Instructional Video – Cardiovascular disease

this film is a summary of our new understanding of the causes of cardiovascular disease arterial calcification the cause of heart attack and stroke is an early form of the Selassie disease scurvy here we're looking inside an artery shown in cross-section as an aid to understanding two important structures are visible firstly the outer ring of the arterial wall consisting mainly of collagen and other connective tissue molecules this ring of connective tissue is covered with a cell layer which represents the real barrier between the bloodstream and the arterial wall these cells are also known as endothelial cells in vitamin deficiency particularly vitamin C deficiency two important structural changes occur in the arterial wall firstly the connective tissue ring begins to dissolve because due to the vitamin C deficiency not enough collagen molecules can be formed anymore secondly the vitamins are also lacking as bioenergy substances for the cells causing loss of function and shrinkage between the individual cells millions of microscopically small cracks form if it Amin C is completely lacking in humans the arterial wall breaks open within four to six months and blood leaks out of the blood stream now we can understand how the sailors of earlier centuries died after four to six months of a diet deficient in vitamin C they literally bled to death in this sequence of pictures you can see how similar the development of arterial calcification is to the processes involved in scurvy nowadays a total lack of vitamin C is very rare but nearly everyone suffers from a dietary vitamin deficiency over decades the complete breaking open of the arterial wall and subsequent bleeding to death as occurs in scurvy is an exceptional occurrence what actually happens is that over many years and decades the arterial wall gradually becomes weaker here to millions of tiny cracks develop in the arterial wall because this all happens more gradually than in scurvy that is over years and decades the body has time to react the liver produces extra repair substances such as lipoproteins small particles which transport fats shown here in yellow these penetrate between the cells into the arterial wall and try to repair it if this process continues more and more blood fats and other repair substances penetrate causing the formation of the much-feared deposits if this plaque forms and the coronary vessels this eventually blocks the coronary arteries and causes a heart attack in the arteries which supply the brain with blood these deposits eventually cause a stroke in the next sequence of pictures you can see the healing effect of vitamin C on the arterial wall if there's an adequate supply of vitamin C these vitamin molecules penetrate the damaged areas of the arterial wall via the blood stream and repair it Bitterman C stimulates the production of collagen molecules and the collagen ring which gives the blood vessel its main stability regenerates the microscopic cracks between the endothelial cells also heal just as the damage caused by scurvy can be reversed by an optimal supply of vitamin C deposits in the arterial walls can also be broken down this doesn't lead to a complete breakdown of the deposits in every case but these self-healing forces are activated in those parts of the arterial wall which are capable of regeneration as occurs during the healing phase in scurvy as the deposits are naturally broken down the vitamin C molecules present in the diet penetrate the arterial wall via the bloodstream and repairing the deposits of further blood fats and other repairs substances in the arterial wall thereby become superfluous not only that the fat particles which are already deposited there are flushed out of the arterial wall this breakdown takes place molecule for molecule over a period of several months it is therefore a biological process rather than a mechanical one in contrast to the balloon catheter and other mechanical procedures whereby pieces of tissue often block the blood stream the natural vitamin aided breakdown is a gentle risk-free process the blood lipid molecules which are flushed out are transported in the bloodstream to the liver and burnt up there that is disposed of in a natural way in the breakdown of deposits in the arterial wall not only vitamin C but also the amino acids lysine and proline play an important part these amino acids form a type of Teflon layer around the blood lipid molecules and contribute to their release from the deposits in this way the deposits in the arterial walls are gradually broken down in a natural manner this natural breakdown of the arterial calcification has now been confirmed in clinical studies in these studies the optimal provision of vitamin programs developed by us ended arterial calcification within one year in some cases there was a complete breakdown of the deposits if you look at these pictures it soon becomes clear that a new medical epoch has begun and that bypass surgery and balloon catheters will rapidly become things of the past


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  3. The "millions of cracks" in the endothelial wall are called "leaky junctions" in academic biology. LDL and macromolecules such as acute phase reactants and clotting factors can't get into a healthy endothelium because the junctions are just too small. It is when it becomes unhealthy that the cells shrink and cause holes (leaky junctions) through which LDL easily gets through. It is called the "3-Pore Model." Vitamin C certainly helps prevent leaky junctions.

  4. if people only knew the many benefits of vitamin c and other vitamins which can cure many illnesses, then there is no need to be dependent on so many artificial meds made by powerful pharmaceutical firms. everything is natural and no artificail!

  5. This is the worst video I've ever seen. Vitamin C might be important, but it won't cure or prevent cardiovascular disease.

  6. Several types of cardiovascular disease are caused by genetic disease. E.g. see

  7. This really is a brilliant video, I don't think people quite realise how powerful vitamin c really is!

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