Cardiac Disease Prevention & Recovery
Contrary to current medical dogma, cholesterol is not and never will be the cause of cardiovascular disease.
It is related circumstantially, however. It is a sign of underlying inflammation, which is the cause of arteriosclerosis. Inflammation from high blood sugar, poor quality fats, toxins and low blood oxygen content causes damage like rug burns on the arterial lining called endothelium. Cholesterol can be thought of a spackle for the injured arterial lining. In order to stabilize cholesterol plaque to prevent an acute cardiac event, we need to reduce inflammation. We address these underlying issues that cause inflammation, promote elevated cholesterol, and cause disease to help you achieve optimal cardiovascular health.