Next case study is a well know lady by the name of Dr. Gail Clark chief cardiologist at W. St. Louis County group of hospitals not to mention chief cardiologist for the St. Mary’s Health Center in Richmond Heights St. Louis County. She died at the age of 47 of a Heart Attack. Yes, you guessed it, a Cardiomyopathy Heart Attack. What trace mineral do you think that she was deficient in? I’ll leave that one up to your imagination.
Last case study is a great athlete by the name of Reggie Lewis who played for the Boston Celtics. Not only was he a great athlete who worked out regularly, didn’t swear, use four letter words, avoided drugs, never talked badly about another person and was loved dearly by his teammates, family and friends, not to mention he was in excellent physical condition as well. In April 1993 he collapsed during a game with the San Antonio Spurs. His diagnosis was Cardiomyopathy. Since Reggie was in excellent physical condition he survived the first heart attack. The Boston Celtics paid 12 Cardiologists a million dollars each to save Reggie. Well guess what? On July 28, 1993 Reggie died of Cardiomyopathy. That is 12 Million Dollars they spent to save Reggie when all they had to do was send a medical student to the library to read on Cardiomyopathy and learn that for 20 cents a day they could have given him selenium supplements. Does that make sense to you? For the sake of common sense they just had to pay a few cents a day to maybe save Reggie from a massive heart attack. I am talking about preventing heart disease and curing cardiomyopathy by a natural remedy. If you want to prevent a Heart Attack make sure you are getting some selenium in your weekly diet.
Now what foods are rich in Selenium you may ask. Well Brazil Nuts have the highest concentration of Selenium not to mention Sardines, and Tuna. Yes meats have a small percentage of selenium but nothing compared to the amount your heart may need to keep it pumping regularly and sytematically like it is suppose to. Please prevent heart disease by making sure you are feeding that heart muscle of yours the proper trace minerals needed as well as lots of exercise, consuming beverages with a high ( ORAC ) value and not eating foods with alot of hydrogenated oils, trans fats and preservatives. Don’t forget about resveratrol to fight free radicals building up in the blood, not to mention prevent atherosclerosis which is a hardening of the artieries. So eat more dark grapes, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries. Now about the Heart. It is the strongest muscle of the human body but it needs the proper food to keep it functioning well. Take Care of your Heart and your heart will take care of you.
By the way here are some Heart and Stroke Prevention tips just for you. Carnitine Fumarate, Selenium, Resveratrol and Garlic are some ot the best nutrients, supplements and minerals you can take to prevent Heart Disease. These are just some Heart and Stroke tips I leave with you.