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Health Products - Angioprim

Angioprim Cleaning

Angioprim is marketed as a product to reduce arterial plaque and assist the heart and circulation and has proven popular with those desperate to stave off heart disease and speed recovery following heart surgery. It also claims to cure Alzheimer's disease and high blood pressure.

The Angioprim marketers claim that over 60 years of scientific research have proven that the active ingredient in Angioprim helps promote cardiovascular health. Angioprim's synergystic combination of amino acids is formulated to improve the body's ability to reduce plaque build up and calcification. Angioprim removes the calcium "glue" from the plaque and is dissolved, leaving artery walls clean. The kidneys then excrete Angioprim along with the now-harmless calcium and cholesterol.

But according to the American Heart Association, scientists began a study on chelation in the 1960s, but it was stopped after two of the 30 patients died and the others showed no improvements on the therapy. More recent studies of the therapy found that EDTA is only as effective as a placebo. No scientific data exists to prove the benefits of chelation therapy, according to the American Heart Association, American Medical Association, American College of Cardiology, and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. The FDA has not received any proof of the effectiveness of chelation therapy and does not endorse it.

The marketers advise

When using Angioprim, do not take any food supplements and nonprescribed drugs, oatmeal, cranberry juice, Gatorade, sports drinks, protein shakes with minerals. No fish oits or Omega 3 or Flax seed oil. Do not take Vitamins or other supplements with Calcium or Minerals as they cause plaque. Avoid high calcium foods like milk, tofu, and cheese during the cleansing phase. No food or liquids for 20 minutes after last dose.

Conclusion

Angioprim may help a minority of users, but its high price and unproven success makes it an uncertain venture. Given the dietary advice for using Angioprim, it seems more likely that the change in diet alone would be beneficial although oatmeal is recognised as a food tat helps to lower cholesterol.

If you are concerned about your heart health,  moving to a fat free organic vegetarian diet will in itself help to improve your overall health.

Further reading:
How to become heart attack proof

References:
The foods we eat
Healthy eating for illness prevention and recovery
Ehow on Angoiprim

 



 

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