Animals in nature do not develop arteriosclerosis and therefore they do not suffer heart attacks or strokes. The only reason for this is the fact that animals can produce their own vitamin C.
“Vitamin C has been under investigation, reported in thousands of scientific papers, ever since it was discovered (circa) fifty years ago. Even though some physicians had observed forty or fifty years ago that amounts a hundred to a thousand times larger (than the RDA) have value in controlling various diseases, the medical profession and most scientists ignored this evidence.” – Linus Pauling, How to Live Longer and Feel Better, 1986
Vitamin C is the active ingredient in the production of collagen, the main building block of our veins and arteries. A deficiency in collagen results in little tears in our arterial walls where cholesterol then accumulates causing narrowing of the artery after a while.
Humans should follow the example of animals by loading our bodies with vitamin C, other anti-oxidants and certain amino acids to prevent the narrowing of the arteries that causes heart attacks and strokes.
Scientist and two-time Nobel prize winner, Dr Linus Pauling, in 1989 already recommended high dosages of vitamin C and the amino acids lysine (and proline) to effectively prevent plaque deposits in our arteries and to quickly dissolve it if already present.
"Now I've got to the point where I think we can get almost complete control of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes by the proper use of vitamin C and lysine. It can prevent cardiovascular disease and even cure it,” said Pauling.
“At Framingham, we found that people who ate the most saturated fat, the most cholesterol and the most calories weighed the least, were more physically active and had the lowest serum cholesterol levels.” – William Castelli. M.D., Director of the Framingham Study, The Archives of Internal Medicine, July 1992, Vol 152, pp1371-72
According to Pauling, a high blood concentration of, firstly, vitamin C - to increase the production of collagen for stronger and healthier veins and arteries – and, secondly, the amino acids lysine and proline – to prevent and dissolve plaque deposits – is clinically very effective.
In fact, this discovery was so monumental that it was patented. A solution made of vitamin C and lysine is, to this day, still used during heart bypass surgery. The veins that are removed from the patient's leg, are soaked in the solution to dissolve the plaque before it is transplanted.
CholesterolEase is formulated to contain the correct dosage of vitamins and amino acids as recommended by Pauling and which has scientifically been proven to (with regular use) help alleviate the following:
“Vitamin C deficiency identified as a sole cause of atherosclerosis in laboratory animals.” – Willis (1953)