Heart Book in 8th Printing, Still Preventing Heart Attacks

About 10 years ago, cardiologists, for the first time, were feeling confident in saying, ischemic heart disease is a 90%  preventable form of heart disease.  While the industry at large was touting and still touts cholesterol as the main culprit, a landmark  book based on  5.5 years of research  claimed that 50% of all heart attacks were happening to people with normal cholesterol.  Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke (Inflammation, cardiology’s new frontier)  was one of the very first books to identify the role of inflammation in heart disease.  inflammation and heart attacks  Do you know which blood tests could  identify your family’s hidden risk factors? The book written for the general public has been endorsed by the Directors of Preventive Cardiology at 5 major universities and the information is still considered cutting edge today  in helping thousands avoid heart attacks and heart disease. Reviewed as being a decade ahead in it’s information. “What Christian Wilde suggests today is destined to be standard medical practice in the next decade.” As the author has said on more than 500 radio shows and lectures, heart attacks and heart failure, “No one will have the vested interest in yours or your family’s heart health than you.”

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Stem Cells For Heart Patients

This may be the most important welcomed health news your friend or family member may have heard. Now there is proven hope for rejuvenating someone’s heart if they have had one or even more heart attacks in their history.

There are currently 6M people in congestive heart failure in the US and 22 M around the world who suffer from heart failure with it’s 5 to 7.5 year general life expectancy.

What is congestive heart failure also called cardiomyopathy?  When someone suffers a heart attack, the left ventrical is damaged and weakened.  It is  forced to work double time in order to pump blood to the heart and to the  rest of the body.  As a result of this exhausting condition, the heart muscle itself detrimentally enlarges.

Medical researcher and author Christian Wilde wrote the first book on stem cells for heart failure, Miracle Stem Cell Heart Repair and interviewed not only the 7 directors of stem cell cardiovascular therapy at 7 major universities but also interviewed the patients who in simple term  explain their before and after results. http://www.abigon.com/miraclestemcellheartrep.html Truly amazing.  Here is hope for you or your loved ones.

What is this life saving stem cell procedure and where can someone read more about it and the actual case histories of patients who have had as many of 7 heart attacks only to be totally rejuvenated with a one time, minimally invasive life saving operation.  The first patient to receive his own stem cells was 34 years of age and had already had 4 heart attacks and 11 stents.  Today, 11 years later!  He remains totally active and repaired.

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Preventing Holiday Heart Attacks

By Christian Wilde,

The medical profession is well aware that heart attacks do indeed increase in number during the holidays and winter seasons.  One major study analyzing heart attacks among 138,602 people recorded a 35% higher number of heart attacks in December and January compared to August of a given year. We would all agree of course–no time of year is a good time for a heart attack!

Triglycerides: Medical researchers studying preventing holiday heart attacks  have identified one of the contributing factors that can increase certain people’s risk during such times in preventing holiday heart attacks. The phenomena known as triglyceride spiking occurs when triglycerides suddenly rise to dangerous levels. This heightened risk can happen after eating a single fat meal such as we might enjoy at festive dinners during Thanksgiving Christmas or New Years. This innocent event can literally provide a direct pathway to a heart attack within 2 to 26 hours following the single high fat meal.  Triglycerides are the fats that circulate in the blood and those individuals (particularly diabetics) who are already fighting higher levels are at greater risk. The advice of the researcher is––those at particular risk may help minimize their risk by simply taking 800 mgs of Vitamin E in combination with 1000 mgs of vitamin C –– prior to consuming the rich holiday dinner.  According to the study, this combination can dramatically control the “spiking.”  More emphasis has in the past few years been increasingly directed at controlling triglyceride level. Dr. Michael Miller M.D., Ph.D., and team at the University of Maryland determined that any triglyceride level over 100 increased one’s heart attack risk three fold.  According to the findings the increase isn’t like cholesterol where the higher the number the greater the risk. With triglycerides, any number over one hundred produced the greater risk. These findings influenced the medical profession to change the nationally accepted guidelines for triglyceride levels,.

Tempers and the Holidays: Another perhaps less obvious reason for holiday heart attacks lies among unresolved resentments, sibling rivalries and a whole host of other emotionally charged situations that often rear themselves when families get together. Tempers explode and blood pressures rise. When someone “loses it” statistics show a two and a third time increased risk of a heart attack within the immediate hours following the incident. Here are a few reasons why:  Under high stress as one might experience during a bout of anger the coronary arteries constrict resulting in a subsequent “arterial spasm.” Fatty cholesterol deposits within the artery becomes welded together closing off the artery initiating a heart attack. When one is in a state of anger, blood becomes viscous and adrenalin and other toxins are released into the bloodstream. In the book how to detect and neutralize Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke: (inflammation, cardiology’s newest frontier) two case histories representing the endpoint of extreme anger are presented along with many other hidden risk factors and information on how to neutralize them.

“Weekend Warriors” It isn’t difficult to get dad involved in a traditional game of touch football or hoops after Thanksgiving or another holiday dinner.   “What say we work off a few of those extra helpings we just ate?” Is this a good idea if your dad or yourself have not been regularly involved in regular physical conditioning?  http://www.abigon.com/page/page/448087.htm A study involving 1800 participants sponsored by the Institutes of Health looking at the heart attack risk from physical exertion found a 5.9 times (600%) greater heart attack risk within one hour of an actual innocent exertion.  You could extrapolate from this study that someone out of condition, pushing a stalled automobile out of traffic or having to shovel snow or being pushed to the limit in a friendly game of after-holiday-dinner football could unconsciously be putting himself or herself at great risk.  We have just read of three of the reasons heart attacks increase during the winter months and about certain simple life-protecting precautions we might keep in mind to help safe-guard ourselves and our families from America’s number one killer.  The good news is that heart disease and heart attack  is now considered to be 90% preventable at  Let’s all apply a little common sense and favorably affect the number of heart attacks this holiday season.

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