How many here have had heart attacks or suffer chest pains? I have had two of them, and was suffering chest pains daily. Doctors found about a dozen blocked major arteries and heart damage. Did nothing. No stents. Discovered there are there drills and lasers that unclog arteries. Those were developed in the late 90s.
What did I do? I could have taken nitro for chest pains each day and simply hope I wake up each day. Studies I have read say that even though nitro opens the artery, it eventually destroys the artery if you keep taking it. I also cut the fat intake. Then I discovered arginine and a few other supplements that open arteries, hopefully without destroying them.
Anyone else have a dozen or more blocked arteries? My doctor says that's nothing! Apparently there are so many major arteries to keep me alive, I am expected to last another 20 years. If it were you, what would you say abuot that?
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