About Me: Male, 76, Sarnia, ON, member since Dec 2012
73 year old senior, with moderate to serious heart disease. Attempting to reverse discovered plaque build up in arteries, approx 1 year ago) primarily through plant based diet (Dr Esselstyn's nutrition based program), exercise, vitamin/antioxidant supplements, and educa
[More]ting myself. I am not taking any prescribed medication. My weight is ideal (no belly fat, etc.) Blood pressure is good (115/65); pulse is good (~60bpm). Cholesterol is in the 160 range, I have not experienced chest pain/ angina as such but stomach pressure occurs if I overexert physically. I have had an angigram and have the written report but need some help fully understanding the exact location of the three main coronary artery stenosis - so I will be looking for definitions which I seem unable to find readily in dictionaries.
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