1. Do studies show that high cholesterol causes heart attacks?
When challenged, doctors will admit 50% of heart attacks patients have low cholesterol. Cholesterol is there to help and without it we cannot survive. If anything, both high and low cholesterol are simply warnings that we have a problem that needs addressing. Simply taking a statin drug to block the manufacture of cholesterol makes matters worse with numerous side effects and will do very little difference to your life expectancy.
2. Why am I not given CoQ10 to alleviate the known side effects of statins and in any case, B Complex instead of statins, which work better and with no side effects?
Statins are unlikely to make much difference to the outcome compared to CoQ10, they can do great harm by blocking the production of CoQ10 and by depleting the levels of CoQ10 in your body. Many doctors around the world give CoQ10 (as a ‘medicine’) to overcome the side effects whilst many others recommend taking CoQ10 alone (and to drop the statins completely).
CoQ10 functions in every cell in your body and the organs with the highest energy requirements, such as the heart, have the highest CoQ10 concentrations. As you age, your body’s natural ability to produce CoQ10 drops dramatically as do the levels when harmed by statins.
If you want to make sure your CoQ10 levels aren’t low the best two options are UB8Q10 (this is x8 better than ordinary CoQ10 and in a gelatin cap) or HySorbQ10 (this is x4 better than ordinary CoQ10 and in a veggie cap).
3. Why am I given Magnesium IV (intravenous) in hospital to stabilise my heart after an attack but you do not recommend as a daily supplement to help prevent one?
Your doctor will (or should) know of a landmark double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, Israeli researchers gave IV magnesium to half of 194 patients suffering from acute heart attacks. The in-hospital death rate of those receiving magnesium was one-fourth that of those who received standard treatment alone. In 2003, a follow-up study of these patients revealed nearly twice as many patients in the placebo group had died from heart disease or other causes, and there were considerably more cases of heart failure and impaired heart function those who did not receive IV magnesium treatment. In addition to increasing survival after heart attack, magnesium balances out arrhythmias and improves outcomes in patients undergoing angioplasty with stent placement. It may simply be your doctor is not impressed with oral magnesium supplements and does not know that transdermal magnesium absorbs so much better.
It may seem that I keep talking about magnesium but it is so important to your health in many ways! Everyone needs to supplement magnesium but if you have great disease you urgently need to boost your magnesium levels – try Magnesium Oil Ultra (highest amount of magnesium) or Magnesium Lotion Ultra (lightest concentration). You may have these already and remember, when applied to the heart area daily, these will help maintain the high levels of magnesium needed for a healthy heart and cardiovascular system.
4. Other doctors already agree that most heart disease is caused by inflammation and yet you still want to put me on drugs, why not anti-inflammatory enzymes such as Serrapeptase instead?
You may be surprised to hear that more and more doctors are using Serrapeptase for their own family. They may even recommend it for you but they are afraid of being accused of putting your life in danger with unproven methods.
By who? The drug companies of course!
If you have a heart problem or concern then consider Blockbuster AllClear. This is the most complete and effective enzyme formula available – it uniquely blends serrapeptase, to remove any inflammation, with 15 other powerful nutrients such as Nattokinase, which supports healthy blood flow. All the ingredients have studies to show how they individually benefit a healthy heart and circulation and are all doubly powerful when combined.