Tuesday, 21 November 2017 15:52

The NutriMedical Report: Hypertension and Heart Disease

Written by Dr. Bill Deagle
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Hypertension is the measured change in pulse and resting phase pressure in the peripheral circulation. The heart is pumping against blood vessels, that should respond to the heart. In a healthy circulatory system, blood vessels provide about three quarters of the pump action moving blood, oxygen and nutrients to peripheral tissues. All of the blood flow back to the heart results for the peristaltic wave of contraction of veins back to the right side of the heart. The right heart only pumps to the lung fields to pick up oxygen.

To lower blood pressure we must improve blood vessel secondary wave of contraction, and support mitochondrial metabolism that makes up three quarters of the muscular middle layer, responsible for flow. To lower blood viscosity is essential, reduce free radicals that make vessels stiff with oxidized plaque from fatty acids and cholesterol that has be damaged. Singlet oxygen radical, hydrogen peroxide radical, and nitroperoxide radicals must be quenched. A byproduct of inadequate methyl group transfer from folate, B12, and methyl group deficiency is homocysteine which must be reduced to prevent vessel wall injury.  Cholesterol is not dangerous to the artery, but small particle HDL and VLDL3 can be swallowed by macrophages and die becoming plaque forming foam cells. They release local molecules that can cause fibrin and platelets to aggregate like tar on a shack.

Do not take cholesterol lowering drugs as these reduce myelin in the brain, lower adrenal and sex hormone levels, and can cause reduced cardiac Coenzyme Q10, the spark of heart conduction. You must take a functional medical support formulas that balance all the above while not causing harm. Lower blood viscosity, while reducing plaque, without blood blocking drugs that can cause catastrophic bleeding.  To lower blood pressure requires an orchestra of molecules, including non-crystallizing unique CoQ10, heavy metals and free iron reducers, free radical blockers, anti-inflammatory fatty acids EPA/DHA without solvents or heavy metals, and mitochondrial contractile support of heart and most importantly blood vessel to maintain and improve tissue perfusion. For a FREE protocol for hypertension, or any other medical and  or anti-aging issue contact Dr. Bill --  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tune in M-F to the NutriMedical Report (2-5pm Central) live on GCN; our call in line is 877-317-6432.

Be Well, 

 

Dr. Bill. 

 

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Doctor Bill Deagle is a guest contributor to GCN news. His views and opinions, if expressed, are his own. Doctor Deagle, MD, is a member of The American Academy of Emergency Medicine, The American College of Sports Medicine and The American Anti-Aging Association. His radio program, The Nutrimedical Report, is nationally syndicated live, M-F (2:00 pm - 5:00 pm - central time) at GCN. Dr. Bill's array of nutraceuticals are available at www.nutrimedical.com.