Very few people were born with high cholesterol levels or high blood pressure. It is an acquired condition. But why do so many people suffer from it today? The answer is simple – it is a multi billion dollar business.
Just imagine there was a way to bring cholesterol and blood pressure levels back to normal without pills. This way, in fact, exists, but is, for obvious reasons, not welcomed by the conventional health industry.
It all starts with a condition Linus Pauling called “sub-clinical vitamin c deficiency”. One function of vitamin c is to act as a cofactor in the hydroxylation of lysine and proline in collagen formation. Collagen is a fibrous structural protein. One function of it is to strengthen blood vessels. Environmental toxins, smoking and “modern living” in general increases need for vitamin C. Processed foods from supermarkets and junk food outlets do not provide sufficient vitamin C on a daily basis. Still enough not to suffer from scurvy but not enough overall. Blood vessels become brittle with little cracks. The body’s defense is to mend these cracks with cholesterol and the liver increases cholesterol production.
Platelets and Fibrin cling on to the cholesterol deposit. This is the start of a gradual build up, which can lead to total occlusion. Narrowing of arteries impairs blood flow and therefore oxygen transport to tissue cells. Feedback mechanisms tell the brain to turn the pressure up to get more blood flowing through.
Conventional medical approach of this condition is to prescribe pills to lower cholesterol and blood pressure as well as aspirin to make platelets non-sticky. For said reasons you do not need to wonder why there is no interest in cleaning affected arteries, which would also lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
What has all of this got to do with dark field live blood analysis?
Platelet and Fibrin complexes are easily seen in live blood cell analysis via dark field microscope. They are much bigger then red blood cells and easily block capillaries. I see these complexes in more and more young people who consider themselves healthy.
|Platelet aggregations in live blood cell analysis trough dark field microscope||Platelet aggregation in unstained blood smear|
Platelet aggregations seen in dark field microscope are early signs of things to come. Cardio-vascular diseases are the most prevalent ones in the western world today. These complexes are clearly visible in dark field microscopy but not in stained bright field samples because the different staining methods disburse them. However, they are visible in unstained blood smears.
This is the greatest benefit of live blood analysis in dark field. Show these complexes on the screen to patients and explain that they easily obstruct capillaries because they are much bigger then red blood cells. People can visualize this and therefore understand what you are talking about. They will also understand that blockage of capillaries leads to diminished oxygen supply in tissues, which sets off feedback mechanisms telling the brain to turn the pressure up to counteract this. Patients will understand that small plaques can accumulate at sides where cholesterol was used to mend cracks in bigger arteries, eventually occluding it totally. They understand, if it happens in a coronary artery you suffer a heart attack and if it happens in a cerebellar artery you suffer a stroke. And they understand something needs to be done about it and that lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels with chemicals and taking Aspirin to render platelets non-sticky might not be the long term answer.
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