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#361 PatrickW

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 06:32 PM

I think over all you are aces. You are very disciplined with your diet. You take a boat load of heart healthy supplements. 

 

 

The only other thing you could possible do imo is look at chondroition sulfate and adding a lot of very high polyphenol olive oil.

Awesome and thanks for the Chondroitin Sulphate tip!  I will definitely be adding that to my supplement list after reading this NIH review: https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC6238215/

 
It's a very lengthy article, but some key quotes are, "Chondroitin sulphate reduces the incidence of coronary events in patients with coronary heart disease....We observed a drastic reduction in the area of arterial atherosclerotic plaques in ApoE KO mice treated with CS."

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#362 smithx

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Posted 27 September 2020 - 07:04 PM

I would suggest that you add MK4 as well. There are papers showing that MK7 and MK4 help with different types of plaques. 5mg of MK4 per day seems like a reasonable starting point -- in Japan 15mg/d is prescribed for osteoporosis in women, so a 5mg dosage is actually fairly conservative.

 

 

This is what I'm taking for now.  I just started working with a Natural Medicine doctor, so I may fine tune things a bit in the coming weeks:

 

Alpha Lipoic Acid 250mg 2X /day - Anti-Inflamatory, Antioxidant, hearing repair

Bronson Super B Complex 1 pill at night.
DHEA 50mg 1x morning (hormone booster)
Glutathione 500, 2X day, (antioxidant, hearing, boosts immunity)
Hawthorn Extract 600mg 2X day for blood pressure
Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract, 1200mg twice daily (arterial plaque reduction).
L-Carnitine 1500mg   2X day; (for Lipoprotein(a) reduction, also helps recovery after heart attack).  Also good for HF hearing.
L-Lysine 3,000 mg 2X /day, binds to LP(a) in blood so it does not fill cracks in arteries.  Can also draw out LP(a) already adhering to artery wall in plaques.
L-Proline  1500mg 2X /day; (for Lipoprotein(a) reduction). Like L-Lysine, binds to LP(a) in the blood so less will stick to arterial walls.
Nicotinamide Riboside (NR), 300 mg, morning dose (anti-aging)
Palmitoleic Acid (Omega-7), Organic Sea Buckthorn oil, 500mg twice daily : Plaque and inflamation reduction
Phosphatidyl Choline, 830mg /day, (Helps cell membranes remain youthful, particularly arterial, heart, and brain cells)
Pomegranate Extract 500mg 2X day, Plaque reduction
Quercetin with Bromelain, 1,600 mg / 330 mg (2 pills), twice daily, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory effects
Resveratrol 200 mg/day, morning and night dose (anti-aging)
Turmeric Curcumin 2,250 mg 2X day for inflamation - Best taken with some fatty food for absorption. A VERY powerful anti-inflammatory.
Ubiquinol 200 mg, 2X per day, More bio-available form of CoQ10, Protects arteries from damage, anti-oxident, heart-healthy
Vitamin C Time Release 4,000mg 3x day, keeps arteries smooth and flexible via collagen replacement, repairs damage before LP(a) can get in and form plaque.  
Vitamin D-3, 10,000 IU /day in single morning dose  /Blood pressure reduction;
Vitamin E, 200 IU, 1X per day morning dose
Zinc Picolinate 30 mg twice daily.  Thorne brand; immune function, helps heart muscle, reduces oxidative stress on heart muscle tissue, helps Vitamin E and Glutathione work more effectively
Pycnogenol 100 mg 2X / day, Centellicum 257 mg 2X / day, for arterial soft plaque stabilization.
200 micrograms of K2 as MK7 each day with food.
15 mg of K2 as MK4, Thorne brand in liquid form.

 

 

 



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#363 PatrickW

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Posted 27 September 2020 - 07:42 PM

I would suggest that you add MK4 as well. There are papers showing that MK7 and MK4 help with different types of plaques. 5mg of MK4 per day seems like a reasonable starting point -- in Japan 15mg/d is prescribed for osteoporosis in women, so a 5mg dosage is actually fairly conservative.

Thanks Smithx - I already had MK4 on my list at the very bottom - I just listed the dose first so it probably didn't stand out.  I'm actually up to 30 mg per day of the Thorne brand of MK4 in a liquid oil dropper - 1 mg per drop (so it's a little tedious to dose, but I trust the brand and oil probably gets absorbed really well).  Now that it has been a year after my heart attack and I'm off the Brilinta blood thinner they had me on for the two stents they implanted, I'm also now finally taking 200 mg of Nattokinase and 60,000 SPU of Serrapeptase.  I have read so many good things about Nattokinase that I'm really happy to be finally able to take it.  This 2018 NIH article was particularly encouraging:

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC6043915/

 

Both Nattokinase and Serrapeptase have to be taken on an empty stomach first thing in the morning to reach the intestines without encountering stomach acid, otherwise they will be ineffective.  I'm using the Now brand which I also trust a lot, but I don't think the pills have any sort of coating to protect them on the way to the intestines, which makes dosing on a completely empty stomach then waiting 30 minutes or so before eating essential.  But I'm open to advise on other brands from anyone who is also taking Nattokinase and Serrapeptase and has done some brand research to determine what's best.


Edited by PatrickW, 27 September 2020 - 07:47 PM.


#364 Gal220

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Posted 28 September 2020 - 01:00 AM

Those companies specializing in enzymes, normally they enteric coat the serrapeptase.

 

Arthur Andrew Medical

Biomedic Labs

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IEnzymes

 

Both Jarrow and Arthur Andrew Medical claim natto can get past without any protection with water and an empty stomach

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Edited by Gal220, 28 September 2020 - 01:01 AM.

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#365 PatrickW

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Posted 28 September 2020 - 02:07 AM

Those companies specializing in enzymes, normally they enteric coat the serrapeptase.

 

Arthur Andrew Medical

Biomedic Labs

AST

IEnzymes

 

Both Jarrow and Arthur Andrew Medical claim natto can get past without any protection with water and an empty stomach

.

Awesome thanks very much Gal220!







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