Coronary Heart Disease

Coronary calcium scans assess the degree of calcification in the cholesterol plaque of the coronary arteries using CT scanning. The coronary calcium scan has not caught on as a screening tool, probably because there are no drugs to dissolve the calcium in coronary arteries. Allopathic medicine continues to use ineffective calcium channel blockers, statin drugs, and stents (which then require lifelong blood thinners) as their treatments of choice. In my world, when there’s excess calcium deposited in arteries, it means a relative lack of magnesium, and magnesium is a treatment for calcium buildup in the body. Here is a report about the reversal of carotid artery calcification with ReMag:

My wife had open-heart surgery 2½ years ago due mostly to hypertension and obstruction of the coronary arteries. After being on ReMag and ReMyte for several months her blood pressure had dropped from 180/95 to 110/60. Her last echocardiogram showed a healthy and strong heart with an ejection fraction of 60 percent. The last ultrasound of her carotid artery showed a 30–40 percent lessening of calcified occlusions. This is all amazingly good news.

Excerpt From: Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D. “The Magnesium Miracle.” Apple Books.

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Nick is a retired research analyst with over 35 years dealing with community advocacy, labor arbitration, consultancy, administration, managerial effectiveness, and corporate activism.