Friday, January 2, 2009

"...to die from heart attack is both unnecessary and tragic"

from "Vitamin E, Curse or Blessing?" by Jeffrey Dach MD

The Last Soldier Killed in the Great War

The Sad Senseless End of Henry Gunther

On November 11, 1918, at exactly 10:59 AM, US soldier Henry Gunther was the last soldier to be killed in action in WWI. Gunther's death was unnecessary and tragic because the war ended one minute later. Above image courtesy wikimedia: WWI American Soldiers.

The War on Heart Disease is Over, We Won

Likewise today, to die from heart attack is both unnecessary and tragic. Information is now readily available explaining how heart disease can be prevented and reversed with simple inexpensive nutritional supplements at home. One need only read the information, and the evidence is overwhelming. There is no need for expensive drugs, cath labs or bypass operations. A simple combination of Vitamin C, Lysine, and the Tocotrienol Form of Vitamin E is sufficient to prevent and reverse heart disease. Don't be like Henry Gunther, the last casualty at the end of the war.
For Part One of this two part series, see Heart Disease, Ascorbate, Lysine and Linus Pauling by Jeffrey Dach MD.

Read the full very clear article on Vitamin E by Jeffrey Dach MD here.

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