Aspirin and PT

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#46  Post by Frodo » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:11 am

TommyTurtle wrote:My measures are in nmol/L - apologies - the different measurements in different countries can be quite confusing...

OK! I was just surprised. 165 and only 70.000 IE. But 165 nmol that are only 66 ng. We have (my wife too) 100 ng. That are 250 nmol (ng x 2,5 = nmol value). Jeff Bowles level reached to 150-200 ng. And the baywatchers have levels between 250 and 300 nmol.

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#47  Post by Joanna45 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:18 am

I take 2000mg of vitamin D and my level are 50 I think that is a good number for me

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#48  Post by Frodo » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:24 pm

Joanna45 wrote:I take 2000mg of vitamin D and my level are 50 I think that is a good number for me

Hello Joanna
If it is 50 ng, it's OK (60-80 is better). If it is 50 nmol, it is not a good number.

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#49  Post by skwoodwiva » Fri May 26, 2017 4:39 pm

Frodo wrote:
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ddimeo wrote:Hello Frodo,
...I got on to PT and DMSO (5ml/1x/day). The PT to keep my arteries healthy and reduce the cholesterol and DMSO as a pain killer, has additional benefits for the heart and is also a great to scavenger free radicals and so on. Read the book called "DMSO:Natures Healer " by Morton Walker.


I used to use DSMO externally for muscle pain (not any more now that I take Dribose).
Is it safe to swollow?

My Lpa went from 30 to 13 in 3 mo of PT. My EF is 50-55 from 30-35 (1 mo out from CABG on Nov 3,16)
Intrigued....

What have you done, to increase your EF?

The first rendition on My PT journey
viewtopic.php?p=47459&sid=3747e4a9a3fbe1484b96caedf04af7ec#p47459

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#50  Post by Tomasz » Tue May 30, 2017 10:10 am

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Joanna45 wrote:Frodo
I have been on Pauling Therapy since last June..my Lipoprotein a was above 100 the doctors wouldn't goive me the exact number...2 months ago I had it redone at a private Lab. My doctor would not order it..because he did not want me on the Pauling Therapy..but it was the only thing that worked ..I was quite sick and needed help fast ..so glad I found this site it saved my life..so I'm not sure how long it took for the Lpa to come down but it was that low after 8 months.

Today I've got my new blood levels. Lp(a) dropped down to 49 mg/dl. PT works. Since February Lp(a) did decline from 100 to 86, and now 49. Great! Now I'm sure to decrease it lower 10.

Hi I ma new in your forum . Can you tell me what product you are taking to lower LP(a). I am taking already 5 months 15g viit c and 6g lisyne and 3 gr praline but I have still high lipoprotein(a) over 150. Can you help me?

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#51  Post by Frodo » Tue May 30, 2017 11:26 am

Look at the topic "German trying PT to drop Lp(a) without success". There you can find the complete story. And note the answer from johnwen. I take now 10-20 grams C Powder, 6-8 grams lysine and 1,5 grams proline. Additional 1-2 grams niacine. Next blood test in July.

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#52  Post by skwoodwiva » Wed May 31, 2017 10:32 am

Frodo,
Do you know your blood type?
I have noticed As and ABs doing will on a vegan, low fat, high carb diet.
Conversely, the same types trying to go paleo & their A1c rises.
The digestive enzyme IAP is lowest in these people and highest in Os followed by Bs.
I wonder if Lpa is impacted similarly.

BTW, I need to apologize to zarfas for flaming him as I did. I see this better now & was not polite as well...

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#53  Post by Frodo » Wed May 31, 2017 12:15 pm

I don't know. And I've never heard or read that it is important for Lp(a). I'm on Paleo since 5 years. My hbA1c is 4,8%. And all my other blood values are optimal. Only Lp(a) is/was high. According to Linus Pauling and Matthias Rath, I believe Lp(a) is a surrogate for vitamin c.

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#54  Post by skwoodwiva » Wed May 31, 2017 12:54 pm

Give blood or get the Swedish card tester kit.
Make a fool of yourself for 1 mo on the blood type diet. You have nothing to loose...

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#55  Post by Frodo » Wed May 31, 2017 1:52 pm

Sorry, blood type diet? Our ancestors and all animals did/do not know blood type diet. They ate/eat genetic correct. I am not interested and don't want to know the "blood type diet" too.

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Re: Aspirin and PT

Post Number:#56  Post by Frodo » Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:19 am

Since 4 weeks I've cut aspirin completely, and I'm going on only with PT, additional omega-3, vitamin e and other vitamins, opc, amino acids and so on. And last but not least: a lot of exercise.


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