Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. It is nothing new to my family. Two of my uncles have had bypass surgery because of clogged arteries and plaque build-up and at the age of 55, my mother had a heart attack. After having a long talk with my Uncle Ray one night about the importance of good health, he made me a challenge I have determined to not take lightly. He challenged me to take better care of my heart than he had taken of his. Uncle Ray’s challenge really got me to thinking about the importance of heart health and my thinking got me to researching. 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. Is Arterial Plaque Reversible If lacking the proper nutrients, a person’s body cannot produce the substance called collagen that is necessary for repairing the tears in the artery walls. When the body cannot produce the collagen, the body will do the next best thing to prevent the artery from leaking. It will grab hold of anything it can find floating in the bloodstream and use it to form a patch to put over the lesion. After a while, these lesions become thicker and thicker and cause what we know and call plaque build-up. People who receive and maintain the proper amounts of nutrients in their bodies can reduce and even eliminate plaque build-up altogether. Many people think they are getting all the nutrients they need just because they eat a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables. However, due to modern day farming and the use of new pesticides, fertilizers, and herbicides, the fruits and vegetables sold at the grocery store lack many of the nutrients that they once did. Dr. Pauling’s research revealed that the chances of heart disease can actually be prevented if proper nutrients are given at the right levels.
This information led me to team up with Douglas Laboratories and a team of doctors in nutrition to produce the Pauling Therapy Essentials Formula. This formula is a nutritional supplement filled with all the nutrients necessary for the body to maintain healthy, strong, and flexible, and plaque-free arteries. If you want to keep your heart healthy and help reduce your chance of getting heart disease, contact us at 1-800-280-5302. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you Save Your Heart!