On May 10, I took my mom (74 years old) to the ER because she thought she was having a heart attack. Enzyme levels verified this. She had an angiogram/angioplasty, and was released after three days with the following Rx's:
Plavix 75mg 1QD
Isosorbide 30mg 1QD
Zestril 10mg 1QD
Atenolol 25mg 1QD
Nitro 0.4mg prn
As she was having difficulty breathing the next day, he also Rx'd Furosemide 40mg 1QD, and Potassium CL 10meq 2 BID.
She had been taking nutritionals, but we started her on your Cardiac Protocol, immediately. Within 30 days, the cardiologist discontinued her Plavix. By June 25, he discontinued all but the Zestril and Atenolol.
On July 24, she went in for a treadmill. She BARELY made it to three minutes (he had to coax her the last 30 seconds). He told her that we could take a passive approach and just play it low-key, and watch her for chest pain, or take a more aggressive approach and do another angiogram to see what's going on. After deciding that she didn't want to be "tired" the rest of her life, she opted for the angiogram.
The test was completed. The cardiologist found that her heart is "building its own by-pass". He said she has two "crimps" in an artery (can be seen on the picture), which is cutting off the blood flow...however, it's also building new arteries "around the bottom and up" to supply the area of her heart that's not getting what it needs. He said she could have by-pass surgery if she wanted it, but that he STRONGLY advised against it, as the risks far outweigh the benefits, and her heart is doing this on its own...same basic thing...au naturale which will take a little longer than surgery, but with far fewer risks.
I have always believed that the body could take care of itself, if it's given the tools it needs to do it. I can't thank Dr. Strand enough for your protocol. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!