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CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND TOXINS


Obtaining a specialty cardiologist, I learned to treat heart attacks and their complications. It was these critical moments that required making quick decisions and a little luck, and that was what attracted me most in the specialty of a cardiologist. Saving a life is an immediate and obvious result of treatment, and the joy associated with it is an incomparable feeling. Western medicine has amazing technologies to open the arteries and restore blood flow to the heart muscle. Angiogram, angioplasty and stenting have proven to be invaluable in situations where the question of life and death is being resolved.
Nevertheless, technological miracles alone, as well as careful preparation of cardiologists, are not enough. In the US, cardiovascular diseases remain the number one killer. We have not managed to reduce the mortality rate in this area. What are we missing? America is always looking for a criminal. We have already identified many of them. We call them risk factors. The more of them you have, the greater the likelihood of a blocked coronary artery, which can lead to a heart attack.
The classic risk factors are diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure, hereditary predisposition to heart attack and high cholesterol. There are other less known:
· High content of uric acid. Uric acid is a product of processing animal proteins, irritating the arteries and promoting the development of cardiovascular diseases. Acidity generally aggravates these diseases.
· High lipoprotein content. Lipoprotein is a type of fat found in the blood. It is even more than the bad cholesterol known to most people, contributes to clogged arteries.
· High homocysteine ​​content. Homocysteine ​​is a product of processing certain proteins. If the liver does not completely remove it from the body, it builds up and irritates the arteries.
The classic risk factors for cardiovascular diseases are diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure, hereditary predisposition to heart attack and high cholesterol

More recently, the medical community has come to realize that inflammation is the cause of most chronic diseases, especially coronary heart disease, or a factor contributing to their development. Several years ago, articles on this topic began to appear in medical journals. In one of them, evidence was given of the existence of a link between gingival inflammation and tooth decay, on the one hand, and heart attacks, on the other. In another, it was about the connection between heart attacks and the presence of Helicobacter pylori - a bacterium that settles on the walls of the stomach, causing chronic inflammation and sometimes ulcers. Then it turned out that diabetes is caused by inflammatory processes. A complete picture gradually emerged: inflammation is behind all risk factors contributing to the occurrence of heart attacks.
Still, doctors continued to consider inflammation as an isolated local phenomenon: gingivitis, arthritis and prostatitis are inflammation of the gums, joints and prostate, respectively, and represent a reaction to injury, infection or radiation.
Today we understand: the inflammatory system can be included systemically: in the blood, in all tissues and organs. If this happens, the body system that is the weakest link fails first. LDL, bad cholesterol, can be considered as plaster, with which the body can repair cracks in the artery walls. When the arteries crack, HDL is deposited. This is the onset of coronary heart disease, which can result in a heart attack or surgery.
In the blood, there is a delicate balance between anti-inflammatory factors and factors contributing to inflammation. Inflammation is an extremely necessary function, and at the right moment it must be activated. Being switched on all the time, it has a devastating effect and therefore, after the fulfillment of the task entrusted to it, must immediately turn off.
It is assumed that the balance is maintained by absorbing food. It must contain the nutrients - anti-inflammatory and inflammatory - in the right proportion.
Non-natural ways of producing food are only part of the problem. The other part is chemicals that are added to food and food-like products before they are on the supermarket shelves. Remembering other chemicals that make modern life so obviously comfortable, you will begin to understand why our health is in such a deplorable state, despite the fact that we have cracked the genetic code and made other incredible discoveries and inventions in medicine. Understanding the nature of toxicity is of paramount importance for developing a completely new approach to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Since my detox program eliminates the conditions for the occurrence of inflammation, as a result of its implementation, the likelihood of developing cardiovascular diseases decreases, because it promotes the elimination of homocysteine ​​and uric acid from the body, and there are no products harmful to the arteries in the diet, and magnesium deficiency is compensated.
Lack of magnesium not only leads to an increase in blood pressure, which contributes to the development of cardiovascular diseases, but also upsets the balance of the nervous system. Anxiety and stress occur on weaker stimuli. This in turn contributes to inflammation, which results in plaque formation in the arteries.
Of course, there are many scenarios where a disease or disorder develops requiring immediate intervention. When the house is burning, you do not spend time collecting documents. You put out the fire. This is common sense. If you have a heart attack, you do not go to yoga and do not drink tea with antioxidants. You want to have an angioplasty urgently done in the hospital.
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