Questions For Your Cardiologist

Most cardiologist have no idea what causes heart disease. This is a strange statement. If you doubt it, ask your doctor the following questions:
Most animals do not suffer heart disease, yet gorillas and other high-order primates (including humans) do. Why?
Why do most atherosclerotic plaques form in the arteries, but not in the veins?
Why do the plaques narrow and clog coronary arteries on the surface of the heart but not inside the heart?
Why aren’t blockages (infarctions) more common throughout the blood stream, especially where the blood “pools” or moves slowly, i.e., in the ears, fingers or nose?
Why do more than 50% of heart attacks and strokes occur in people without any of the generally accepted cardiovascular risk factors?
Why do people with low cholesterol still suffer heart attacks and stroke?
Why do about half of the surgical heart procedures fail? (In other words, why do the plaques grow back with a vengeance?)
Why has the cardiovascular mortality rate declined since the 1950s, and decreased by almost half during the 1970s, after Linus Pauling‘s Vitamin C book became a best seller?
Why is cholesterol elevated in heart patients?
Why have major cholesterol-drug studies not released the raw data to scientists?
Why do drug companies routinely cut studies short, just after mortality in the study groups begin to rise?
Why hasn’t medical science investigated the Pauling/Rath theory?
The “cholesterol” theory cannot answer these questions, but the Pauling/Rath unified theory does. Find the answers and more in a new book, Practicing Medicine Without A License? The Story of the Linus Pauling Therapy for Heart Disease.

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