Heart disease is definitely nothing new. 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. Upon reflecting the conversation I had with my uncle, I realized that I really needed to know more about how to take care of my heart. Then I realized that other people needed to know about heart health too. That is when I began researching to find out more about the causes and the preventions of heart disease. I started reading any medical information I could find on the subject of heart health. Of course I read all about the importance of eating right, losing weight, and exercising, but I knew there had to be more. That is when I discovered the research of Dr. Linus Pauling and Dr. Matthias Rath. The results of their research was amazing!
The conclusion that these doctors came to is that the accumulation of plaque inside the arteries is due to mechanical stress. They explained that the arteries are very flexible and work extremely hard. Arteries actually open and close each time the heart beats. The closer the artery is to the heart, the greater the stress can be. Over a period of time, continued mechanical stress can cause little tears or lesions within the artery. For people with healthy bodies that receive the right nutrients, this is not too big of a problem. The body will actually heal itself. However, for those who fail to receive the proper nutrients, these lesions can cause major problems. Plaque Heart Disease One whose body does not receive the proper level of nutrition will not be able to produce a substance called collagen that is necessary to repair the lesions in the artery wall. Without the presence of collagen, the body will do whatever it can to prevent the artery from leaking. So it grabs particles it finds floating in the blood stream and forms a make shift patch to place over the lesion. After a while, these patches get thicker and thicker producing what we know as plaque build-up. A person whose body always receives the right amount of nutrients will be able to reduce the accumulation of plaque build-up and sometimes eliminate it altogether. A great number of people who think they are getting the proper nutrients because they eat a healthy diet of vegetables and fruit are really not getting all that is needed to prevent heart disease. Many times these people end up with serious heart problems. This is because many of the fruits and vegetables sold today are treated with modern fertilizers and pesticides that prevent the produce from producing adequate nutrients. Dr. Pauling’s research showed that when people are administered the proper amounts of certain nutrients, the body will be able to function correctly to help prevent heart disease.
Paulings important discoveries prompted me to join with a team of PhDs in nutrition and Douglas Laboratories to produce an amazing nutritional supplement called the Pauling Therapy Essentials Formula. This supplement is filled with all the necessary nutrients to keep arteries healthy, strong, flexible, and virtually plaque-free. If you would like to get the Pauling Therapy Essentials Formula, then you can contact us at 1-800-280-5302. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you have a healthy heart.