THE TOOTH ABOUT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE by Cathy D. Slaght
Along with stress related to Chong Mai, Western Pathogens also came up yesterday as a form of stress related to cardiovascular disease.
This is referring primarily to infections of the mouth- gums, teeth, tonsils and sinus- which, by the way, often give no symptoms.
Some experts- Dr. Thomas E Levy, for example- believe these infections are responsible for more than 95% of all heart attacks as well as being a significant factor in breast cancer.
In fact, Dr. Levy states infections in the mouth cause a VAST MAJORITY of disease.
His book- Hidden Epidemic- gives further information.
Also check out what Dr. Sydney Bush has to say- (known by some as the Winston Churchill of optometry) Unfortunately neither of these authors have books on scribd.
But, there's no question that about half of those who suffer from CVD don't have the standard “risk factors”- - high cholesterol, hypertension, smoking, obesity- so -
It could be oral infections. 10-15% of the population, for example, has periodontal disease in advanced forms.
Being that this site is all about taking control of one's own health, which would include oral care- where to start?
First- simply with awareness.
Then- along with finding a good dentist, it looks like vitamin C, possibly in therapeutic levels, should be part of any wellness plan.
This is where technology such as the SRC can be invaluable- we're all different in the way we absorb and utilize vitamin C- so should probably check ourselves for resonance.
For example, I resonate with getting a few vitamin C infusions. On the other hand Dr. Levy has a highly rated vitamin C that I simply want the IMAGE of.
More information tomorrow on whether or not CVD could be, as some now believe, an advanced form of scurvy!
Meanwhile, for today the group is working with the ISSUE SOLVER on this. Our TOP TEN points of stress - etheric, not physical, related to CVD: (the lower the number the more significant)
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