The FACTS about Heart Disease


over 1,000,000 die each year due to heart disease.

500,000 women every year die from heart disease

every 60 seconds someone dies of a heart attack

Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) accounts for 300,000 deaths each year                 
-1 every 60 seconds

95% die before reaching the hospital

100,000 athletes die each year from SCD

60% of youth are at risk for heart disease

Heart attacks kill more people than the next 9 causes of death
COMBINED!

In 1999, there were 65,827,000 physician visits with the primary diagnosis of
cardiovascular disease

more people visit the doctor's office for hypertension, or high blood pressure,
than for any other reason.

There is more to health than just the absence of disease!

The effects of heart disease is like SEVEN Boeing 747's crashing with    
NO survivors . . . EVERY DAY!


Early screening and preventive health care can avert heart disease!


Digital Pulsewave Analyzer:  FDA Approved for Cardiovascular Screening

Three 1998 Nobel Laureates, building on decades of scientific research,
have identified the endothelium factor and linked it to the health and
vascular age of your arteries, veins and capillaries.

What is the Endothelium?

It is a single layer of selectively permeable cells that line the entire cardiovascular system and
exerts
tremendous control over the flow of blood. Lumped together, the endothelium is the largest
organ of
the body, weighing as much as the liver.  Extraordinary new studies clearly indicate that
endothelial
damage is the trigger of current markers of vascular dysfunction, including plaque formation and
inflammation.

The endothelium protects the integrity
of the vascular system, providing a teflon
lining that prevents cells from sticking to
our vascular walls. It accomplishes this
through the production of Nitric Oxide.

The Role of Nitric Oxide (NO)

As Nitric Oxide levels decline, so does endothelial function.  As endothelial function declines,
so does
the elasticity and integrity of our vascular system.  This continuous breakdown of the vascular
system
has tremendous ramifications on your health.

Just think about the capabilities of large arteries, medium sized arteries and peripheral veins,
the
capillaries that carry nutrients to the furthest extremities of the body:

        Every 60 seconds, our vascular system distributes no less than 5 quarts of life sustaining
blood,
an extraordinary 1800 gallons per day.
        The vascular system also distributes oxygen from the lungs, nutrients from the intestines,
hormones from the brain and glands and white blood cells, the foundation of the body’s ever
vigilant
immune system.
        All waste is removed from the body and delivered to the liver and kidneys for breakdown
and
excretion.
        The vascular system can signal the blood to clot when there is a cut. It can control the
diameter of
the smallest capillary, increasing flow to muscles during exercise and decreasing flow to the
skin when
the body reacts to fear.
        The small vessels dilate and constrict to direct the flow. The large arteries respond to the
hearts
rhythm, expanding with each beat and relaxing between beats.

Arteriosclerosis
Under microscopic observation, our vascular system reveals the effect of plaque in the arteries
- quite
literally blemishes that have earned the name arteriolosclerosis.
        A rupture or damage to the endothelium attracts the “bad cholesterol” (LDL-C) which
sticks and
oxidizes and attracts white blood cells.  This powerful army generated by the immune system
engulfs
oxidized cholesterol until, engorged, they swell into foam cells.
        If the endothelium does not recover, LDL-C and Foam Cells form a pustule, much like a
pimple,
which signals for more white blood cells and a powerful antioxidant, super oxide ion.
        When the abscess pops, it releases puss and causes a blood clot that can lead to heart
attack or
stroke.
        An aging vessel wall looks like skin scarred with acne!

Nobel Prize winning research shows us how we can restore
endothelial function by boosting Nitric Oxide (NO) production.
        NO slows plaque growth and suppresses arteriosclerosis, keeping vessels pliable and
elastic.
        NO reduces the stickiness of the endothelium and prevents white blood cells and
platelets from
clinging to the vessel wall.
        NO calms the cells flowing through the vessel and, thereby protects the vessel wall. Even
when
blood cholesterol is high, if the vessel is producing sufficient amounts of NO, the vessel will be
protected from the development of plaque.
        NO melts away or shrinks plaque that is already there!
        NO regulates oxidative enzymes (ADMA) in the cell, preventing oxidation and the free
radical
damage it generates.
        NO has been shown to relax blood vessels and lower blood pressure.
This research, notable of the coveted Nobel Prize in Medicine (1998), is changing the
landscape of
cardiovascular health and adding credibility to the right mix of nutritional supplements.
Arginine is an amino acid that is the precursor to nitric oxide.  Click here
to learn more about arginine.

Are You At Risk?
With the availability of nutritional tools to stop and even reverse the progression of
arteriolosclerosis,
how can you assess the current health of your vascular system and, just as important, evaluate
the
effectiveness of your lifestyle changes?

This is the role of the Digital Pulsewave Analyzer. This exciting non-invasive, FDA approved
technology is now available.  This quick and inexpensive process takes a snapshot of the
cardiovascular system.  This simple 3 minute test evaluates:

        Pulsewave & Pulse Height
        Vascular Flexibility & Elasticity
        Hydration Levels
        Vascular Aging
        Response to lifestyle changes, including diet, dietary supplements and exercise

The Digital Pulsewave Analyzer is FDA approved and can provide early screening for key
cardiovascular risk factors that can be evaluated.

What can be done to improve arterial health?
We use an oral chelation therapy program utilizing L-Arginine and citraline, fulvic minerals, and
anti-
oxidants with essential fatty acids.  L-Arginine is a naturally occurring amino acid, which the
body then
converts to nitric oxide ('NO').  Nitric Oxide plays an essential role in every human.  Hundreds of
studies
on Arginine demonstrate its effectiveness in helping the body produce necessary nitric oxide.  

Your body converts L-Arginine into nitric oxide, which helps blood vessels to remain open and
blood to
flow more efficiently and smoothly throughout the body.   NO is essential for the maintenance
and
restoration of blood vessels.  Nitric Oxide helps blood vessels open up where there is a need
for
increased blood flow, and has been shown to reduce dangerous plaque build-up in the
arteries.  
Antioxidants have been shown to help the body regenerate tissue and prevent aging.

In a number of studies with Arginine, no interactions with any of the commonly prescribed
medications
for cardiovascular or other conditions were noted.  As always, it is best to consult your medical
doctor
with any questions you may have.

(These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to dignose, treat,
cure, or prevent any
disease)

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