Healing your Arteries
Lets go over some physiology. Arteries are muscular tissue. They flex and contract with the pulsing of blood so they need to stay strong yet pliable. The arteries that are stressed the most in the whole body are the medium-sized ones that feed the heart muscle. They come right off the aorta which is the large artery that is the exit for all the blood that goes to the body.
The reason why they are the most stressed arteries is because the heart NEVER STOPS BEATING. These arteries are constantly being flexed by this action. If they are not nourished and healthy, they start to get small splits in them like an aging car tire.
If these splits are not repaired, then they get packed in with a gummy substance that acts like a plastering agent. This plastering agent is called cholesterol the artery tissue may also become weak and balloon out.
There is some debate about whether or not this is truly the cause of heart attacks. Another theory says that the tiny capillary arteries get diseased and as a group, starve a section of the heart muscle. These capillaries are so small, only one red blood cell can get through it at a time and they do not get clogged with cholesterol. They get polluted with toxins or become deficient in their essential nutrients so they don’t work like they should.
There is a nutritional deficiency that causes the arteries to age and split. It is Vitamin C deficiency.
Vitamin C acts like glue to hold tissues together. It keeps the arteries strong, yet pliable. A deficiency of Vitamin C can be seen first as micro-tears in the arteries. These tears become larger and larger and bleeding becomes more prevalent and profuse. Excessive bleeding is first seen in the jaw and gums because chewing is a harsh action done often. This is scurvy!
Sailors often died from scurvy until it was discovered that limes, oranges and other citrus fruits prevented it. Limes were good for long sailing trips because they had a long shelf life. This is why sailors were called “Limeys”.
When there is a deficiency of Vitamin C, the body packs cholesterol into those cracks. It’s like putting toothpaste into a hole in the drywall before painting it. It doesn’t belong there, but “it’ll do” until you actually fix the problem. This cholesterol patch becomes plaquing and it builds up, especially when you eat unnatural fats that are “sticky” like margarine, corn oils, and vegetable oils. Natural fats slip right on by without sticking. This includes animal fats, lard, tallow, butter and dairy products.
Vitamin C reverse cholesterol plaquing.
Some heart patients take vitamin C but never get better. Some source of vitamin C are better than others.
Standard Process Cyruta Plus is made of the juice taken from the leaf of the buckwheat plant which is the greatest source of Vitamin C. The key is: It is WHOLE FOOD VITAMIN C, not the synthetic version (ascorbic acid).
Here’s the catch! Food manufacturers have convinced our government to say that Vitamin C is ascorbic acid. Only it isn’t! This is an intentional misunderstanding of basic science. It has fooled nearly everyone. The truth is ascorbic acid is only a small percentage of the Vitamin C molecule. It is the outer protective layer like the paint on your car.
Research is done with synthetic ascorbic acid, not the real Vitamin C. That’s why research on ascorbic acid is only “promising”, “inconclusive”, “might work” or “controversial”. If they used the whole food vitamin C, there would be no doubt that it works.
Is your vitamin ascorbic acid label over 10 mg? If so, it’s not the whole food vitamin C. It’s hard to find a pure vitamin C product at a health food store. Even the good ones are “enhanced with bioflavinoids” which indicates it’s not pure.
If you have adequate vitamin C and healthy arteries, your cholesterol can be 400 (which is considered high) and have no plaquing and no diseased arteries. Also, half of people who have heart attacks have normal cholesterol.
There is NO research out there that proves that cholesterol causes heart attacks.
Many people improve the condition of their heart and arteries with whole food vitamin C. Cyruta cleans and repairs their arteries and reduces pain.
Avoid the foods that cause arteries to split, tear and plaque. They are sugar and starches like white flour products that are commonly consumed.
Vitamin C competes with sugar to get into cells, but sugar is heavily favored. In other words, sugar crowds vitamin C away from cells.
Eat whole foods rich in Vitamin C like bell peppers and limes. It doesn’t take a lot. A sailor only needed a little lime juice per day! This is a revolutionary, applicable, inexpensive solution for a national scourge.
Disclaimer: The nutritional products that is described here does not interfere with any drugs. It can be done concurrently. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.