“A man is as old as his arteries,” stated around the year 1680 by Dr. Thomas Sydenham, known as ‘the English Hippocrates.’ (There are 60,000 miles, or over 96,000 km of arteries within the body and they are not just rigid tubes).
A heart attack ( in medical terms ‘ Angina and Myocardial Infarction’) usually occurs when a blood clot blocks the flow of blood through a coronary artery — a blood vessel that feeds blood to a part of the heart muscle, leading to the death of that part of the heart. The underlying pathology is atherosclerosis of one or more coronary arteries.
Atherosclerosis is a disease where the arteries become narrowed and hardened due to an excessive build up of plaque (sticky plug of degenerating cells) inside the artery wall. The disease disrupts the flow of blood around the body, posing serious cardiovascular complications.When this occurs inside the arteries(coronary arteries) which supply blood to heart it causes ‘heart attack’, inside brain it causes ‘Stroke’, inside arteries supplying blood to penis it causes ‘impotence’, etc. Please note- Atherosclerosis is a generalized condition which means a person who had a heart attack may also have narrowing of arteries in other parts of body (brain, kidneys, legs, etc).That is why it is extremely important to fight and reverse the disease process( of atherosclerosis) in an integrative and holistic way at every body organ level and throughout the whole vascular system. Do you know?– Erectile dysfunction(ED) in men is the earliest warning sign of impending heart disease? As the penile arteries are relatively small in diameter in comparison with the coronary arteries, they are more prone to cause ED with even comparatively lesser degree of atherosclerosis.Therefore, generalized atherosclerosis is expected to affect the penile artery long before the coronary arteries. (In other words- even a mild erectile dysfunction is an early and reliable sign that the man may suffer a heart attack within next few years).
1. Chronic deficiency of certain vitamins,minerals and antioxidants
2. Chronic overconsumption of carbohydrates of all types (simple and complex)
3. Chronic high stress lifestyle leading to disbalanced autonomic nervous system
4. Chronic inflammation inside body due to any cause
5. Chronic metabolic acidosis
One of the most famous physicians in the 19th century was Rudolf Virchow (Germany). Nearly 150 years ago, he stated that atherosclerosis is an inflammatory disease based on his observations of autopsies of the very rare number of people who had actually died of a heart attack.
The image below depicts daggers (risk factors) aimed at a healthy heart. Any one of these daggers would kill if thrust deep into the heart. In the real world, however, aging humans suffer small pricks from the point of these daggers over a lifetime. The cumulative effect of these dagger pricks (risk factors) is arterial occlusion and, far too often, angina or acute heart attack.
A nationwide study conducted in 2009 by the University of California School of Medicine (USA) found that “75 % of patients hospitalized for a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels”(American Heart Journal, January 2009).
The Lancet (prestigious British Medical Journal) in 1994 reported that most individuals with coronary artery disease have normal cholesterol levels!
The famous Framingham study shows that ‘Our rush to lower total cholesterol levels may have been in error’. To cite the Framingham authors: “For each 1 mg/dl decrease of cholesterol level in blood, there was an 11 percent increase in coronary and total mortality.“(In other words, low cholesterol level actually increased the death rate).
Bears, for example, have average cholesterol levels of 400 milligrams per deciliter of blood, but they don’t suffer heart attacks. Why? According to Dr. Mathias Rath (renowned physician and international researcher at the University Clinic of Hamburg, Germany and the German Heart Center in Berlin) it is because bears produce large amounts of vitamin C in their body, which optimizes collagen production and ensures maximum stability of their artery walls. Most non-human animals can make their own vitamin C, but humans cannot. We must rely instead on eating foods that contain vitamin C in order to survive. This state of affairs — in effect a nutritional defect of our species — was caused by a genetic mutation estimated to have occurred around 40 million years ago.
For the past 60 years, conventional medical authorities have ‘brainwashed’ everyone into believing that saturated animal fats like full fat milk, eggs, meat, butter,etc (which contain high cholesterol) cause heart disease and should be severely restricted in a heart-healthy diet. But, is there any scientific proof? – No.
In fact, the “Diet-heart hypothesis”, which is the scientific name for the idea that eating cholesterol causes heart disease, has already been rejected by the researchers who were responsible for its genesis. Ancel Keys (an American Scientist), who in many ways can be considered the “father” of the cholesterol-heart disease hypothesis, had this to say in 1997: “There’s no connection whatsoever between the cholesterol in food and cholesterol in the blood. And we’ve known that all along. Cholesterol in the diet doesn’t matter at all unless you happen to be a chicken or a rabbit.” This is a reference to early animal studies performed in 1913 on chickens and rabbits where scientists force-fed these animals high-levels of fats (cholesterol) to create experimental heart attacks. Since rabbits and chickens are mostly vegetarian, their physiology is not adapted for processing such large amounts of dietary cholesterol, so it’s no surprise they developed atherosclerosis and heart disease. The mistake was assuming that the results of this experiment could be extrapolated to humans, who are omnivores with significant differences in physiology.
The second tenet of the cholesterol-heart disease hypothesis, the notion that high cholesterol levels in the blood cause heart disease, is referred to as the “Lipid hypothesis” in the scientific community. Though it is still accepted as gospel truth by the general public and many medical professionals, most researchers now believe the causes of heart disease are multi-factorial.
In the 19th century, the greatest physician in America, Sir William Osler, when asked why he did not include a chapter of heart disease in his classic Textbook of Medicine(published in 1892), he replied that this disease (Heart disease) is so rare that most physicians would never see it. It is interesting to note that the typical American diet in those days was approximately 42% fat, made up of butter, lard, eggs, meat, cheese, olive oil, coconut,etc . Today, the typical human diet contains 70-80 % of calories coming from carbohydrates (wheat, rice, potatoes, sugar, processed foods, etc) and globally 17.3 million people die every year from a heart attack despite having access to the so called ‘Hi-tech medicine’ of 21st century.
Unfortunately, today’s news media function as a mouthpiece for the conventional medical establishment. It is in the economic interests of mainstream cardiology, cardiovascular surgery and pharmaceutical industry to deceive the public into believing that cholesterol causes heart disease & the only way of ‘managing’ heart disease is with bypass surgery, stents, and expensive toxic drugs to lower cholesterol level. The cholesterol drugs not only lack scientific basis but when used for few years, have been proven to cause cancer and other serious diseases in several animal studies. Yet, every heart patient is prescribed it nowadays!
A plethora of published data, however, reveals that humans can successfully circumvent the lethal atherosclerotic process and in most cases reverse it without angioplasty/surgery and toxic drugs. Surgical procedures although provide temporary symptomatic relief in some patients, do not correct the underlying root cause(s) of coronary occlusion(atherosclerosis) and heart muscle impairment, do not stop the disease progression, nor do they prevent future heart attacks. Bypass patients must also face the possibility that one operation won’t solve the problem. Reports indicate that 15 to 30 percent of vein grafts(bypassed segments of artery) become occluded within one year of surgery, eventually needing a repeat Bypass surgery. As per the scientific article published in the British Medical Journal (May, 2003), Angioplasty has an even worse re-closure rate. As many as 50 percent of coronary arteries forced open by balloon angioplasty close up again within one year. Most people are unaware of these facts.
Cardiac Regenerative Therapy (CR Therapy) is an advanced German Non-Surgical Alternative to Bypass Surgery and Angioplasty. It involves an individualized synergistic powerful combination of cardiac stem cell therapy, Chelation therapy, Ozone autohemotherapy, Laser Induced Angiogenic Therapy (LIAT/Laser treatment of heart), Laser revitalization of blood(LRB) and Orthomolecular (Micro-nutrient) therapy to remove blockages from ALL arteries of the body and to REGENERATE the damaged/weak or vulnerable heart muscle cells. This kind of integrative, comprehensive approach reverses atherosclerosis by removing the root cause(s) of disease.
1) Any patient who is suffering from coronary heart disease
2) Patients who have been advised to undergo- Angioplasty/Stents or Heart Bypass surgery
3) For Prevention- Patients with no heart disease but who are at risk ( having high BP, Diabetes,obesity,etc) or having a family history of it.
Generally speaking those patients who suffer from bad blood circulation and arterial perfusion in any part of the body are ideal candidates. CR Therapy benefits each and every blood vessel in the body, from the largest to the tiniest capillaries and arteries, most of which are far too small for surgical treatment or are deep within the brain and other vital organs where they cannot be safely reached by surgery. In many patients, the smallest blood vessels are the most severely diseased. The benefits of CR Therapy occur from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet, not just in short segments of a few large arteries which can be bypassed or opened by other invasive treatments. Another major advantage of CR therapy is that, the fresh cell therapy regenerates the weak and damaged heart muscle cells. The list of health problems that can be treated and effects that can be observed and achieved is very long but nevertheless absolutely plausible:
CR Therapy significantly improves the following conditions:
CR therapy involves a personalized combination of intravenous infusions, laser treatments, ozone treatments, cardiac stem cell therapy injections over a period of 7 days (daily intensive treatment sessions) on an outpatient basis( 1 to 3 hours) without a need to hospitalize patient. The treatment is totally non-surgical, painless and without any side effects. Patients are also given 12 months worth take-home cardiac supplements( oral/injectables).
Patient undergoes the first 7 days of treatment in Germany and takes home personalized cardiac regenerative supplements provided by us(12 months pack)
Yes. Significant improvement or total disappearance of symptoms ( chest pain, breathlessness, leg pain,leg swelling, etc) is observed by majority of patients . 90 % of patients are able to avoid angioplasty/stetns/bypass surgery. In most patients it takes minimum of 4-6 weeks after start of treatment course to notice subjective improvement. After undergoing CR therapy an objective evidence of improvement in cardiac and general circulation can be confirmed by performing HeartMap Diagnostic System(Germany), Myocardial perfusion study,Thallium Stress test, and other non-invasive tests. Blood tests done after CR therapy show significant reduction or total elimination of 17 risk factors for heart disease(as shown in diagram above).
|Bypass Surgery/Angioplasty||Only Chelation Therapy||
Cardiac Regenerative Therapy
|2.||Few inches of coronary artery replaced||Blockages from all arteries of body removed||Blockages from all arteries of body removed|
|3.||No regeneration of damaged/weak heart muscle||No regeneration of heart muscle||Active regeneration of heart muscle|
|4.||High complication rate||Low or zero complication rate||Low or zero complication rate|
|5.||Does not treat the root cause||Partially treats the root cause||Treats all possible root causes|
|6.||Cannot be performed on old patients||Suitable to patients of all ages||Suitable to patients of all ages|
|7.||Does not reverse general atherosclerosis||Reversal of general atherosclerosis||Reversal of general atherosclerosis|
|8.||Death rate during/after surgery- 3 to 8 %||Death rate during/after procedure- 0 %||Death rate during/after procedure- 0 %|
|9.||Repeat surgery rate- High after 2-5 years||For maintenance- 20 treatments/year||For maintenance- 6 to 8 treatments/year|
|10.||Does not remove blockages from brain arteries||Partly removes blockages from brain arteries||Removes blockages from brain arteries|
|11.||Some old patients lose memory as side effect||No effect on memory||Memory might be improved in old patients|
|12.||Does not improve leg pain on walking||Improves leg pain on walking||Significant improvement of leg pain|
|13.||Can cause impotence in some men as side effect||Mild improvement of male potency||Good improvement of male potency|
|14.||Active lifestyle after surgery difficult||Active lifestyle encouraged||Active lifestyle encouraged|
|15.||No role in prevention of other diseases||Offers some prevention against other diseases||Effective prevention of other chronic diseases|
|16.||Expensive synthetic medicines essential||Majority of patients use synthetic medicines||Only Orthomolecular(natural to body) nutrients used|
|17.||No Anti-aging effect on body||Mild anti-aging effect||Good anti-aging effect|
|18.||Does not prevent future heart attack||Does offer some prevention||Effective prevention of future heart attack|
|19.||Expensive surgery||Moderate cost||Moderate cost|
Only you can make that decision. Since CR therapy is currently available only in the German speaking countries of Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), chances are your local doctor won’t know about it & won’t help you decide. Patients who choose CR therapy often do so against the advice of their personal physicians or cardiologists. Many have already been advised to undergo angioplasty or surgery. Occasionally, a patient never hears about CR therapy until he is hospitalized and a friend or relative begs him to look into this non-invasive therapy before proceeding to angioplasty/surgery. In an impressively large number of instances, a new patient comes for CR therapy on the recommendation of someone who has been successfully treated. Talk with a doctor who is a specialist in Regenerative Medicine & offers regenerative therapies before you decide.