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Gender differences in cardiovascular disease: Women are less likely to be prescribed certain heart medications

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July 16, 2020

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Ray Ellis
July 16, 2020

Most heart disease is caused by multiple nutritional deficiencies and – like all other nutritional deficiency diseases – can be reversed by supplying the missing nutrients. Dr. Thomas E. Levy (cardiologist for over 30 years) in his book, Stop America’s #1 Killer, lists 33 nutrients “…for optimizing the ability of the artery to regenerate itself and reverse any existing atherosclerosis…the typical diet does not even come close to supplying enough of these essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients.” As someone with a family history of heart disease, I have been these of nutrients since 2000. I am now 66 years old and recently had an MRI. The doctor declared, “Ray, your arteries are clean as a whistle!” If you would like a free, paperback copy of Dr. Levy’s book, just email me (rayellis@reagan.com) your shipping address (the book is not available as an e-book). I’ve been giving away this information for 16 years now and have helped over 5000 people reverse their atherosclerosis.

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