The Causes Of Heart Disease And Lack Of Cure By Modern Medicine

Heart disease just didn’t develop out of nowhere to that extent as is today. There are more medications available now than ever before. Yet illness and heart attacks are increasing and not being cured with all its expert knowledge and the many available increasing drug medications. When you look at the skills of our surgeons around the world, they are able to remove organs from one body to replant into another most successfully. Which is a wonderful achievement and yet there is no cure for simple high blood pressure.

When a medication described for high blood pressure and the patient is on the same medication or similar still years later, or for the rest of his life as many being told, surely this is not a cure, is it? There is information, statin drugs don’t lower blood pressure nor prevent heart disease. If drugs would be so good why is heart disease still the number one killer today? High cholesterol is often talked about by the medical profession, is it really such a big issue though? It just has become an endless parade of pills used only to treat symptoms, not to cure. Doctors don’t read independent research reports; they only read drug companies sales literatures. Why is it that drugs don’t cure? There is a very good reason for this but it is not a humane one. There is little or no money in cures and prevention. The goal is not to cure, instead to treat people with expensive patent drugs over a long period. Preferably as long as they live because that’s where the big money is.


In a cholesterol study in Japan, researchers couldn’t believe to find the highest deaths occurred in people with the lowest cholesterol levels. One of the major studies published in the journal of critical care have found that reduced cholesterol and triglycerides levels caused a 90 percent increased risk of death within 30 days of following a heart attack. Another fact come out of this which found people taking statin drugs to lower cholesterol were over 80 percent more likely to develop diabetes. Also a survey taken by a cancer research centre of 900 women aged 50 to 70 who been taking statin’s for 10 years or longer has doubled the risk of breast cancer.

Heart Attack

As in cholesterol, this been confirmed, LDL cholesterol does not cause heart disease. According to findings the most people who die of heart attacks and strokes have normal and low levels of cholesterol. What that also means a high level of cholesterol is not necessary the reason for a heart attack. So the theory of cholesterol and heart disease is mostly false.

However, the trigger of heart disease, cholesterol may indirectly be involved in heart disease because of a change in nature of one of the LDL cholesterol particles. What this means, LDL cholesterol being made up of two types of particles, A and B. Type A is described as a fluffy buoyant particle that safely moves around the arterial. It will do no damage to the lining of the arterial walls nor will it be making any arterial plaque. However, type B is a smaller particle. It is most prone to oxidation, and when this happens it becomes sticky. Because of its sticky effect it can embed in the lining of the arteries. Plaque is starting to build and damages the arterial linings, which becomes blockage to the arteries. This is where inflammation creates free radicals. This in turn damages the linings of the arteries and oxidizes the LDL particles. This is the combination needed to set the arterial plaque into motion. Inflammation is like an octopus with its tentacles and the cause for many chronic diseases.

About Cure Rather Than Treatment

Alternative health has gained momentum over the years because it prevents illness and is better in curing the core problem. This is what you can do to protect your heart and health in general. The fact is, and there is no denying of it, the most sickness is food related or the way food is prepared; this can also include how food is grown in some cases (GMOs).

Limit and avoid processed foods as much possible, which contain refined vegetable fats, sugars and chemical additives. Avoid all sugary drinks that include most fruit juices. A very important point to always keep in mind to avoid anything that has sugar. Sugar is the culprit, not salt as thought over the last few decades of misinformation, although don’t use table salt, only natural salt. Most of our wheat today has a chemical that damages your gut flora and can trigger many chronic diseases.

Include in your diet plenty of fresh organic vegetables and fruits, the more the better. You should have also such foods as fatty meats, butter, cream, and cheese, at least in moderation. These won’t hurt you. Animal fats neither raise cholesterol nor causes heart disease, nor will it make you obese; our body needs fat. Make sure your body stays hydrated, don’t force down water but drink plenty when thirsty and the odd glass between meals, not with your meal. Get moderate exercise at least four to five days per week, even just go for walks. Avoid extreme exercise as this can increase inflammation and free radicals that can damage your arterial linings and oxidize your type B LDL particles.

We all could be much healthier if we learn more, gain knowledge, find out what the body needs because the body is able to do its own repairs.