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Heart disease is the number one killer in North America. The number one cause of heart disease is Dead Meat Bacteria. Dead Meat Bacteria = Endotoxemia (endotoxin in the blood): After a meal of animal products people suffer from Endotoxemia. Their bloodstream becomes awash with bacterial toxins, known as endotoxins that are present in animal products. These dead meat bacterial toxins are not destroyed by stomach acid, pancreatic enzymes, cooking or even boiling for hours. Animal fat triggers immediate inflammation within the body due to being loaded with endobacteria, even if fully cooked. Saturated animal fat then boosts the absorption of these endo-toxins into our bloodstream causing arterial paralysis (high blood pressure).
Another cause of Endotoxemia is a greasy, refined carbohydrate meal. This will cause inflammation due to the release of endotoxin, from the outer walls of the bad bacteria that now live in your colon. Endotoxin, if not eliminated daily from your colon through Gentle Daily Cleansing, can and will be absorbed into the bloodstream causing inflammation to the weakest parts of the body or throughout the whole body. 785,000 people will have their first heart attack this year. Forty million plus suffer from heart disease in North America today. 70 million have high cholesterol and one hundred million have elevated LDL, but less than half are being treated for it. Almost 75% of heart attack patients fall within recommended targets for LDL cholesterol, demonstrating that the current guidelines may not be low enough to cut heart attack risk in most who could benefit. Medical studies have stated that we need to get our cholesterol down to the 150mg/dl area. In other words the serum total cholesterol must be lowered to that of the average pure vegetarian. Statin drugs do lower heart attacks but increase the incidence of diabetes.
How would you like to decrease your chance of a heart attack and diabetes at the same time? A Whole Plant Based diet or drugs, it’s your choice. Studies have reported possible links between cardiovascular disease and PCB’s, dioxins and pesticides. Because these compounds are fat-soluble, they can be stored in the body and accumulate over time. Studies indicate that these toxins can specifically accumulate in the vessel walls and contribute to arterial plaque formation. Common sources of these compounds include: plastics, fish and seafood (especially farmed fish), processed foods, nonorganic and GM (Genetically Modified) produce, tap water and many cosmetic/beauty/hair products. In Sweden and many other countries most of these substances, including heavy metals such as lead, are now forbidden. Since they are so long-lived they are persistent and ubiquitous in the environment. The older we get, the higher these levels become within our body tissues. Accumulate, degenerate, mutate or cleanse, hydrate, nourish and restore your core or you may find yourself on the floor.
– Dr. Darrell Wolfe, Doc of Detox
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