How To Have a Healthy Heart, Part I: Take "Vitamin L"

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  1. Catherine Paplin says:

    Joy, I saw your email, took a moment to read this, and couldn’t stop reading Part I of the heart health interview. This is fantastic — you’re knocking my socks off. Excellent site, great idea, top hole writing and reporting. - Catherine

  2. Insufficient potassium and vitamin B-1 (thiamin) can not damage the heart significantly when both are deficient. This has important safety implications when supplementing each during heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, beri-beri, or diabetes influenced by the deficiency of one of them. It is extremely important to know which kind of heart disease is involved. You may see this discussed in detail in http://charles_w.tripod.com/kandthiamin.html
    Copper is crucial for strength of arteries because of its role as part of lysil oxidase, which cross links elastin tissue. A deficiency is probably the main cause of aneurisms and therefore many strokes, hemorrhoids, and many bleeding problems, as well as high blood cholesterol. You may see how to increase copper from food in http://charles_w.tripod.com/copper3.html and a discussion of copper physiology in http://charles_w.tripod.com/copper.html.
    Sincerely, Charles Weber

  3. Joan Bell says:

    Enjoyed this interview. It was helpful to me in general and helpful in specific ways as well. Thanks for bringing honesthealthnews.org to my attention.
    J

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