Heart disease is nothing new to me. At the age of only 55 years old, my mother had a heart attack. She wasn't the only one in her family to have heart problems. Both of her brothers have undergone bypass operations because of plaque build-up. After conversing with my one night with my Uncle Ray on various health topics, I halfheartedly told him that I hoped I would not inherit his heart problems. Uncle Ray's smile faded and he got very serious. Looking me straight in the eye, he informed me that I needed to do a lot more to take care of my heart than he did or else I very well may end up like him. As I thought about the subject of heart health, I began researching too. I dove into all sorts of medical literature, searching and reading everything I could find on the matter of heart health. My initial research led to the same old basic information that most everyone knows about helping your heart such as: loosing weight, eating right, and of course, exercising. But as I delved further into my research, I found the results of another researcher - Dr. Linus Pauling and Dr. Matthias Rath.
These doctors determined that plaque accumulation or build-up on the interior lining of the arteries is a result of mechanical stress. The arteries are flexible and work very hard, opening and closing every single time the heart beats. The closer the artery is to the heart, the harder it works and the more stressful it can be. Oftentimes, over time this so-called mechanical stress can cause tears on the interior lining of the arteries. When this happens to a healthy person, the body naturally heals itself. But to someone whose body is lacking certain nutrients, the lesions can cause severe problems. Heart Arteries Without the proper nutrition the body cannot produce collagen and other important substances that are necessary to repair the torn places in the arteries. Therefore, your body will do the next best thing by grabbing whatever it can find floating around in the bloodstream and make a patch to put over the tear and prevent the artery from leaking. This serves the purpose periodically, but over time the patches get thicker and cause what is known as plaque build-up and can end up blocking the arteries. With the proper nutrition, however, the body can produce collagen and repair the lesions. Those who get the proper nutrients in their diet can eliminate plaque build-up and reduce their risk of heart disease. Many times people will think they are getting the proper nutrients because their diet consists of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. However, many of these people end up getting heart disease even though they do their best to eat healthy. This is because the use of modern pesticides, fertilizers, and herbicides on fruits and vegetables actually prevent the produce from having adequate nutrients. Dr. Pauling’s research showed that heart disease can be controlled by the administration of certain nutrients and a specific time and at proper levels.
These key discoveries are what led me, along with a team of PhDs in nutrition, and Douglas Laboratories to come up with the Pauling Therapy Essentials Formula – a nutritional supplement that incorporates all the nutrients necessary to keep arteries healthy, strong, flexible, and free of plaque build-up. So if you would like to reduce your chance of heart disease, reduce or eliminate plaque build-up from your arteries and ultimately save your heart, contact us today by calling 1-800-280-5302. We guarantee, you’ll be glad you did!