francisunderwood wrote:Why does this forum put up with so many trolls? Its astounding to me the number of them. I think some might even respond to themselves.
guitarplayer007 wrote:pamojja wrote:guitarplayer007 wrote:I'll give til April 1st which will be a 12 months, if my calcium score hasn't decreased then we know it was a total failure.
There was one forum called 'TrackYourPlaque' by Cardiologist Dr. Davis, which specifically measured their calcium score for assessing their progression or reversal from approaches taken. Too bad not many here get calcium scores, so we can't really know how Pauling Therapy broadly fares in this respect.
I do know that even with the standard of care (statins, etc) coronary calcium grows at about 30% yearly rate. At TrackYourPlaque the most common experience was that CAC score decelerated first, lets say to 20% the first year, 10% the second year. And in Dr. Davis own clinical experience in his patients - with a deceleration below 15% per year - he never saw an adverse event. Real reversal in the sense of decreasing CAC, that is very rare indeed. Maybe 1 in a hundred at TrackYourPlaque.
Medically even deceleration of CAC score is a thing impossible. Your determination for fool's day is really a joke.
Plant based Dr.s get actual reversal as measured though pet scans and angioplasty. I may have to go that root again although I prefer meat but if I don't see reversal when I do my calcium score in April I'll have to go plant based. And like I said you rarely see people on here saying YES my angina is gone,
guitarplayer007 wrote:You're wrong, when the arteries heal the plaque is supposed to be released back into the blood according the tests Dr. Rath. Otherwise you wouldn't get relief from angina if the plaque didn't get reduced. Are you sure your talking about heart disease. I saw you mention joint pain?
guitarplayer007 wrote:OK I've been taking vitamin K2 since April, but how much is the question. I take 2 capsules of super K with advanced K2 comolex. I'm realizing this vitamin C isn't the panacea I thought it was for people with advanced cvd. I'm realizing there might not be a cure or at least some reversal for me. It's obviously a lot more complex then just taking vitamin c.
Thanks for your help
guitarplayer007 wrote:You know I'm taking all supplements that are in his book
guitarplayer007 wrote:Yes probably more in fact
guitarplayer007 wrote: BTW why are you such an censored?
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