Linus Pauling Approach For Heart Health

February 5, 2015

by Paul Fassa, Natural Health Jou5rnalist

(UtopiaSilver.com) Linus Pauling is the biochemist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1954 with his pace setting research that included inorganic and organic chemistry in addition to his work with vitamin C. Amazingly, there are some among the mainstream medical establishment who continue to marginalize his work and debunk the merits of vitamin C. They are the real quacks, by the way. (Following is the Linus Pauling Approach For Heart Health.)

Here’s what Linus Pauling had to say about vitamin C and heart health in 1992:

“…we can get almost complete control of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes by the proper use of vitamin C and lysine. It can prevent cardiovascular disease and even cure it. If you are at risk of heart disease, …or if you have had a mild heart attack yourself, then you had better be taking vitamin C and lysine.” (emphasis added)

Both of these supplements, lysine and vitamin C, are available on this Utopia Silver website. I’ll explain how Linus Pauling’s remedy works and you can see how easy it is to implement.

Cholesterol Myths Are Beginning to Erode Under Closer Observation

Statin medicines are so effective at lowering cholesterol that one who uses them is in greater danger of dementia and – heart attacks! You see, cholesterol is a vital substance in our bodies. It helps transform the sun’s UVB rays on bare skin into vitamin D3, which is actually a multi-tasking pre-hormone. More and more research is discovering the merits of D3 for overall health.

Brain matter and nervous system myelin sheathing, which is an insulating layer that forms around nerves in the brain and spinal cord. It’s made up of protein and fatty substances, or lipoproteins, the same stuff of cholesterol. And it supports rapid transmission of electrical impulses throughout the nervous system.

If this protection deteriorates or is damaged, neurological diseases such as MS (multiple sclerosis), Parkinson’s Disease, and various forms of dementia follow. Aging alone can lead to myelin sheath deterioration without proper nutritional support, which includes healthy fats that include omega-3.The cell walls throughout your body are lipid (fatty substance) constructed.

So could the myth of no or low fat dieting be valid after decades of such nonsense has resulted in more obesity, diabetes, and poor heart health than ever? High calorie low nutrient refined carbohydrates, especially sugars, cause obesity, diabetes, and reduce heart health.

The saturated fat creates excess bad cholesterol lie is yielding to research proving the real villains are HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) and its disguised variations such as corn syrup, etc., processed sugar, and those handy processed hydrogenated trans-fatty acid vegetable oils, all of which are ubiquitous in processed foods. Some cardiologists are recognizing this.

Dr. William Davis asserts in his article “A Headline You Will Never See: 60 Year Old Man Dies of Cholesterol” that cholesterol doesn’t kill “any more than a bad paint job on your car could cause a fatal car accident.”

Dr. Davis continues: “What kills people is rupture of atherosclerotic plaque in the coronary arteries. It’s not about cholesterol; it’s about atherosclerotic plaque. Plaque might contain cholesterol, but cholesterol is not the thing itself that causes heart attack and death.”

As a matter of fact, cholesterol has been labeled by some as an innocent bystander that’s simply trying to patch up damaged endothelial lining of the arterial inner walls. Even excess calcium that doesn’t make it into bone matter can form calcium deposits in the artery to form calcified plaque. Natokinase based vitamin K-2, vitamin D, and magnesium (also available from this site) are needed to help the calcium go into bone matter where it belongs instead of calcifying in your arterial endothelial walls.

How the Linus Pauling Approach Handles Plague and Strengthens Arteries

There is a lipoprotein element of cholesterol that’s problematic, it’s Lp(a). It’s smaller, harder, and stickier than other lipoproteins or cholesterol molecules. It can burrow under the endothelial artery surfaces and create ruptures that call on more cholesterol for damage control patching.

It can be measured with blood samples, but mainstream medicine doesn’t bother because they don’t have the medicines to reduce Lp(a) levels, thank goodness. Added side effects are not needed.

The natural supplement that can root out and flush away Lp(a) particles is L-lysine or Lysine. The natural supplement that helps restore damaged arterial endothelial inner walls vitamin C, which provides the collagen that restores the strength and elasticity your arteries need.

Research has corroborated Linus Pauling’s work on how vitamin C lowers blood pressure by restoring flexibility and strength in blood vessels.

Pauling recommends at least 3,000 mg or more of vitamin C daily, which can be taken in smaller doses throughout the day. The lysine intake should be around half your vitamin C intake. Simple enough? They are both available inexpensively from this site. This is an easy viable solution to heart health problems according to Linus Pauling and others, and all the components are available on this site.

Meanwhile, abstain from all trans-fatty acid hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oil in bottles or in processed foods. Ditto for HFCS and high processed sugar content processed foods, while ensuring your dietary omega-3 fat intake is high (free range eggs, wild salmon, fish oil supplements, and ground flax seeds).

Sources:
http://www.heartdiseasecauseandcure.com/the-pauling-therapy.html
http://www.drsinatra.com/lipoproteina-cholesterol-guidelines
http://www.drlam.com/opinion/Lp%28a%29.asp

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