Volume 11, Issue 54 July 4, 2014
The surest way to avoid a heart attack
Do you remember the report I wrote many years ago on copper chelation fixing diabetic hearts? If you do, you may remember that I was laughed at by a cardiologist for going into chelation therapy. Now a study in Pakistan helps prove the point. Patients with the highest levels of copper and iron are more likely to die after multiple heart attacks than those with lower copper and iron. The reverse was found for zinc. That means that zinc is protective.

The authors concluded that zinc deficiency and high copper and iron may play a role in the development of heart disease.

Obviously, I am just eating this one up. "Us" chelating doctors knew this more than 20 years ago, yet were and still are called quacks for treating the condition.

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Metals are every part a factor in vascular disease. The culprits are not just copper and iron. Mercury, lead, cadmium and other toxic metals play huge roles. If you have vascular disease, please look into chelation on my website. And if you have diabetes, have your integrative physician especially evaluate you for excess copper.

Great heavy metal scavengers include selenium (200 mcg daily), N Acetyl Cysteine (500 mg twice daily) and vitamin C (1 gram three times daily). You can find these and other great detox agents in Advanced Detox Formula.

 Clin Chim Acta, 2008; 389(1-2).

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