Heparin and synthetic heparinoids have to be administered parenterally to assure clinical efficacy.
Nutritional Support for patients with
Tachyarrhythmia, Hypertension, Alzheimer's disease,
Cholinergic neurodegenerative conditions (i.e. toxic chemical exposure)
Thrombosis accounts for extraordinary morbidity and mortality, as well as high medical care costs.
Each canister of Beyond Chelation contains 30 packets of nutritive supplements designed for continued long term physical, mental, and cardiovascular support.
Do the tests your patients deserve, including platelet aggregation, VCAM. ICAM, fibrinogen, c-reactive protein, Homocysteine, CMV, intracellular magnesium, etc.
Each canister of Beyond Chelation contains 30 packets of nutritive supplements designed for continued long-term physical, mental, and cardiovascular support.
This information strongly suggests that current surgical approaches to cardiovascular disease are as misguided as removing your lung if you have pneumonia.
In any complex fluid - whether it's blood, ketchup, or paint - the thinner it is, the less work it takes to pump it.
On a average three Americans suffer a heart attack every minute of every day, totaling well over a million heart attacks each year.
The amount of calcium in bones is not effected by the removal of calcium in the arteries nor is it diminished by the use of EDTA chelation therapy.
Someone comes out of a heart checkup with a clean bill of health, and soon afterward has a severe or fatal heart attack.
The latest scientific research has created a new paradigm for treatment of cardiovascular disease, offering an exciting alternative to performing needless and futile operations.
Last year the American Heart Association reported the good news that the death rate from heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases had dropped 20 percent in the past decade.
Chelation is a marvelous means of restoring health in folks with heart and circulation problems.
Is surgery for the treatment of Heart Disease coming to an end?
Are we ready for a New Approach?
A prescription drug commonly prescribed for congestive heart failure is now responsible for an increased number of deaths.
Ninety-five percent of us are exposed to Chlamydia during our lives. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and Herpes (common retroviruses) have also been shown to be closely connected with heart attacks.
Oral EDTA provide a heparin like effect, preventing heart attacks and helping control the hypercoagulability we are finding in anyone that is really sick today.
Nattokinase is a potent fibrinolytic enzyme extracted and highly purified from a traditional Japanese food called Natto.
It seems as if a substance cannot be patented, even a 91% decrease in death rates from heart attacks, compared to anticipated norms, gets no attention.
The governemnt said today that millions of people who think they have healthy blood pressure do not.
Large doses of vitamin C can prevent illness by alleviating the body's normal response to stress, according to a scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Vulnerable plaque now allows us to comprehend why some people with little or no blockage can have a heart attack while others with almost completely blocked arteries may never experience any of the symptoms of cardiovascular disease.
Coumadin is totally inadequate for any real protection while starting things like Garlic, Ginkgo, Fish oil etc, all as found in Beyond Chelation Improved.
One of the central tenets of modern medicine is that the earlier your doctor can catch a disease, the better.
Red wine and garlic aren't the only dietary supplements that keep our hearts healthy.
At the age of 45, Ken Goldwyn learned that three of his coronary arteries were partly blocked. As Goldwyn lay on a gurney in a crowded hospital hallway in Boston following an angiogram, his cardiologist delivered a terse judgment: "You will require a triple bypass surgery—and you will require it within the next three weeks."
Garlic and its preparations have been widely recognized as agents for prevention and treatment of cardiovascular and other metabolic diseases, atherosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, thrombosis, hypertension and diabetes. Effectiveness of garlic in cardiovascular diseases was more encouraging
in experimental studies, which prompted several clinical trials
The landmark Heart Protection Study (Lancet 2002; 360:7–22) found benefit in treating subjects at high risk of a coronary event with simvastatin 40 mg daily, regardless
of baseline low-density lipoprotein cholesterol level and in all subgroups, including women and the elderly.
Researchers have found the first direct evidence that reducing inflammation in coronary arteries decreases the risk of heart attacks as powerfully as the conventional strategy of reducing cholesterol levels — a finding that offers a new approach to preventing heart disease.
Fibrin is a protein that forms in the blood after trauma or injury. This is essential to stop excess blood loss. There are more than twenty enzymes in the body that assist in clotting the blood, while only one that can break the clot down (plasmin). Bacteria, viruses, fungi and toxins present in the blood also trigger an inflammatory condition resulting
in excess cross-linked fibrin
Reducing the levels of a certain protein secreted by the body may be as powerful a tool in slowing heart disease and preventing heart attacks and cardiac-related death as lowering cholesterol, two teams of researchers are reporting today.
Eyeing some salmon or sardines in the grocery store, you may soon notice some not-very-snappy words on the labels, suggesting the contents may be good for you.
Two leading research groups independently reported today that lowering blood levels of a protein that promotes artery inflammation is just as important as reducing bad cholesterol for preventing heart attacks and strokes.
Garry Gordon, M.D., D.O., M.D.(H.) is a genius. Everyone
who knows him or has heard about him—and who has a shred of honesty—agrees on this. Some of his fiercest critics might not like doing so. But if they’re being honest, they will.
In findings that could change medical care for heart patients and spur a new wave of drug development, two research groups reported compelling new evidence in the effort to prevent heart attacks: Reducing levels of a protein known as CRP may be just as important as fighting cholesterol.