Free Ebook Details How To Eat In The In Supermarket Jungle A fatal heart attack was produced in a rhesus monkey for the first time in 1959 with just food, Rhesus monkeys never have heart attacks!!!? Free eBook details how to eat in the in SuperMarket jungle, and avoid killer degenerative diseases like, Diabetes, heart disease, atherosclerosis, cerebrovascular disease (stroke) and arterial hypertension.

Chicago, Illinois September 21, 2006. The heart failure was produced strictly by feeding the monkey a high fat/high cholesterol diet. The diet was very much like what many Americans consume every day. We call it SuperMarket Food. It was about 42 percent fat and about a 50th of an ounce of cholesterol per day. After two years on the diet the monkey had developed the characteristic yellow outcroppings (called xanthomas) on his skin, which showed that its atherosclerosis was already well developed.

After two and a half years of feeding, the fatal heart attack happened. The attack was massive, involving about half of his left heart muscle. The heart and the coronary arteries looked just like a human heart looks after such an attack.?

The heart showed many areas of cell death, and the arteries were filled …

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I’m having a panic attack so it must be real – or is it?

Let me begin by saying I empathise with extreme panic attack victims and I do not want to upset you in any way. I have suffered to some degree myself, albeit for only a small period of time in my life. When you are having an attack, nobody else or what they say matters because it is you who is experiencing it and you are convinced of the worst – right?

Here are some of the more common misbeliefs associated with this condition “I’m going to die from suffocation” You may well feel like you are suffocating, but you will more than likely be breathing fast during your attack, so the reality is you are taking in plenty of air. Myth busted! “I’m having a heart attack” If you are really worried about this, then of course see your doctor. Many times the symptoms associated with a seizure are very much like those experienced by a panic attack.

It is only by learning to recognise the difference you can take control “I’m having a stroke” When your body is making you feel totally out of control …

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