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Orthomolecular Solutions to Heart Disease
by Chris Gupta

..."According to the Pauling/Rath 1994 United States patent, the amino acid lysine (lysine analogs), along with vitamin C (ascorbate) and other antioxidants (e.g. Co-Q10, vitamin E and vitamin A), can, in sufficient concentration, inhibit Lp(a) binding to exposed lysine residues. Proline residues are also exposed by lesions in blood vessels. Later experiments showed that proline as well as lysine, with vitamin C, other amino acids and antioxidants, in oral amounts well past what is needed for prevention, becomes a solvent by inhibiting the binding of Lp(a). A binding inhibitor augmented with vitamin C can stop and apparently even reverses some plaque formations. Pauling and Rath even have a second U. S. patent for using these binding inhibitors as solvents to melt atherosclerotic plaques from human organs during organ transplants. The organ is dipped in the Lp(a) Binding Inhibitor solution and the plaques melt away".

There is also a link to the 17 page patent that is held.

My research so far has shown that there is nothing else documented that is known to man that will reverse plaque formation. If this is correct then why hasn't this been shared with the public through the mainstream media which seems to always report about the new drugs but never the side effects?

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