Heart Disease (heart attack, cardiovascular disease): Prevention is the name of the game when it comes to heart disease; good nutrition means moderation in all things, no fried foods on a regular basis (to “cheat” on your program once each week is alright), the base line nutritional supplements are a must, pay special attention to essential fatty acids, avoid as much of the polyunsaturated fatty acids as you can ( other than the essentials –i.e., flaxseed oil and/ or salmon oil), pays special attention to selenium (500 mcg/day) and vitamin E (800-1200 IU/day), exercise in moderation ( i.e., a 30 minute oxygen tank in your house ( a two- hour supply if you live in a rural area), learn CPR, have nitroglycerin capsules or transdermal nitroglycerin patches on hand, obtain an IV infusion set and several 500 ml bottles of lactated ringers to set up an IV should a heart attack occur (don’t relegate your survival to an EMT who might get there on time- learn as much about emergency heart care as you know about your home’s electrical system!!) UNPREPAREDNESS KILLS!!
Treatment once you have had a heart attack includes EDTA chelation ( with H202 added); you may need as many as two chelation per day for 80 or more to ensure full recovery for your heart, be aggressive – your” orthodox” cardiologist will not agree to this so you will have to arrange it yourself!!! Increase your selenium intake to 1,000 mcg/ day and your vitamin E to 1,200 to 2,000 IU/ day; take 5-10 alfalfa tablets (Alfachlor) with each meal in addition to the base line nutrition program. Take two ounces of an aloe/O2 drinking the morning when you awake and two ounces before retiring, take betaine HCI and pancreatic enzymes at 75-200 mg t.i.d. Before meals. USE YOUR PDR FOR ANY MEDICATION; “YOUR ORTHODOX” CARDIOLOGIST WANTS TO PRESCRIBE FOR YOU! Don’t take any medication you do not fully understand! Remember 40% of all patients are in the hospital because of iatrogenic disease (doctor mistakes in medication or surgery). Get back into your walking and/ or swimming program as soon as you can.
By Dr. Wallach