Angina

3 Powerful Ways to Stay Off the Cardiac Ward

…external counterpulsation (EECP) for years. Often referred to as a “natural bypass,” it’s a proven therapy for relieving angina, increasing exercise tolerance, and improving circulation. Researchers in India demonstrated that after a course of EECP (35–40 treatments),…

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Should You Have an Angiogram?

…including one that challenges the “let’s catheterize” attitude of his colleagues. In this landmark study, 168 patients with angina who had been recommended to have an angiogram came in, of their own accord, for a second opinion. Using information obtained from noninvasive tests…

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Ribose Makes Exercising Easier

…men between the ages of 45 and 69 with exercise-induced angina and coronary artery disease took either high-dose ribose (60 g daily) or a placebo. After just three days, the men receiving ribose were able to walk longer, and their onset of angina was significantly delayed. Supplementing with ribose…

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Get Pumped with EECP Therapy

…Benefits of EECP Therapy In just three weeks—and often sooner—energy, endurance, stamina and ability to exercise improve greatly. Angina episodes become less frequent and intense, and nitroglycerin and other drugs are almost always reduced or discontinued. Robert opted to forgo the…

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Health Benefits of L-Carnitine

…L-carnitine in the very first issue of Health & Healing in August 1991. Back then all we really knew about this supplement was that it improved angina, heart function, and exercise tolerance in patients with coronary artery disease and heart failure. As further research emerged over the years, I…

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How to Boost Circulation

…experienced improved circulation and less angina pain. That’s how the broad benefits of chelation were serendipitously discovered. I’ve been using EDTA chelation in my clinic for about 25 years, and I’ve seen it eliminate angina, improve exercise tolerance, lower blood pressure,…

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A Diabetes Success Story

R.B., a type 2 diabetic, had been on insulin for 16 years. She had retinopathy, angina, high blood pressure, a history of two heart attacks, and an open ulcer on her foot that refused to heal. But the most debilitating of her problems was neuropathy. Nerve damage left her with virtually no sensation…

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