Posts Tagged ‘heart attack’
A cup of coffee. A brisk walk. A quick nap. These are the classic ways to increase your vigor and fight fatigue. And who doesn’t want more energy? But there’s another kind of energy involved in good health – and it starts at the molecular level. Your cells crave energy. They need it to help maintain healthy tissues, heal injuries, and for your organs to function optimally. It’s not quite as obvious as the jolt you get from a Red Bull or other gimmicky drink – but it’s the type of energy that matters most in your body. And here’s […]
Continue reading D-Ribose: A CARB That Can Reverse Heart Disease?
Posted in: Articles
Tags: adenosine triphosphate, ATP, cardiovascular health, chronic fatigue syndrome, coronary artery disease, d-ribose, energy, exercise intolerance, fibromyalgia, heart attack, McArdle’s disease, myoadenylate deaminase deficiency, neuromuscular disease
In a recent clinical trial session namely the TACT (Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy) Vitamin trial, researchers found that heart attack patients who were given high doses of vitamins combined with chelation therapy were significantly less likely to reach a combined cardiovascular endpoint over 5 years compared to those who had placebo in both instances. Cardiovascular endpoints refer to death, heart attack, coronary revascularization, stroke, or hospitalization for angina. The TACT trial finding surprised everyone when it was presented at the American Heart Association meeting as it appeared unsettling to many cardiologists who had been dismissive of chelation. Most chelation […]
Continue reading Vitamins Plus Chelation Improves Heart Attack Outcomes
Posted in: News Briefs, Vitamins and Minerals
Tags: chelation, heart attack, high-dose vitamins
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