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I have heart disease and my chlestrol is very high. What diet should i maintain ?

i have heart disease . my chlestrol is very high. i need to watch my sodium intake and lower my chlestroll i ne is low sodium. and a diet to lower chlestrol the same in diets if you have suggestions in foods and menues please help me
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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You can reverse heart disease with vitamin C and Lysine. Statins cause Cardiomyopathy Many heart medications make patients worse. Specifically, the statin cholesterol lowering drugs (e.g. Lipitor ® and Zocor®) are known to block the synthesis of Coenzyme Q10 leading to muscle myopathy and heart failure. Higher dosage of the statin cholesterol lowering drugs (80 mg) are increasing the cases of heart failure and cardiomyopathy. We believe that this causes resistant Angina pain - pain that is not eliminated by the Pauling vitamin C/lysine therapy. Blood Thinners (Coumadin/Warfarin/heparin) Common blood thinners block vitamin K causing rapid calcification of soft tissues.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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