HOW TO GET WELL THE DRUGLESS WAY
First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983
Updated © Dennis Rocke 2022
Arteriosclerosis is a thickening and hardening of the walls of arteries that lead to a loss in their elasticity. This is the most common form of heart disease. As the arteries grow older they undergo a thickening of their walls. In some people this occurs earlier and more severely than in others, probably through hereditary circumstances.
A fatty deposit of cholesterol called atheroma appears in the lining and walls of effected arteries. At a later stage it is possible to find deposits of calcium salts in the affected areas.
When this hardening has become well established, there is little evidence that a reversal is possible, but caught at an early stage, with the right treatment, containing it is a possibility.
FACTS ABOUT ARTERIOSCLEROSIS
Young men who are, muscular and tend to put weight on after 25 years of age (heavy muscle type), are more susceptible to premature coronary attacks than a slender, poorly muscled man.
High blood pressure is always a possibility, when there is a coronary disease,
especially in women. This hypertension (high blood pressure) is a further burden on the heart.
The best way to predict the likely people to suffer from heart complaints is to look at family history. Also from weight gain after the age of 25 (from over eating), whether there is high blood pressure and levels of cholesterol in the blood. Cholesterol levels in the blood can fluctuate greatly due to the influence of emotion and other factors.
Again as with angina pectoris, a 7 day fast once every 4 months is beneficial and should be carried out as explained at the end of PART 2 in this book. As with Angina Pectoris keep taking the vitamin E during the fast.
Follow the same dietary advice for arteriosclerosis as Angina Pectoris.
Daily Supplements (Recommended)
3,000 mg daily
1.000 iu daily
3 tablespoons a daily