Why you should bypass this surgery

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If you or someone you love has heart disease, you need to know this shocking truth…

Most bypass surgeries are not only useless, they’re life-threatening!

The operation may reduce symptoms for a little while. But it does NOT prevent heart attacks or save lives.

In fact, a brand new study shows your risk of death is even greater with a bypass.

Let me explain…

Bypass surgery is a goldmine. The cost of one operation has soared to as much as $200,000 (or more).

But having the surgery won’t save you from having a future heart attack.

In a new study, researchers reviewed data on about 51,000 Danish patients who had bypass surgery from 1980 to 2009. Patients getting the surgery had about the same survival rate as the general population after the first month.

But years later all that changed…

Death rates spiked for bypass patients 8 to 10 years after their operation. Their mortality risk increased dramatically up to 80%! 1

This was no surprise to me… Standard medical treatments like drugs and surgery do nothing to get to the main cause of blocked arteries.

My Heart Disease Cure

I help my patients keep their blood vessels clear and flexible so they never have to go under the knife. Here are three things you can do to keep your blood flowing and your heart pumping naturally.

1. Intravenous (IV) Chelation

In a Harvard study, more than 1,700 heart attack survivors got either IV chelation or a placebo. After seven years, the chelation group had a 26% lower risk of heart complications. This included either a second heart attack, stroke or bypass surgery.2

The results for diabetic patients were even more dramatic. They had a 49% lower risk of heart complications. And chelation cut the risk of death among diabetics by half.

You see, heavy metals like cadmium and lead can damage your circulatory system. They inactivate your body’s antioxidant defenses. They damage the cells that line the blood vessels. They can narrow arteries and lead to atherosclerosis. All of that can lead to a heart attack.

I offer safe IV chelation to my patients here at the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine. It’s the quickest way to rid your body of the heavy metals and toxins you’ve built up over the years. It’s a simple and painless procedure. In a 10-minute session, you’re done and on your way.

For more information about IV chelationyou can call 561-784-7852. My staff will be happy to answer your questions.

2. CoQ10

People with heart disease are likely to be low in CoQ10. In one study of patients having heart surgery, one group was pre-treated with CoQ10. The CoQ10 group had much stronger heartbeats and pumped blood more powerfully after surgery. And recovery time for the CoQ10 group was short, with no complications. The placebo group took six times as long to recover and had complications.3

I recommend everyone take the ubiquinol form of CoQ10. It’s eight times more powerful than the old form, ubiquinone. Take at least 50 mg every day. If you have high blood pressure, heart disease, high cholesterol or gingivitis, increase your dose to 100 mg per day.

3. Vitamin K2

This little-known vitamin scrubs your arteries clear of the plaque that clogs blood vessels. In a landmark Dutch trial researchers followed 4,800 people. Results revealed that high levels of vitamin K2 lowered the risk of coronary artery disease by 57%. It lowered calcium buildup in the arteries by 52%. And it slashed the risk of death from any cause by 26%.4

You can get vitamin K2 directly from some foods. Our primal ancestors got plenty from eating organ meats like liver. Other rich sources are meat, full-fat milk, cottage cheese, butter and cheese. But these foods MUST come from grass-fed animals.

You can also supplement. Look for vitamin K2 in the form of “menaquinone-7.” It’s much more bioactive than other forms. Take 45 to 90 mcg a day with a meal to improve absorption.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

Al Sears, MD, CNS

1. Kasper Adelborg, Erzsébet Horváth-Puhó, Morten Schmidt, et al. “Thirty-Year Mortality After Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery.” Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 2017.
2. Lamas GA, Goertz C, Boineau R, et al. “Effect of Disodium EDTA Chelation Regimen on Cardiovascular Events in Patients With Previous Myocardial Infarction: The TACT Randomized Trial.” JAMA. 2013.
3. Judy, W.V., Stogsdill, W.W., Folkers, K. “Myocardial preservation by therapy with coenzyme Q10 during heart surgery.” Clin. Investig. 1993.
4. Geleijnse JM., et al. “Dietary Intake of Menaquinone Is Associated with a Reduced Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: The Rotterdam Study.” J. Nutr. 2004.

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