Quote: "In summary, oral Mg supplements appear to be useful in persons with DM2 to restore Mg deficiencies, to improve insulin resistance, oxidative stress, and systemic inflammation."

​​​​​​Resources on Nutrient Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease

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Study: Magnesium and Cardiovascular Disease

​​​Study: Magnesium and Type 2 Diabetes

Study on Nutrient Therapy


Cardiovascular Disease


Symptoms of healing include nausea, upset stomach, headache, skin breakouts,

flu/cold symptoms, etc. as toxins are expelled from the body.
What is used to get through these reactions is detox through coffee enemas or drinking large amounts of filtered water. Make sure to do this when using these treatments.

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Conclusion Quote: "Current evidence from epidemiological studies shows that higher Mg intake, either dietary or via supplementation, is associated with a protection against major CV risk factors, including MetS, T2D and hypertension/BP, as well as against stroke and total CVDs."

Quote: "Modern scientific research has demonstrated its anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-carcinogenic, anti-thrombotic, and cardiovascular protective effects."

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Quote: "A significant decrease in FBS, TG, LDL, HbA1c and serum insulin was seen in the group supplemented with 1000 mg vitamin C. The dose of 500 mg vitamin C, however, did not produce any significant change in any of the parameters studied. Our results indicate that daily consumption of 1000 mg supplementary vitamin C may be beneficial in decreasing blood glucose and lipids in patients with type 2 diabetes and thus reducing the risk of complications."

Quote: "Dietary supplements at high doses as part of medical therapy have been controversial, but the evidence suggests that they play a significant role in prevention and treatment of diseases as well as protection from accelerated aging that results from oxygen free-radical damage, inflammation, and glycation. This literature review examines several supplements that have documented roles in medical therapy, including vitamins C and E, coenzyme Q10, alpha-lipoic acid, chromium, L-carnitine, and quercetin. The evidence shows benefits in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, congestive heart failure, age-related deterioration of brain function and vision, and immune function, as well as other age-related health problems."

Vitamin C
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Vitamin treatments for cardiovascular disease have existed for many years.  Unfortunately, they have not been given the full attention they deserve.  Many very accredited doctors have done strong research into the field of vitamin treatments, and, if you look below, we are going to list some of the best known literature, and testimonials, on these treatments.

Quote: "The authors suggest that vitamin D3 may be of clinical importance in the restoration of dysfunctional cardiac endothelium after heart attack, capillary endothelium after brain ischemia (stroke), hypovolemia, vasculopathy, diabetes and atherosclerosis. This suggestion is strongly supported by several clinical studies which indicate that vitamin D3 at doses higher than those currently used for the treatment of bone diseases, may be highly beneficial for the treatment of the dysfunctional cardiovascular system."

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