The remedy for pulmonary hypertension may be quite easy. Instead of explaining this condition in complicated terms, I will try to do the opposite to explain it in a very easy approach to the entire condition. The cause is fat clogging up the veins, arteries, heart from plaque buildup, calcification and reduced elasticity of the blood vessels leading to pulmonary hypertension.
The diet here somewhat radical, but it is simply to avoid fats from either vegetable oils or animal foods. Animal foods has an amazingly high fats and cholesterol whether they come from beef, white meat chickens, ducks, or even seafood.
To make the remedy work fast and keep it as simple as possible, initially, a 100% vegetarian diet with little sugar, without flour and without vegetable oils is used. This is the simplest approach I can make it and some improvement will be noticed by the second week and clear improvement within three months.
To clearly explain how a fat can clog the blood vessels is quite easy. If I draw a blood and separate the fat from the rest of the blood after eating any food, I will always see fat on the top of the test tubes. These eventually clogs up the veins and arteries.
If those intake are reduced, from oily things such as ice cream, chocolate, corn oil, beef fat, french fries, oysters, potato chips, chicken, fish, etc. then the fat that I draw from the blood will no longer be there if those were avoided completely.
To make sure it works, flour, carbohydrates, sugar sometimes are converted to fat and therefore these are avoided generally speaking. If some were taken, then they should be burned after eating with at least a 1 hour exercise after eating, which should be more than enough to burn most of the sugar from the intake.
The dietary food that needs to be concentrated are the greens vegetables, beans, nuts, and some fruits, but no flour or wheat products. One thing that I think should be avoided in a plant based diet is the potatoes, which causes hypoglycemia, and has mycotoxins. Obviously under this plant based diet there is no cheese, lard, butter of any kind. Obviously fast food, smoking, dairy product, and alcohol are avoided. Once on the plant based diet, some multiple vitamins and minerals are taken, maybe two or three times a week.
It should be noted that vegetable oils, in particular the polyunsaturated fatty acids are responsible for 75% of the plaque in the heart. The other 25% is the saturated fat. Obviously both fats are avoided.
High fat diets will lead to more clogging of the arteries or veins, leading to pulmonary hypertensions. However at the same time reduce blood circulation also leads to angina, tiredness, breathing problems at the same time, which is characteristic of pulmonary hypertension. The narrower the arteries or veins in which the blood can flow, the higher the blood pressure.
It should take about 6 months for the blood vessels to improved noticeably with reduced pulmonary hypertension by just switching to a plant based diet, but avoiding white flour, excessive sweets, and cooking oils, whether they be from animal, fish or vegetable sources. Certain dietary fats may be needed so that the essential fatty acids is not lacking however, such as once or twice a week, omega 3 fish oil at the very least, in the initial phases.
Certain mineral supplements are helpful that will protect against lipid peroxidation, which means fats becomes oxidizes and hardens such as selenium yeast supplements, usually 200 mcg a day, certain supplements added such as granulated lecithin 1 tablespoon a day to 3 tablespoons a day. The fat emulsifiers such as lecithin will further help dissolve the fat increasing circulation, but at the same time lecithin will help normalize the cellular makeup of the veins to become more elastic also.
Another remedy that help is to remove heavy metals, which is responsible for lipid peroxidation of the fats, leading to plaques, clogged veins, arteries, and capillaries. Therefore cilantro, or chlorella, may be helpful, but it's usually taken once every two days, so that the body would not be overloaded with heavy metals and allow the gatekeeper, the kidneys to slowly remove out of the system, as the metal chelators line up to get out from the system via the kidney or sometimes the intestines. To further increase circulation certain herbs such as gingko and asia pennyworth is taken. These help rebuild the cappilaries and damaged systems. For the body to regenerate itself some aloe vera juice is occasionally taken, such as twice or three times a week.
The vegetables I prefer are primarily raw vegetables, either in the form of salads, soups, but vegetables should not be overcooked to preserve the enzymes and vitamins. In this instances some fruits, followed by a mild exercise to burn off the sugar is possible, but I think 30 minutes is the bare minimum after meals, but ideally 1 hour. A slow walk or other mild form of exercise can be done also. I believe some vitamin C is important in protecting pulmonary problems too but I prefer sodium ascorbate 1000 mg, usually once every other day day should be a reasonable dose.
The cirrhosis of liver that is one of the effects of pulmonary hypertension will also be reduced with the granulated lecithin, as well as the selenium which prevents further lipid peroxidation too. Magnesium supplements (without the calcium) such as magnesium glycinate, should tip over the excessive calcium found in the tissue.
Furthermore, the use of 2 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 glass of water, or a stronger alkalizing baking soda of 1/2 teaspoon twice a day will also help remove some excessive fats, as vinegar has a component which dissolves the fat, but the baking soda, because of its alkalinity, acts as a very weak soap also to remove the excessive fat buildup which may lead to pulmonary hypertension just the same.
Magnesium is also needed, and is a common deficiency will offset the excessive calcium deposits which might cause either arterial or venous inflexibility due to calcium deposits, leading to hypertension also. If calcium buildup did cause this kind of hypertension, then adding disodium EDTA for example, instead of calcium EDTA, of 1/8 teaspoon in one liter of drinking water should also remove excessive calcium buildup this way. This might be taken once every two days, for example. Magnesium will lead to reduce muscle pain as it relaxes both the muscles, but also the arterial blood flows. If these are more relaxed, then pulmonary hypertension are reduced.
However, in my opinion disodium EDTA is a bit too acid for it to work effectively so I might add 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda also, plus 1/8 teaspoon of potassium bicarbonate to the solution. Potassium is often low in a pulmonary hypertension so the ratio of sodium : potassium is just 1: 1, with baking soda at 1/8 teaspoon and potassium bicarbonate at 1/8 teaspoon also. It should be noted that free metal iron accumulates in the heart which may lead to heart disease, and it is some small amount of EDTA which will reduce this iron buildup protecting the heart against free radicals of free metal iron too.
It should be noted that whenever a vegetarian diets is used, that common table salt be avoided and replaced with sea salt instead, and some sea salt 1/4 teaspoon is added in one liter of drinking water, as vegetarian diets are generally potassium rich anyway and many people I have found may not adapt very well to high potassium diets and hence some sea salt is added just enough that the body doesn't end up with the lack of sodium, which can lead to another problem altogether, such as weaknesses.
Hopefully this remedy is simple enough, but it requires a major lifestyle changes.
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