Heart disease, angina, atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, hyperlipidemia and hypercholesterolemia.
Cardiovascular disease involves the heart and blood flow. In the West, the most common cardiovascular disease is coronary artery disease, which is responsible for angina pectoris and infarctions.
Cardiovascular disease is most prevalent among certain segments of the population (e.g. blue-collar workers, those exposed to pollutants and obese individuals) and in certain regions. It is a key factor in reducing a population's life expectancy.
As compared to all other diseases, no one questions the beneficial effects of nutrition on heart disease.
Eliminate processed foods, saturated fats and fried foods. Avoid too much animal protein. Make sure your lunch and dinner consist of 50% to 60% vegetables. Opt for "good fats." Eat an alkaline diet (see section on Acidosis).
- DC 22 or DC 37
- Coenzyme Q10
- Vitamin E