Hey, we've tried apricot seeds, we've tried tulmeric, tried cutting out sugar, cutting out caffeine.. etc.
The lipomas don't "melt away".
What about trying vitamin c. Here's excerpt of "Last interview with Dr Pauling", I recommend you read the entire article.
Vitamin C - Last Interview With Dr. Pauling
Dr. Linus Pauling is a two time Nobel Laureate. He spend 25 years researching Vitamin C. This is his last interview before death at the age of 93. Dr. Pauling attributed the last 18 years of his life to Vitamin C supplementation. He is called the Father of Vitamin CThis is a must-read for anyone interested in anti-aging health and longevity.
Q: Now you are recommending Vitamin C and lysine for the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
How exactly does lysine help to prevent cardiovascular disease?
Many investigators contributed to showing that lipoprotein A is what is deposited in plaques, not just LDL, but lipoprotein A. If you have more than 20mg/dI in your blood it begins depositing plaques and atherosclerosis so the question then is what causes lipoprotein A to stick to the wall of the artery and cause these plaques?
Well countless biochemists and other chemists are pretty smart people and they discovered what it is in the wall of the artery that causes lipoprotein A to get stuck to the wall of the artery and form atherosclerotic plaques and ultimately lead to heart disease, strokes and peripheral arterial disease.
The answer is there is a particular amino acid in a protein in the wall of the artery - lysine, which is one of the twenty amino acids that binds the lipoprotein A and causes atherosclerotic plaques to develop. I think it is a very important discovery.
Well, now, if you know that there are residues of lysine, lysyl residues, that hold the lipoprotein A to the wall of the artery and cause hardening of the arteries, then any chemist, any physical chemist would say at once that the thing to do is to prevent that by puffing the amino acid lysine in the blood to greater extent than is normally.
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