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How to fix clogged arteries?

How to fix clogged arteries?

Alternatives: Surgical intervention works very well but if you want an alternative to surgical intervention, there are diet and exercise programs for reversing heart disease. There are centers that specialize in this type of treatment. Two of many examples are the Nathan Pritikin Resort and the Dr. McDougall Health and Medical Center. These programs really work and have good research behind them. ...Read more

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Artery (Definition)

Arteries are a type of blood vessels. We can divide blood vessels into 2 categories. Arteries are high pressure vessels which deliver (red) oxygen + blood out into the body. Veins on the other hand or low pressure vessels which return (dark) oxygent - blood from the body ...Read more


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What are artery clogging foods?

What are artery clogging foods?

Simple carbs...: Read a book like the south beach diet to understand how this happens. It is too complex a response to answer in 400 characters. It was written by a cardiologist in florida. Don't try to follow the diet exactly, just learn what foods have a high glycemic index and avoid them. ...Read more

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How do you unclog clogged arteries?

How do you unclog clogged arteries?

Many things to do:: Tx for clogged arteries generally starts with a healthy diet, regular exercise which both can lead to good weight. Tx also starts w/ stopping smoking, if pt smokes. Except for aspirin, most medication used to tx clogged arteries are prescription only. All meds & tx, including aspirin, should be used under direction of ur doctor given the risks (ex bleeding from aspirin), need for monitoring, etc. ...Read more

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Could I have clogged arteries at 30?

Could I have clogged arteries at 30?

Clogged arteries: Well, it is possible if you have diabetes, high bad cholesterol, obesity, high blood pressure and strong family history, some studies suggest that a high level of Triglyceride may raise the risk of heart disease especially in women, if triglyceride is higher than 400 I would be worried about my Pancreas ...Read more

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What will clear out clogged arteries?

What will clear out clogged arteries?

Not much: there may be some reversal if the cholesterol level is decreased. But usually the damage is done when the blockage is seen. ...Read more

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Medical can you reverse clogged arteries?

Medical can you reverse clogged arteries?

clogged arteries: There are studies showing reversal of atherosclerotic lesions in a small percentage of aggressively treated patients with atherosclerotic lesions. It takes diet, exercise and usually high dose statins and getting lipids quite low. ...Read more

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What are important artery clogging foods?

What are important artery clogging foods?

High calories: Consuming more calories than the body needs will end up by building fat in the body and probably accelerates atherosclerosis. Of course consuming fatty food like junk food or red meet , diet with high sugar contents and not eating enough vegetables and fruits will also cause high cholesterol and more blockage in the arteries . Diet is important factor in atherosclerosis along with other diseases. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of clogged arteries?

What are the symptoms of clogged arteries?

Depends on where: Since clogged arteries can occur in many places in the body, symptoms will depend on which arteries are clogged. If they're in the heart a person may feel chest pain and have a heart attack. If they're in the leg, there may be pain in the calves while walking. Clogged arteries in the neck or brain can lead to a stroke. If the artery to an organ gets clogged it can lead to failure of that organ. ...Read more

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What is the very best way to clean clogged arteries?

What is the very best way to clean clogged arteries?

Prevention: There are no medications known to clean plaque from arteries. There are medications such as statins to prevent plaque progression and can stabilize a plaque. If a plaque progresses to the point of causing symptoms, procedures may be required to open up the blockage, or bypass it. ...Read more

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