Herbs known to help heal your Heart,
Reverse Plaque and make you healthy.
At the end of this page will also be 2 great videos you should watch for heart failure reversals!
Inflammation and Insulin are the true problem not the FAT that has gotten a BAD Rap.
Omega 7 (250mg)
Omega 3 (250-500mg)
Grape Seed Extract
Restveratol (500mg ) or 17 red grapes
*Cinnamon (4 g)
Vit C (1000mg)
- Helps with dissolving blood clots-
L-Arginine (500mg) x 2 per day
L-Carintine up to (2000 mg)
Niacin Non-Flushing (500mg)
IP-6 & Inositol
This has been known to inhibit calcification in the arteries and reduce as well
Proline, Lysine, and Lp(a)
Proline & Lysine will help you lower your Lp(a) if high
When the blood vessels incur damage, binding sites that were previously buried inside the collagen are suddenly exposed. Their purpose is to bind to passing cholesterol (including Lp(a)) in the bloodstream, thus initiating the creation of a clot. These binding sites primarily expose two amino acids: proline, and lysine.
Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling’s theory is that we can use this information to decrease Lp(a) essentially by competition: lysine and proline supplementation can bind circulating Lp(a), thus preventing it from binding to the exposed binding sites in damaged blood vessels. Meanwhile, the Vitamin C can go to work healing the damage.
Chelation & Resveratrol
removes toxins and shown to help remove calcification
* D-3 (5000 mg) no more than
- *D-3 Vitamin
- Experience has shown that for most people, depending on the time of year, a daily dosage of between 2500 and 5000 IU of vitamin D3 is the best way to maintain a healthy level of 50-60 ng/ml of 25(OH)D in the blood.
( D-3 in combination with K-2 puts calcium in the bones where it belongs)
K-2 MK-4 short life span goes to tissues 5 mcg - 45mcg
*K-2 MK-7 longer life span 300mcg
Recommend the following dosages of vitamin K2:
45 mcg vitamin K2 per day:
- for people, who take anticoagulant medications
- minimum supply for healthy people under the age of 50, who do not take additional vitamin D3 as a dietary supplement.
- 100 mcg vitamin K2 per day:
- For healthy people under the age of 50, who do not take any additional vitamin D3
- For all people, who take up to 2500 IU vitamin D per day
- *200 mcg vitamin K2 per day:
- For people with a family history of cardiovascular disease or osteoporosis
- For people, who have first symptoms of cardiovascular disease or osteoporosis
- for all people, who take more than 2500 IU vitamin D per day.
please consult your doctor before taking vitamin K2.
Since our bodies have an absolute necessity for vitamin K in order to keep our bones healthy and our arteries clean, we recommend not taking anticoagulant medication that acts on the basis of vitamin K inhibition - please ask your doctor to prescribe another anticoagulant that works independently of vitamin K.
If this is not possible, you can still take 45mcg of vitamin K2 every day. Studies show that this dosage does not influence the effect of blood-thinning medication and creates no risk that blood clots will form.
Vitamin K2 also activates matrix GLA protein (MGP), which is responsible for the regulation of calcium in the arterial walls. MGP is the most effective inhibitor of arteriosclerosis and can only be activated by vitamin K2. A lack of vitamin K2 therefore leads inevitably to hardening of the arteries.
Without activated GLA proteins, calcium migrates uncontrollably from the bones into the arteries, where it promotes arteriosclerosis. In the absence of vitamin K2, calcium circulating in the body that has been absorbed from food by vitamin D is also deposited in the soft tissues of the body and in the arteries, leading to arteriosclerosis.
Vitamin D3 should therefore always be taken in combination with vitamin K2. These two vitamins work together synergistically and ensure that calcium obtained from food is deposited in the bones and not in the arteries.
Helps reduce inflammation - reduces plaque and brings down your
Blackseed Cumin Seed
*Tocotrienols - will help reduce your CRP score by 40%
*CX8- will help reduce or eliminate calcified plaque
and order supplement from
*Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
Cold Pressed Polyphenol PPH above 325 the higher the better
3-8 Tablespoons per day .
I mix it with low sodium V-8 juice suggest at least 3 tbls , it has been said that
up to 8 for older >65 years of age has shown even greater results. However, if you need to watch your calorie count 8 tbls. would put that count to 960 calories.
I do 3 tbls and that is what I recommend and has had great results.
1 oz. of EVOO = 120 calories but it is good kind of fats.
A great place to have the right type of olive oil dropped shipped to you is the
*Pomegranate Juice 2 oz. per day
Mothers Apple Cider Vinegar 2 oz. per day
All supplements to be used as directed or by your health care professional
Dr. Joseph Marcola, Dr. Stephen Sinatra,
Dr. Russell Blaylock, Dr. Chauncey Crandall,
Dr. Dennis Goodman, Dr. Ken Berry, Dr. Robert H. Lustig
Dr. David Brownstein, Dr. Eric Berg, Dr. Scott Sanders
Dr. Annette Bosworth aka Dr. Boz, Dr. Mark C Houston
Dr. Philip Ovadia, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. William Davis
Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Assem Malhtra , Dr. Ford Brewer
Dr. Maria Teresa Silva, Dr. Phil Hammond, Dr. John D. Day
Dr. Barbara H Roberts, Dr. Pardeep Aujla, Dr. Eric Westman
all are practicing MD's and or Cardiologist
these are just of few that I mention!
Note: * marked with * has shown to reverse plaque buildup
Remember to add your CRP and PLAC (Lp-Pla-2) test to your blood-work
these are great indicators of INFLAMMATION in your arteries.
CRP < 1.0 Low Risk / PLAC <200 Low risk
All other herbs shown to help build a strong heart and strengthen your arteries which will make them pliable and not stiff.
Helps with Blood pressure etc.
Always remember to check on interactions with any Medications you are taken and confer with your doctor.
If you have questions please contact myself.
Below is an Actual CAC score after following the protocols
Here is an Example of what is possible. This was an individual with 2 Lesions and after doing the protocol went to a ZERO SCORE
Below the Results
most recent individual I helped
most recent individual I helped
About Your CAC Score
A calcium score (sometimes called an Agatston score) is calculated based on the amount of plaque observed in the CT scan.
It may be converted to a percentile rank based on your age and gender.
The results from your cardiac scoring will be sent to your doctor.
Your likelihood of having heart disease or a heart attack correlates with your calcium scoring.
The lower your calcium score and percentile rank, the less likely you are to have a cardiac event comp one you may have a to other men or women your age.
Make sure to know how many deposits/lesions you have. Say you have a high score over 400 see the number because if you have several deposits they will be totaled to say 400 and the blockages may range in the 25 to 45% range as an example.
As to say just a 70% blockage with one legion.
Please refer to the more drop down tab and then to blockage percentages or continue on this page further down!
Calcium Score Results (Agatston Calcium Score)
Watch the below video on reducing calcified Plaque
Featuring Dr. Arthur Agatston and Ivor Cummins
Know the difference of soft plaque vs calcified plaque
CAC scores of 100 or higher mean an individual has plaque present in the coronary arteries and a much higher risk of a heart attack than indicated solely by his cholesterol level and other risk factors. The higher the CAC score, the more plaque is present.
Calcified plaque indicates that heart disease has been present long enough for an inflamed lesion to heal and calcify. The CAC score is like the tip of an iceberg, whereas the soft plaque is what’s under the surface. What’s really dangerous is the soft plaque, and experts estimate that there is approximately four times as much soft plaque present as hard, or calcified, plaque.
When soft plaque ruptures, it’s similar to having a pimple inside the artery that breaks open. The body responds by forming a clot to heal the lesion, but if the clot is large, it blocks the artery off completely, quite suddenly, and can cause a heart attack or sudden death.
The presence of calcium in the arteries of the heart is an excellent measure of the presence of what is called “subclinical” atherosclerotic disease and leaders in cardiovascular prevention now would equate these CAC scores to a coronary disease risk equivalent…
Just know soft plaque builds up in the inner walls of the vessel between the layers. When calcification occurs when the inner wall of such has ruptured and now the calcification process takes place to put it in the simplest of terms.
Soft plaque is like say pouring bacon fat down your sink and begins to narrow the arteries no test current to check for this except if you do your CRP test and Lp2a test these are inflammation markers and if they are out of range the odds are you have soft plaque. Monitor you BP and pulse rates.
Cut and paste the link below great explanation of what has been stated above:
The purpose of the test is to understand your risk of heart attack or disease, taking preventive or corrective measures based on the results.
If you have any plaque present (a score greater than 0), your doctor may make recommendations for lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking, eating better and exercising more.
The higher your score the more treatment your doctor may recommend.
If you have a high score, make an appointment with a cardiologist.
If you follow the suggestions on this page on reversing plaque as shown above within 6 months to a year there is a high probability that those results will be much much better if not totally removed.
An artery with 0% we call angiographically normal coronary arteries. The artery appears smooth with no irregularity.
The reason we call it that is that although it looks normal by angiogram, and there is clearly no significant heart blockage, there may be deposition of plaque in the walls of the artery that can’t be seen on this test.
That can still progress over time, and it’s why patients at risk of coronary artery disease should still pay close attention to minimizing the risk factors for this despite no visual heart blockage and an apparently “normal” angiogram.
Indication of percentage of build -up on your artery walls:
An artery with mild/some blockages that are in the 20-40% range.
Typically, we call heart blockage less than 40% mild.
Such blockages are clearly not causing restriction to blood flow and therefore very unlikely to be causing symptoms.
It is important to note, however, that there is clear evidence here of progressive coronary artery disease and such patients need aggressive attention paid to risk factors for coronary disease (cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, blood pressure etc.), appropriate medicines, and healthy lifestyle changes such as exercise, weight loss and dietary modification.
Paying close attention to these things can prevent progression of heart blockage and help to stabilize it.
Don’t forget, it is often the mild heart blockage that can become unstable and burst, leading to a heart attack.
amount of heart blockage is typically that in the 40-70% range, as seen in the diagram above where there is a 50% blockage at the beginning of the right coronary artery.
Usually, heart blockage in the moderate range does not cause significant limitation to blood flow and so does not cause symptoms.
Moderate coronary artery disease is treated much in the same way as mild disease, basically attention to risk factors, medications, and healthy lifestyle modification.
Occasionally, heart blockage at the higher end of the moderate range (50-70%) may require additional testing to see if it is significant or not and may be responsible for symptoms.
heart blockage is typically that in the greater than 70% range.
This degree of narrowing is associated with significantly reduced blood flow to the heart muscle and can underlie symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath.
In the diagram above, an 80% blockage can be seen at the beginning of the vessel.
This is actually a bypass graft in someone that has had bypass surgery.
The severe heart blockage caused symptoms and was treated with placement of a stent as can be seen in the picture.
Sometimes, bypass surgery is required in the setting of multiple severe blockages.
I will say if you have a 70% blockage or more your cardiologist may wish and recommend a stent. If this is the case I would say go do it. I rather you not suffer a MASSIVE HEART ATTACK as I did.
I say this because that 70% or more can break off and block blood flow to the heart and that heart muscle dies immediately and you only have 50% chance of surviving a Heart Attack so don't risk it!
From the FIRST SIGN of a Heart Attack you only have 90 minutes to make it to the ER chew an aspirin this help thin your blood and call 911.
The result of the test is usually given as a number called an Agatston score. The score reflects the total area of calcium deposits and the density of the calcium.
- When calcium is present, the higher the score, the higher your risk of heart disease.
Zero: No plaque. Your risk of heart attack is low.
1 - 10: Small amount of plaque. You have less than a 10 percent chance of having heart disease, and your risk of heart attack is low.
11-100: Some plaque. You have mild heart disease and a moderate chance of heart attack. Your doctor may recommend other treatment in addition to lifestyle changes.
101 - 400: Moderate amount of plaque. You have heart disease and plaque may be blocking an artery. Your chance of having a heart attack is moderate to high. Your health professional may want more tests and may start treatment.
Over 400: Large amount of plaque. You have more than a 90 percent chance that plaque is blocking one of your arteries. Your chance of heart attack is high. Your health professional will want more tests and will start treatment.
See below some great videos
"Keto Reverses Heart Failure. Eric Westman at Ketofest 2022"
"Dr. Steve Phinney - 'Inflammation: Its Role in Chronic Disease and Reversal by Nutritional Ketosis'"
Link below will show pictures and give good explanations on why to be concerned with such scores:
Below is the plaque process