Dr. Rogers from March 2013 Total Wellness
"Just because you are dying for a splurge
doesn't mean you have to die from it.
For decades, scientists have known that
a single high-fat meal causes short-term
enhancement of platelet activity. In
other words, it makes the blood eager
to clot. This is in part what causes the
"café coronary syndrome" where people
suddenly die of a heart attack after a
great meal in a restaurant. Since most
of us are not perfect and we like to
indulge periodically, remember that many nutrients can inhibit or turn off
this postprandial platelet hyperactivity. As you have learned in previous
Total Wellness, doses of antioxidants like vitamins C and vitamins E or amino acids like taurine or carnitine contribute to turning off this exaggerated clotting
response triggered by a high-fat meal that leads to a massive heart
attack. So why are doctors not telling folks to take these nutrients after an
After a night on the town, at least come home and take your Detox Cocktail
along with 1-2 E Gems Elite, 2 Tocotrienols, and 1000 mg each of ALC
Powder, Arginine Powder, and HB-Mag."
" To quote from Albert's paper 'As compared with men with levels of
long-chain n-3 (omega-3) fatty acids in the lowest quartile, those with
levels in the highest quartile had an 81% lower risk of sudden death'. Wow!
Just being in the top half of normal with one nutrient cuts your risk of
death 81%! Yet medicine doesn't beat this into folks' heads so they can
make more healthful choices? Unbelievable. How much more proof do
they need? And do we have to read their papers from their journals to our
doctor? Why are they up on this? And second, don't think that cod liver oil is the answer to everything. Even though you must have the right ratios,
you still need the compilation of all the rest of the knowledge that we have
been feeding you over the last two decades."