My post coronary artery CT angiography show:- Calcium score as per the Agaston score protocol is 258.9 The...
Posted by An_265196
My post coronary artery CT angiography show:-
Calcium score as per the Agaston score protocol is 258.9
The proximal LAD shows diffuse atheromatous calcification with mixed dencity calcified plaque and focal minimal narrowing and also seen atheromatous calcification in the proximal part of the right coronary artery with focal minimal wall thickening at the level of third anterior myocardial artery origin of RCA View Thread
I'm a diesel technician. Yet it seems that I somehow know more about health, nutrition and disease than most mainstream doctors. For example: I read your ridiculous articles about clogged arteries. You state that the CAUSES of arterial damage are "High Cholesterol" and smoking. What you're actually doing, is hiding a lie between two truths. Sure, smoking is bad. We all know that. And cholesterol buildup is found in damaged arteries. So you indirectly implicate that ingesting high amounts of cholesterol-rich foods will damage arteries. But hypothetically, what happens when an unclogged, free and clear artery becomes damaged by sugar? Does that damaged artery stay free and clear, as long as I don't eat any cholesterol? NO. And shame on you doctors, because you know this very well. Cholesterol is the most important molecule in the body, second only to water. It is transported intentionally to damaged arteries, as a natural protective healing agent. Saying cholesterol damages arteries is like saying a scab will damage my skin. Without cholesterol, we will die. Fact. Another fact is that if we don't ingest enough cholesterol every day, our livers will produce cholesterol to make up for the shortage. So is it your professional medical advice that my liver is attempting to kill me? Are you that much of an educated idiot? I would hope not; many people depend on you to protect their very lives. The Food Pyramid is a scam promoted by Big Pharma. Wheat bread is mostly amylopectin, a carbohydrate simpler than sugar. It breaks down faster than sugar, spikes blood glucose, and even more effectively than sugar, it inflames the arteries. The whole idea of the Food Pyramid was to convert healthy people into patients. Again, the best place to hide a lie is between two truths. Sure, vegetables come next. After your 8 servings of simple carbs, that is. So sugar is at the tip of the pyramid. But what most Americans don't realize, is that it's also at the bottom. Why would a huge corporation spend tons of time and money creating a standard for eating that would guarantee a drastic cut in their own profits? They wouldn't and they didn't. The same year Big Pharma's Food Pyramid was implemented, is the same year the obesity and diabetic epidemics blew up in the US. Cholesterol and fat are essential nutrients. Sugar is not. Plain and simple. So I ask again, is a diesel technician smarter than all of the mainstream industry drug pushers in America? Or are you all knowingly playing your own patients? Which is it?View Thread
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Hello, I'm 21 years old and in good shape.. Not too fat but I do have a little extra in my belly area. I workout regularly, at average 3 times a week street workouts and approximately once a week distant runs (10km). I feel healthy.. However almost all of the time I can feel my pulse throughout my body (especially when I lay down). I can also see it in my neck and in my lower chest area and feel it if my head is on my pillow (feeling the pulse on my temple). When I do BP tests it always shows pulse pressure 60 or higher! The values usually range between 140/60 to 120/50 and sometimes could change and have a much higher difference. This is really frustrating I really don't know what to do! When I check myself in military clinics they always say that pulse pressure is not a problem and that the focus is on the systolic BP.. I don't believe this, none of my friends can see their pulse on their neck or feel it throughout their body as I feel.. I'm worried that it could cause complications or something like that in the future.. What should I do? Does it really not matter that the pulse pressure is this high? I'm going to do blood and urine tests next week but in the past (a year and a half ago) I did blood tests and they came out fine.. Please help!View Thread
Say - my husband and I take Lipitor - both for several or many years - I would like to know about co-enzyme...
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Say - my husband and I take Lipitor - both for several or many years - I would like to know about co-enzyme Q10. We did take it and then stopped - I am reading a book by Dr. Andrew Weil and he feels people on a statin should take co-enzyme Q-10. I don't know who to believe.
Since this is a heart disease community board - can anyone post about what their doctors tell them about this co-enzyme Q10 - I know it is pretty expensive - anyway, just wondering what others say about this. Thank you.View Thread
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