Vyking, thanks so much for your reply.
It's true that reversing clogged arteries isn't an easy task. My dad does exercise every day, however, he had a bad diet and some digestive disorders. I believe the latter also contributes arterial plaque.
My dad lives aboad and his doctor didn'r prescribe him anything, I don't know how competent he is. He takes aspirin once in awhile.
What do yu think about nattokinase ? I read very good reviews from customers who bought the supplement from the website which sells it. I also read a lot of good things abotu K 2 vitamin and its ability to reverse atherosclerosis (especially MK-4), however, I am afraid that it can create blood clots.
I am also reading about oral chelation, it's just the sideeffects that make me worry.
Good health to you !
Originally Posted by Vyking
The only way you can reverse clogged arteries is to go on a very strict saturated fat free diet - no saturated fat whatsoever and even then it takes time, it's not going to happen overnight.
It also depends on how bad his arteries are.
Your dads best bet is to take the meds prescribed by his doctor, stop smoking (if he does), exercise and limit the amount of saturated fat he eats.
Your wasting your money buying supplements - take it from someone who's had a triple bypass.