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Cardiovascular Health

Discussion in 'Ask For Help or Advice' started by Jing, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. Jing

    Jing Member

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    How do you increase cardiovascular health when exercise makes you feel bad? I get depressed,moody,headaches,bad fatigue,sleep gets worse,stomach pains and just generally feel bad if I try to exercise even light exercise.
     
  2. StephanF

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    Search for my posts regarding Zeta Potential.

    Stephan
     
  3. TeaRex14

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    Well, CO2 is probably the best protector of the body, this includes the heart and arteries. CO2 is a vasodilator which opens up the blood vessels and allows them to relax, improved CO2 levels also causes better utilization of oxygen on a cellular level. Better utilization of O2 will help dissolve plaque buildup on the arterial walls. There's various ways to improve CO2, the best of which is probably to just take thyroid (or pure T3). In addition to improving CO2, thyroid has other benefits as well, like preventing lipid peroxidation and reducing serum cholesterol by converting it into pro metabolic hormones. Broda Barnes had major success at preventing CAD (and heart failure) with desiccated thyroid, 94% reduction. Mark Starr, who still treats patients today with thyroid, has had a 100% success rate at reducing artery disease. Besides CO2 and/or thyroid other things that are cardio protective are sugar, aspirin, vitamin k2, magnesium, coffee/caffeine, pregnenolone, cyproheptadine, red light, low PUFA diet, and generally anything else that lowers stress and increases oxidative metabolism.
     
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