These feature articles covering many ways of preventing and healing heart disease naturally.
Vol. 14, No. 1
Magnesium Deficiency: What Your Doctor May Not Know
Igor Tabrizian, M.D., writes that magnesium is important for over 300 enzyme systems in the body. That makes it the most important metallic cofactor.
Your Heart: Why You Should Pass on Bypass
Julian Whittaker, M.D., writes, “Looking to me for an ‘intelligent’ discussion of Bill Clinton’s recent bypass surgery would be like asking me to discuss ways to rid your house of termites with only a twelve-gauge shotgun.”
Vol. 14, No. 5
Chelation Therapy: An Alternative to Bypass Surgery
Dean Baxter’s speech to the American Academy of Medical Preventics is an outstanding first-person story that provides hope to anyone whose doctor recommends bypass surgery. Baxter’s physicians attempted to scare him into having bypass surgery but Baxter, who found at the last minute that chelation could prevent such surgery, “escaped” from the hospital. He found a doctor who used chelation therapy, which reversed Baxter’s cardiovascular difficulties.
Vol. 15, No. 1
Bypassing Heart Bypass: The Wonder of Chelation Therapy
Kern Stafford’s doctor came rushing into the office and exclaimed that Stafford had a life threatening heart condition and must have immediate cardiac catheterization. Stafford refused the operation and chose dietary changes and chelation therapy instead. His story of healing.
On Staying Tuned
Scott Miners notes that the heart is capable of perceiving the joy of love as well as simultaneously feeling compassion for the troubles of oneself and others in the world.
Vol. 15, No. 2
Heart Care: Fats, Oxygen & Other Natural Remedies
Thomas Cowan, M.D., writes that the heart senses what is in the blood and then calls forth the necessary hormones so that homeostasis is maintained and the cells can function optimally.
Vol. 16, No. 2
The Biggest Culprit in the Heart Disease Pandemic
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., states that in 2004, Time magazine told the world that there’s just one problem with the cholesterol hypothesis: “sometimes it’s dead wrong.” Ellison explains.
Vol. 18, No. 1
The Heart and Soul
Berta Hines, M.D., writes about the connection between heart health and soul connection.
Vol. 18, No. 2
Maintaining a Healthy Heart Rhythm
Chris D. Meletis, N.D., notes that over two million Americans live with heart rhythm disorders, and suggests several simple remedies to naturally reverse the condition.
Vol. 18, No. 4
Blood Pressure Control
Chris D. Meletis, N.D., using scientific findings, extols the virtue of three nutrients used to control blood pressure.
Vol. 18, No. 5
High Cholesterol: The Scapegoat of Cardiovascular Disease
Journalist Michele Lee presents evidence that those in the medical field saying high cholesterol is not the cause of cardiovascular disease are correct.
Cancer, Cholesterol & Statins
Professor Brian Scott Peskin offers research showing that LDL cholesterol is not to blame for the health problems frequently attributed to it, but that the culprit is often defective food oils.
Vol. 18, No. 6
Cancer & Heart Attacks: The Role of Polyunsaturated Oils
Researcher Wayne Martin convincingly shows specific connections between diet and health, and contends that polyunsaturated oils play a central role in the rise of cancer and heart disease.
Vol. 19, No. 1
Over-the-Counter Natural Cure for Poor Cardiovascular Function
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., asserts clot-busting drugs like Plavix are less desirable than a natural remedy that supports cardiovascular health.
Vol. 19, No. 4
Why Statins Don’t Help
Sarah Cimperman, N.D., shows how cholesterol researchers have uncovered evidence of questionable gains and serious side effects related to statin drugs.
Vol. 19, No. 5
Coconut Oil, Cholesterol and Blood Sugar
Bruce Fife, N.D., reviews how coconut oil benefits cholesterol ratios and coconut flour lowers the glycemic index of foods and helps prevent cancer.
Vol. 19, No. 6
Natural Remedies for Lowering Blood Pressure
Scott Miners presents numerous nutritional solutions proven to reduce oxidative stress, make arteries more flexible and help to balance blood pressure.
Vol. 20, No. 1
Heart Disease Absent in Coconut-Eating Population
Bruce Fife, N.D., analyzes the significance of a study involving an indigenous people who thrived on large amounts of coconut.
Vol. 20, No. 2
The Truth About Good and Bad Cholesterol
Bruce Fife, N.D., explains that all forms of natural cholesterol are good, and it is oxidized cholesterol that causes health problems.
Vol. 20, No. 4
Reversing Heart Disease with a Vitamin
Daniel Cobb, O.M.D., discusses proven evidence that a single commonly available but essential vitamin reverses heart disease.
Vitamin C and Heart Health
Hyla Cass, M.D. and Jim English, show that collagen is necessary for the repair of blood vessels, and why it needs quantities of vitamin C.
Appreciation and the Resonance of the Heart
Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., Raymond Trevor Bradley, Ph.D. and Dana Tomasino, B.A., present research showing that the heart function is strongly electromagnetic and includes intelligence processing.
Vol. 20, No. 5
Healing the Quantum Heart
Deepak Chopra, M.D., discusses heart disease in the context of quantum emotions, and asserts the importance of healing the emotional heart.
Vol. 20. No. 6
Cholesterol: The Essential Molecule and The Adverse Effects and Overuse of Statins
Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., explains in-depth the importance of cholesterol in the body and how statin drugs inhibit vital physical functions.
Coconut Water as Effective as Statin Drug: A Brief Research Note.
Vol. 21. No. 1
The Real Cause of Heart Disease?
Uffe Ravnskov, M.D., states that studies of elderly people have shown high cholesterol is not a risk factor for coronary heart disease and LDL is useful and important. What really causes heart disease?
Vol. 21, No. 2
Nutrients that Reverse Cardiovascular Disease
A personal story by David Cramer showing how Vitamin C, proline and lysine helped him heal.