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Diabetic, heart attack, decreased weight. Taking ecosprine, dytor, ranx, ivabrad, lenoxin. How to remove blockages?

Dr My father is a Diabetic Patient and had Heart attack before 3 month and he has Lad 40 % blocked D1 is 100% blocked, Ostial Ramus is 100 % Blocked Distal LCx has 30% Disease Om1 Has 70%Stenosis PLV has 30% Disease PDA has Mild Disease Please tell me How to remove Blockages by Naturally From Food or any types of .....Suitabally on Diabeties also My father weight is too much decrease after all this please also suggest any tips to improve Health Continue medicine:- 1. Ecosprine Forte 20 2. Dytor 10 mg 3. Ranx 500mg 4. Ivabrad 5mg 5. Lenoxin 6. Aciloc
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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you can control progression of blockage and to some extent you can decrease amount of blockage
by life style modification
as your father is dibetic ,follow diabetic diet
your diet should be low fat ,high fibre diabetic diet
take good quntity of green leafy vegetables , avoid sweets , oily food , fried food item , egg yellow , backery product , ice cream ,fruit like banana , mango , custard apple , red meat ,organ like liver ,kidney brain etc
reduce weight till his BMI in between 20 to 25
good control of dibetes (sugar level) and blood pressure
regular walking
take medicine regularly
avoid any form of addiction (quit tobacco use in any form its must)
take care

Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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