Most people believe there is no treatment for arterial plaque. Featured in the magazine ‘Health and Herbal’ Volume 18 . Issue 5 . 2008 There is a belief that little can be done for heart disease where there is extensive build-up of plaque. Any New Zealander who’s had a typical diet and lifestyle for 20+ years can be pretty sure there will be significant deposits of plaque in the heart and on artery walls. Exercise, dietary changes and addressing emotional trauma may, at best, halt further build-up, but the existing deposits will remain largely unchanged. The conventional medical system’s treatments for heart attack are cholesterol lowering drugs, blood thinners and beta-blockers. Three years ago however, I was happy to discover a totally natural alternative. My preferred supplement distributor sent me information about a product for heart health based on natto, a traditional Japanese fermented soybean food. Natto is the centre of many jokes in Japan, especially for foreigners, because it has an acceptable taste but the repulsive smell of socks worn for three weeks. Most young Japanese cannot tolerate it; ….
Anger welled up from deep within my belly as I descended the stairs. Two new computers totaling four thousand dollars and still I couldn’t get them to work properly. Hell, I should have persevered with the old one. In the kitchen I made a cup of tea to try to calm down. I could sense several distinct parts of me demanding to be heard.
One experience during the revisit to Cambodia after 25 years