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THIS IS AN EARLY QUOTE FROM OUR CHEARLEADER

PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 8:42 pm
by Gordon
Gordon, that is me, needs to "hang In" until we can get our "Procedure" compelted.

HOW DO YOU DO THAT.?????.

Here is what is suggested.

PLEASE other Elders, as well as all... BUILD ON THIS


cheerleader wrote:Hey Zap-
I wrote the paper to address how nitric oxide disruption causes hypercoagulation and inflammation and vasoconstriction in the blood vessels. Stanford's Dr. John Cooke has a terrific book on this for heart patients:
The Cardiovascular Cure
We discussed how the same program was beneficial for MS patients (even before Zamboni's work was published) in terms of endothelial health and nitric oxide balancing- He's a terrific doctor, and at the forefront of endothelium research...and the man that introduced me to Dr. Dake.

Things that disrupt nitric oxide and cause vasoconstriction:
lifestyle: smoking, eating saturated fats, not enough physical exercise, stress (cortisol) lack of vitamin D, lack of vitamin B12, high glucose
toxins/environmental: heavy metals such as cadmium in drinking water and mercury in amalgam fillings, diesel exhaust, pcbs in plastics, pesticides

Vasodilators:
niacin, B12, vitamin D/sunshine, omega3 oil
proteolytic (protein eating) enzymes such as nattokinase, serrapeptase, bromelain
high-powered antioxidants such as quercetin, EGCG
herbs/spices like garlic, curcumin, ginger, ginseng
lifestyle: aerobic exercise, meditation, tai chi, laughter, deep breathing

Maybe add a list of medical, chemical dilators, Zap? That's not really my area...but folks may want to know-
cheer

PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 7:15 am
by Cece
Thanks for posting this, Gordon. Lots to avoid there....

PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 7:42 am
by HappyPoet
Excellent post. I didn't see this information before.

Can high altitude be considered a vasoconstrictor?

PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:00 am
by Cece
HP, I think high altitude comes into play because there is less oxygen at high altitudes? I've been affected by that: once as a child hiking Mt. Haleakala, and once as an adult hiking Mt. Haleakala (after which I had optic neuritis, bam!). My advice: don't hike Mt. Haleakala. ;)

PostPosted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 1:40 pm
by HappyPoet
No worries there, Cece ... I can't even climb my front steps, lol.