other hand, even people at risk, or with diseased arteries, are reluctant to change their lifestyle and eating habits! "It's not so easy!" - they cry. Well, old habits die hard - so do we!
However, today, far less scepticism exists in medical circles about the atherosclerosis prevention and control offered by nutrition than a few years ago.
The conventional medical establishment has long ridiculed nutritional supplementation, but for the first time, a 1998 editorial in the New England Journal of Medicine encouraged the use of dietary supplements to reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease
Atherosclerosis: The Orthomolecular Approach
According to orthomolecular nutrition, suboptimal levels of certain nutrients and substances can cause health issues beyond simple deficiency, so balancing them is an integral part of the maintenance of our health.
Orthomolecular nutrition is a complementary and alternative approach to maintaining health through optimal or optimized nutritional supplementation, as opposed to strictly dietary nutrition which is, generally, inadequate in maintaining the body's homeostasis (internal equilibrium).
The term ("orthomolecular") was coined by Linus Pauling to mean "the right molecules in the right amounts" (ortho is for "right" in Greek).
Often referred to as megavitamin therapy, the orthomolecular practice uses doses of vitamins and minerals many times higher than the standard recommended Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) - a system of nutrition recommendations from the American Institute of Medicine largely based - according to some experts - upon the very lowest rank in the quality of evidence pyramid.
However, orthomolecular practitioners may use a variety of other treatment modalities, including dietary restriction and/or mega-doses of non-vitamin nutrients.
Orthomolecular nutrition focuses on using the right nutritional molecules in the right amounts for the individual or for his/her particular health condition often related and/or caused by nutritional imbalances or deficiencies.
It should be noted that vitamins and nutrients are also used in mainstream medicine, for example, to treat dyslipidemia - an elevation of lipids in the blood (e.g. cholesterol and/or triglycerides).
The scientific and medical consensus, however, is that the broad claims of efficacy by advocates of orthomolecular nutrition are "not adequately tested as drug therapies."
On the other hand, medical research and studies - sometimes conflicting and leaving consumers confused - about the therapeutic use of nutrients have been published in mainstream sources; and vitamins and other nutrients are being used in conventional medicine as treatments for some diseases.
Arterial Cleansing: The Nutritional Revascularization
We have done our best to avoid most of the medical and non-medical mumbo jumbo that typically makes the explanation of alternative therapies confusing to most people; however, some special and technical terms here and there were unavoidable.
The nutritional arterial cleansing is aimed at reducing fatty plaques (atheromas) in the cardiovascular system, especially in the arteries nutritionally. In accordance with orthomolecular nutrition, it involves taking large amounts of synergistic nutrients accompanied by necessary dietary and lifestyle changes.
When this specific mega-combination comes into contact with the bloodstream, it reaches the inflamed arteries which have been injured by oxidative free radicals. (These free radicals are present in excessive amounts in the body, mainly due to past or present dietary and lifestyle indiscretions.)
The primary purpose of this method is to initiate self-healing processes in the innermost part of arterial lining (endothelium). In this way, over a period of time the accumulated buildup of fatty plaques in damaged arteries begins gradually to cease.
Does It Work?!
People, who think that micronutrients, vitamins and anti-oxidants are not necessary and that optimum nutrition is not important, state that arterial cleansing does not work. They just don't want to learn!
What about the results - not only heard about, but also seen and experienced by people who have underdone the arterial cleansing?
The idea of the nutritional arterial cleansing originated in the late 1970s in the United States. An American doctor, a chiropractor by training, came up with a concept of "oral chelation" and started using his own nutritional formula. Thanks to that formulation, a number of people with cardiovascular problems began experiencing an improvement in symptoms.
Since then, the nutritional arterial cleansing has a history of success in addressing cardiovascular health problems, reversing the catastrophic effects of atherosclerosis in the heart, the lower extremities, and even in the brain. Its subsequent use by hundreds of thousands of people verifies the efficacy of this therapy. What is more important, there has not been a single reported fatality due to the nutritional arterial cleansing itself.
Users of the nutritional arterial cleansing formula have seen many conditions related to atherosclerosis improve. At present, excellent results have been reported with:
coronary heart disease,
angina pectoris (chest pain),
high blood pressure,
intermittent claudication (leg pains due to impaired circulation),
penile arterial dysfunction (ED), even
migraine and other vascular headaches.
As poor circulation due to atherosclerosis is involved in these conditions, the nutritional arterial cleansing formula has consistently demonstrated a significant improvement of:
systemic circulation as evidenced by positive changes in skin color and arterial pulsation/temperature in the feet,
blood lipid levels, such as triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, lipoprotein (a) or Lp(a) for short
Most of people on the nutritional arterial cleansing also report increased energy and improved tactile sense (sense of touch).
Therefore, those who state that the nutritional arterial cleansing does not work should answer the following question: "How can you explain the results seen in multitudes of people over the years?"
The nutritional arterial cleansing should be considered when there are very first signs of a decreased blood supply and/or a presence of arterial plaque. Please keep in mind though that if you are 50 years old, there is a high probability (68% in women, 82% in men) of atherosclerosis already present in your arteries, even if you are asymptomatic, that is showing no symptoms (The Lancet 2013).
The efficacy of the nutritional arterial cleansing varies from person to person and, generally, is based upon three factors:
the process of a particular condition,
the degree of severity of that condition in the individual, and
the participant's cooperation in completing the arterial cleansing.
The last factor - the cooperation of the participant - should not be taken lightly. An intensive therapeutic diet and nutritional schedule also need to be implemented, as well as a definite exercise program. A complete change in the lifestyle habits of the participant is expected as it makes the nutritional arterial cleansing program - the subsequent improvement in arterial circulation, complete.
What Is the Success Rate?
It is difficult to accurately predict the extent of this method's success in any specific case. Its efficacy depends on many factors, including an overall health status of a participant, existing and/or pre-existing medical condition/s, the main organs' function, such as of the liver, kidneys, lungs, ect.
very good to excellent results occur in about 80 percent of participants,
satisfactory to good improvement shows an additional 15 percent of participants,
little or no evidence of improvement shows 5 percent of the cases.
As this is a self-help program, a participant's evaluation prior to the nutritional arterial cleansing is not always needed. However, most of those who decide to give this approach a serious try have had some kind of evaluation done by their physicians, i.e. cholesterol and triglyceride levels, plethysmography, Doppler ultrasound, EKG, cardiac output evaluation, etc.
The golden age bracket for the nutritional arterial cleansing begins in the late thirties and extends into the eighties and nineties. Even the oldest participants - over ninety - can obtain good results.
Existing evidence indicates - not absolutely but with a very high order of probability - that the nutritional arterial cleansing can halt and reverse the atherosclerotic processes in the body.
However, the nutritional arterial cleansing is most effective as a preventive measure. It should be realized that in a large percentage of cases - approximately 50 percent - the first symptom of cardiovascular disease is a fatal heart attack. But this need not be, because atherosclerosis is both preventable and, in most cases, reversible.
As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. This is absolutely true in case of all degenerative diseases, including atherosclerosis.
Is It Safe?
The answer is an unequivocal "Yes!" And please note that all medical therapies always include some degree of risk. Just the opposite is true with nutritional supplements. They are safe and, generally, produce no so-called side effects. However, if the initial intake of the nutritional arterial cleansing formula is too high, it can cause in some participants certain discomfort, usually infrequent and transient, often due to a suboptimal liver and/or kidney function. This is minimal and hardly worth considering when compared to the catastrophic and death-dealing effects of doing nothing, and the consequent severe heart attacks or strokes which inevitably follow.
Unfortunately, from time to time, you may come across "medical opinions" questioning, for example, the safety of reversing atherosclerosis:
"Evidence presented shows that calcified plaques may be reversible. This reversal appears to result in the destruction and dissolution of the lipid-rich scaffolding of fibrous tissue, and leads to the formation of a central core structureless that, in time, may lead to the formation of a necrotic, atheromatous core."
Dissemination of opinions like this one keeps only scaring people away, many of them intelligent and educated, which is a real pity. How doctors can find a cure for atherosclerosis, if they are afraid of... reversing it?! No wonder cardiovascular disease has been killing mostly people in high income countries.
By talking about the "destruction and dissolution" of atheromas, this hypothetical opinion refers to arterial plaque as "calcified (...) lipid-rich scaffolding of fibrous tissue" which is, in fact, rather mechanistic and simplistic view of atheromas.
This conjecture is also a perfect example of a typical medical mind-set completely excluding other modalities of atherosclerosis treatment. That's why you may sometimes hear about the medical profession as a self-centered and arrogant field...
First of all, nutrients in dietary supplements do not "destruct" anything, atheromas included! Why? Because, by definition, they nourish (never destruct!) and heal - a characteristic which is not true for any medicine. For this reason, the nutritional arterial cleansing both helps make the plaques disappear and prevents the "formation of a necrotic, atheromatous core" That's how our body works - by nourishing and healing in order to maintain homeostasis and prevent any damage to it.
That's why a "medicinal cure" cannot be made by drugs! "Because a drug adds nothing to nutrition," as noted - rightly so - Dr. J. H. Tilden, M.D.
What happens to atheromas then? Through a subtle, complex and nutritionally induced biochemical action, first, they are being safely - gently and completely "digested," then, gradually and continuously removed by the excretory system along with all metabolic waste via the kidneys, liver, bile, large intestine, skin and the sweat glands.
What about that "formation of a necrotic, atheromatous core"? Huh? Oh, nothing! Simply, it does not happen during the nutritional arterial cleansing.
In the body, the self-healing process is a vital and constantly occurring function which plays a major role in the control of our everyday bodily functions, including the cardiovascular system. However, we must constantly fuel our body right, properly and effectively for it cannot run on empty for too long...
Atherosclerosis: The Results of a Cross-Sectional Study
If you are 50 years old, there is a high probability of atherosclerosis already present in your arteries, even if you are showing no symptoms.
While debating on the nutritional arterial cleansing, please consider the results of a cross-sectional study of 650 asymptomatic people, presenting no symptoms of the cardiovascular disease.
Whole body computerized tomography (CT) scanning has revealed that atherosclerosis, as defined by the presence of calcification in at least one (1) of five (5) arterial beds, was present in:
all men by age of 60 and
all women by 70 years.
Calcification present in arterial beds (walls) included:
carotid arteries - blood vessels carrying oxygen-rich blood to the head, brain and face, located on each side of the neck (you can easily feel them by placing your fingers gently either side of your windpipe);
coronary arteries - blood vessels and their branches supplying all parts of the heart muscle:
right coronary artery (RCA) supplying blood to the right atrium, right ventricle (right large heart chamber that collects and expels blood received from the atrium), bottom portion of the left ventricle and back of the septum;
left coronary artery - divided into two branches:
the circumflex artery supplying blood to the left atrium and the side and back of the left ventricle (left large heart chamber that collects and expels blood received from the atrium),
the left anterior descending artery (LAD) supplying blood to the front and bottom of the left ventricle and the front of the septum (stout wall separating the ventricles from one another);
proximal and distal aorta - the main artery originating from the left ventricle of the heart; shaped like a candy cane with the curved part toward the head (the ascending aorta, about 5 cm/2.0 in. in length) and the straight part pointing down to the abdomen (the descending aorta, the largest artery in the body);
common iliac arteries - two branches of the abdominal aorta serving the pelvis and eventually legs (as the femoral arteries).
By age of 50 years, atherosclerosis was present in all five (5) arterial walls (beds) in:
82 percent of men and
68 percent of women.
Please keep in mind that these are the findings published in the medical journals - not in some "alternative magazines" critical of the medical establishment and drug industry.
Thompson Randall et al. Atherosclerosis across 4000 years of human history: the Horus study of four ancient populations. The Lancet 2013;381:1211-1222.
Allison MA, Criqui MH, Wright CM. Patterns and risk factors for systemic calcified atherosclerosis. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2004;24:331-336.
"It is not who is right, but what is right, that is of importance." (Thomas Huxley)
If you knew a solution to reducing your spouse's or best friend's risk of a heart attack or stroke without the need for drugs or surgery - wouldn't you want to tell the world?
Of course you would! And so do I.
However, according to the National Academy of Sciences, it could take decades for natural supplements to reach mainstream doctors and hospitals.
It could also take endless years for the National Institutes of Health in Washington D.C., to complete their testing process and confirm what nutritionists have known for years: Dietary supplements do work!
I am not saying there's a conspiracy. It's just how the medical system works. If this is a natural product, you can't patent it... If you can't patent it, you can't mark it up for mega-profits...
The nutritional formula for arterial cleansing, or rather, arterial self-cleansing, is a time-tested, orthomolecular formulation of selected micronutrients that are:
natural and essential to the body,
brought together in special balanced ratios and significant amounts,
helping the body maximize their utilization and, therefore,
correcting longer standing multiple-micronutrient deficiencies and imbalances that are known to contribute to buildup of arterial plaque.
According orthomolecular nutrition, if the right building blocks (micronutrients) are present in the body in the right amounts and at the right time the body will:
protect the arteries against free radical damage (antioxidant properties),
reduce the blood platelet aggregation (by increasing prostacyclin production),
keep the blood slippery (but not thinner!) enough to have it flowing more freely and being less likely to clump up and form blood clots, causing a heart attack or stroke.
By supporting all the important links in the nutritional chain and supplying the body with ample amounts of free radical scavenging nutrients, the nutritional arterial cleansing formula helps to:
prevent and reduce the arterial endothelial cell injury and
improve the endothelial function.
Thanks to its high concentration of selected micronutrients, the nutritional formula for arterial self-cleansing helps to:
remove plaque from plugged arteries and, therefore,
reduce the effects of the plaque buildup by addressing the cause of the problem, that is by eliminating the factors which created the buildup in the first place.
Such a comprehensive, targeted nutrient-dense supplementation creates a "detergent-like" action in the entire circulatory system, enabling the body to emulsify and wash - gradually and safely - atherosclerotic artery-clogging deposits away. One of its mechanisms of action is to improve fibrinolysis - the body's processes of breaking down (dissolving) blood clots, thus preventing them from growing and becoming problematic.
In other words, the nutritional arterial self-cleansing process does NO pull away "chunks of plaque" that could plug up the arteries further downstream! Thanks to the emulsifiers present in the formula, such as choline and methionine, the plaques are kept in solution and then scrubbed away gently and gradually, and most importantly - safely.
Thousands of people have proven the efficacy of this approach. And there has not been a single reported harm done by using the nutritional arterial self-cleansing geared to eradicating atherosclerosis, rather than relieving its symptoms.
"If this arterial cleansing, as you call it, is so good, why my doctor doesn't know about it? Why don't we see it on television?... Why this is not being taught in medical schools?..."
That is what sets the nutritional revascularization apart from conventional, standard medical treatments; hence, the question we hear over and over again like an old broken record: Why the nutritional arterial cleansing isn't being done!?
Well, it's rather a naive presumption that "whatever is good should be known, publicized or taught." And the answer to this question is quite obvious: the mainstream medical mind-set is not interested in an integrative approach to disease. As a result, most doctors don't care to discuss anything other than their own methods of treatment. And your doctor, by the way, most probably doesn't know much - and often doesn't even want to know - about orthomolecular nutrition.
By the very same fact of pronouncing atherosclerosis incurable, medical establishment completely excluded other modalities of its treatment. No wonder then, that many doctors keep warning their patients not to take matters into their own hands as atherosclerosis cannot be staved off by the nutritional means, for example. According to official medical authorities, unconventional and non-standard modalities for atherosclerosis are mainly exercise in futility. And anybody who claims otherwise is being considered a quack, a purveyor of pseudoscience promoting a questionable idea along with questionable products, if any. Sad, but true.
Maybe someday, hopefully soon, they will reconsider their position on this matter and become more open to complementary and alternative therapies. In the meantime, we will continue to present the nutritional supplementation protocol for the individuals at risk of, afflicted or endangered by atherosclerosis to help them halt the progression of this serious, life-threatening condition and, therefore, substantially reduce their need for surgery and/or widely prescribed medications that mainly alleviate the symptoms, and may prompt multiple side effects.
And we sincerely hope that it will not be the voice of one crying out in the wilderness...
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Arterial Cleansing: Take Your Health Into Your Own Hands
Don't give in, don't give up!
As contrary to standard medicine, atherosclerotic processes in the cardiovascular system can be halted and/or reversed nutritionally, arterial cleansing can be of great benefit to you. You can win this battle and you can get well again.
What sets it apart from conventional medical methods is that the nutritional arterial cleansing - by keeping atherosclerotic plaques in solution - helps to amulsify and wash them away safely and gradually. In other words, the nutritional method does NOT pull away "chunks of plaque" that could plug up the arteries further downstream!
Because, by definition, dietary supplements nourish and heal (never destruct!) - a characteristic which is not true for any medicine. It's no wonder, then, the nutritional arterial cleansing helps make the plaques disappear and, at the same time, prevents formation of new atheromas. That's how the body functions and works - by nourishing and healing itself in order to maintain homeostasis and prevent any damage to it.
So if you or a loved one is dealing with this atherosclerosis, it certainly can't hurt to add therapeutic levels of cardioprotective nutrients to your daily regimen.
As soon as you begin improving the flow of oxygen-dense and nutrients-dense blood in the entire cardiovascular tree, you will start experiencing, almost immediately - literally, within weeks ! - such positive changes as:
reduction of shaking/trembling in hands, and tingling in hands and/or feet, if any;
improved mental alertness, cognition and memory;
less need for sleep;
better vision, and even
better skin tone, resulting in a younger look.
The nutritional arterial cleansing - believe it or not! - can even help you improve your functional age (not the same as chronological age!) by adding more active years to your life.
First of all, however, the nutritional arterial cleansing can help you control the atherosclerosis risk factors, such as:
high blood levels of
complications of diabetes.
The nutritional arterial cleansing can help you avoid such consequences of atherosclerosis as:
coronary artery disease (leading to angina, heart attack, heart failure),
carotid artery disease (leading to stroke),
peripheral artery disease (pain in the lower limbs on walking, typically in the calf muscle, a condition called intermittent claudication, leading to foot gangrene and/or amputation),
restenosis (obstruction of bypass grafts and stents),
erectile dysfunction (in men),
mesentric ischemia (inadequate blood supply to the small intestine).
The nutritional arterial cleansing can help you avoid the risks of standard medical treatments such as:
vascular bypass (coronary, cerebral, peripheral),
The nutritional arterial cleansing can complement or - in some cases - even replace the invtravenous (IV) chelation therapy. It may also help cut your dependence on medications such as anti-cholesterol drugs, aspirin, blood thinners, diuretics, nitroglycerin, etc.
The nutritional arterial cleansing can also help rejuvenate arteries and prevent their premature aging. As the joy of life depends on a sound cardiovascular system, with the arterial cleansing formula and its long list of health benefits you have nothing to lose - and your arterial health to gain.
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