The build up of plaque in arteries over time is a progressive disease known as atherosclerosis. One major cause is a high level of LDL (bad) cholesterol, which plays a role in the formation of plaque build up.
For many of us, this plaque starts building up in our arteries in early adulthood and gets worse over time. LDL cholesterol is a major health factor, and MMS as well as cardiu can help oxidise the this plaque build up in our arteries. The heart checker device helps to monitor by giving you a read out of your chronological age.
Before you start taking MMS, strengthen your vascular integrity with cardiu (see stress solutions store) daily for 4-6 weeks. Especially if you have high cholesterol or built up plaque in the arteries. MMS is a natural chelator of plaque and heavy metals. If you have high cholesterol, then that cholesterol has actually been "patching" up your weakening arteries, probably for years. You need to strengthen those walls, so when the plaque is chelated (broken down), your weakened arteries don't "sink in" which may cause serious damage.
You will notice an improvement in all of your body functions as the Vitamins increase your vascular integrity. You can continue to take Vitamins while on the MMS protocol, but it must be taken 3-4 hours before or after your dosage. When you have completed the protocol and are on a maintenance dose, make sure to keep taking supplemental Vitamins and monitor your progress with the heart checker device, generally people feel they have more energy as well as an improved chronological age on the device below when tested.
The test takes a few minutes and is a great way to see your progress, at your request this test can be added to any of your treatments for an extra £10.
To conduct the test, the patient simply clips an infrared sensor on to their index finger. No discomfort whatsoever is experienced by the patient as a harmless infrared light is transmitted through the finger. CardioCheck then gathers data via the sensor and analyses the condition of the patient's cardiovascular system. Sample data gathered from a cross section of healthy subjects is stored in the device, which serves as a benchmark for comparing the results from each test. CardioCheck uses these results to estimate the relative 'age' of the patient's arteries...
For example, an apparently healthy male aged 35 with no known history of cardiovascular disease could actually have the arteries typical of a man aged 65. This result would indicate a premature aging or stiffness of the patient's main arteries that had not been previously diagnosed.