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The chest pains are gone. As well as all the classic symptoms of a heart attack. Weight has come down, cholesterol has come down. I have been on a full exercise regimen and I have had nary a problem or 'moment' mine and Carol's pet name The last blood work done, except for what my doctor considered a bit high sugar level, was excellent.
HDL is still low at 34 but I have not taken Niacin which was suggested-I figure the longer I exercise it will slowly get back up to a good level. It is so nice to feel whole again! Not having to feel the heart beat, or suffering palpitations that takes your breath away every 5 minutes or so, the tightness, the 'symptoms' of a heart attack 24 hrs a day 7 days a week!!
I am very grateful for finding Heart Technology, you, and people who have come before me, that tried the product and have had success in regaining their health also! Here's to continued good health!!!!
I also have informed my Dr. June Owen I have been taking heart technology for 5 years since I was diagnosed having a heart disease. My last angiogram shows no progression in those blockages. Regards Dhiren October 18, My wife has been on heart tech for 15 months now 1 jar HT after 3 bypass.
After only 3 days and onwards I believed that I was feeling some small benefits, but today, 12th. January, I have been for a brisk walk of approx. I could not have done this walk, prior to January 3rd.
Without considerable angina being noticed, to the point where I would not have considered attempting the exercise. I am absolutely thrilled, and after telling my Wife, Daughter and Son, I felt that I had to tell you, and say thanks.
I will continue as recommended and advise again around the end of January. Many, many thanks for you responding to my initial Email. Regards, October 18, Dear Mr. Fonorow, I know that you already must have a mountain of testimonials attesting to the value of the Vitamin "C" and L-Proline L-Lysine therapy, but I am sure you won't mind reading one from me, since my experience with heart disease may vary from that of many others.
My story includes a favorable response to Atrial Fibrillation. This procedure, improved the standard of my daily life for several months, until it was discovered that my artery had closed again.
Another angioplasty was performed, and this time a stent was inserted to hold the artery open. I continued to enjoy life to the full, but a year or two later, my heartbeat became very irregular. I have suffered from high cholesterol around for many years, and when I took Leschol to improve this condition, I went into Jaundice, and was admitted to hospital for treatment for two weeks.
It was subsequently diagnosed that the Leschol, together with a combination of other drugs that I was taking for high blood pressure, was the cause of my jaundice. Eventually, some years later, my irregular heartbeat condition progressed to Atrial Fibrillation, and I was given Sotolol in the hope that this would help with my problem.
Subsequently, I underwent a Cardioversion procedure. This put my heart back into sinus rythm for about five months, when it became necessary for me to have another Cardioversion. This in turn lasted for maybe two months, when I was once again, back in Atrial Fibrillation.
Since Solotol was no longer helping me, my doctor decided to discontinue its use, and instead, prescribed Amiodarone. A week later, I underwent my third cardioversion, and this time I was in S. However, within a weekI found that although I was no longer in Fibrillation, my heartbeat was irregular.
After about six weeks, I still had an irregular heart beat, and so I added L-Proline to my Lysine intake, and within quite a short time period, I discovered that my heart was in S.
When it continued in this state for a couple of weeks, I decided to attempt to wean myself off Amiodarone, since I was aware of its proclivity to cause severe side effects. I had started taking mg of this drug daily, and over a period of several weeks, slowly reduced its intake, until I was taking only 50mg every second day.
Just over a week ago now, I stopped this drug completely, and I am still in S.In medicine, hypertriglyceridemia denotes high (hyper-) blood levels (-emia) of iridis-photo-restoration.com a part of lipid management, it has become a major medical problem.
This website is intended to help you manage your own care, ask the right questions, insist on adequate management and information, and seek an optimal outcome for yourself as an informed patient. Perhaps it will even help the health. DETERMINATION OF ASCORBIC ACID IN VITAMIN C TABLETS BY REDOX TITRATION Background reading: Harris, 7th ed., Chap.
Skoog et al., 7th ed., Chap. 18; Introduction Iodine is a versatile redox reagent because its potential falls in the middle of the range of potentials.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid and L-ascorbic acid, is a vitamin found in food and used as a dietary supplement. The disease scurvy is prevented and treated with vitamin C-containing foods or dietary supplements.
. EXPERIMENT 6 DETERMINATION OF ASCORBIC ACID IN VITAMIN C TABLETS BY TITRATION WITH POTASSIUM BROMATE • Grind and homogenize the 3 vitamin C tablets in a mortar and transfer the powder to a dry (include lab title, your name, your section, and unknown #) • Purpose (be brief, 1 paragraph).
"Well, I don't know that there is a need for a randomized prospective, double blind controlled trial when you get evidence of this sort, the value of large intakes of vitamin C and also of lysine for preventing the deposition of atherosclerotic plaques, and preventing death from cardiovascular disease.".
determine the vitamin C content of a vitamin tablet by taking advantage of the redox reaction between I 3− and ascorbic acid. Suggested Schedule Lab 1 Dry KIO 3 and prepare your solutions.
You may wish to finish your titrations on this day. Lab 2 Finish your titrations. Make sure you understand how to do your calculations before you leave .