What are the best non-medicine alternatives to combat and reverse heart disease?
What do you know about the "do's" and "don't" when it comes to recovering from heart failure? I'm concerned about the side effects some medications have and so far my research shows there are non-traditional, wholistic approaches that claim to even reverse heart disease. What do you know? My dad is in the hospital and I'm trying to help my mom do some research...thanks!
I am sorry to "hear" about your dad, Seek-n-Find.
I would assist your dad by walking with him as much as possible (realizing that his heart is weak and he is in recovery). I truly believe (although I am no medical doctor or for that matter even a fan of Holiday Inns) that walking will do wonders for him. In addition if you can possibly complete this by walking along nature trails with forests, fields and wildlife I believe this will "lift his spirit" at the same time. It will enable the potential for contemplation and at minimum more peacefulness which will aid him significantly. Keep in mind by you walking with him it ill have a most significant and positive impact...
i used a herbal recipe to cure hearth disease.
1 A cup (150 ml) garlic juice
2 A cup ginger juice
3 A cup of lemon juice
4 A cup apple vinegar cider
Mix all four and heat on a low flame about one hour.Let the mixture to cool.
Mix three cup honey and take one teaspoon (5 ml.) three time daily before breakfast,lunch,diner.
It cure a lot of disease like hearth problem high bp body pain
if a diabetic patience want to take this recipe then he can take it without honey
Oh wow! I'll have to check this out--have you used this personally and found it to work? Thank you!
I can only speak from my own experience.
I had a blocked artery and was given Lipitor and similar, but soon found them to be destroying my muscles and nervous system. I flat stopped taking them, changed my diet to fresh fruits and vegetables, plus rice bran, omega-3, flax seed oil, lecithin, CQ10, folic acid (B9), plus lots of water and moderate exercise. From feeling like death warmed over, I pulled out of it and now (6-years later) feel healthier than I have in nearly 20 years.
Of the above combination, I don't know what did the most good, but I bet it was water, exercise and drastic change of diet to fresh fruits and vegetables. I'd stay away from the new GMO stuff, too.
Medical doctors are smart in the Rockefeller type medicine based on petroleum-based drugs and surgery, but know very little about health maintenance. Cures are anathema to Big Pharma, because they jeopardize profits. These days, I don't trust them at all.
My last primary care physician in the States told me I'd be on a purple pill for acid reflux for the rest of my life. Got rid of that with change of diet, but also digestive enzymes.
Don't overdo exercise. I found that an easy mistake. Take it slow and listen to your body, but keep upping the amount as comfortable. Listen to your body as you do it.
Hope this helps.
So helpful!!! I really appreciate this--I think this will be of great encouragement for my parents to hear. Thank you!
Really a good suggestions.If we change our life style we can cure our all disease. Every persons purchase disease himself and pay lifelong.
In order to reverse heart disease, you need to know what first causes it. Heart disease is caused by a build up of fat and cholesterol that blocks the arteries. Also, heardened arteries are a factor. To turn this around, going on a vegetarian diet is necessary. The fats you will consume from a vegetaried diet are good fats which will not build up in your arteries. And a vegetarien diet has no cholesterol. It will also unharden your arteries.
Dr. Sinatra is "the holistic" heart doctor. Among his recommendations include Co q10, and l-carnitine, and fish oils. Both necessary for heart health, and heart energy. It is a cumulative effect of a bad diet,or lack of vital nutrients, and an overabundance of sugar, and bad fats that lead to heart disease. A slow and steady approach is the best as suggested by lone77star. I have angina, so I take one aspirin, and a Coq10, l-carnatine supplement. http://www.amazon.com/MRM-Co-Q10-L-CARN … +carnitine
There are other supplements that contain these vital nutrients for the heart, or may be purchased separately. I hope this helps. I have written an article on the subject, http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/Heart … irculation
The biggest problem lies in the food we eat, which is one of the primary causes for all the major afflictions, one of them being heart disease.
I would strongly recommend you check out what Mary-Ann Shearer (author of The Natural Way) says about this, and also The China Study by Colin Campbell and Thomas Campbell.
Take hope, there IS hope, but it's usually not found in what the doctors and specialists say. Also have a look at Umlingo WamaNgcolosi Lifestyle Juice (people have given testimonies about this organic juice healing AIDS, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, stomach ulcers, etc.)
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