How to Avoid Coronary Calcification Heart Disease w/ Dr. Jeffrey Dach
By Jay Campbell
December 30th, 2019
Infection in the body leads to calcification, which eventually leads to heart disease.
Are there measures we can take to prevent it?
What are the common causes of calcification?
Do statin medications have any benefits?
On this episode, I’m joined by legendary physician, heart disease and testosterone expert, and author, Dr. Jeffrey Dach. He shares his insights on calcification, and the attack on our biological systems.
The massive attack on human biological systems is a corporate money making scheme to control the food supply. -Dr. Jeffrey Dach
The two common causes of calcification are a leaky gut and dental disease.
In order to move medicine forward, we need disruptive science; studies which cause paradigm shifts of established patterns and economic interrupt patterns.
The benefits of statin drugs are not lowering cholesterol, they are actually pleiotropic effects which include the reduction of inflammation.
At the start of the show, we talked about the harm calcification does on body, and the two common causes of it. Next, we talked about how important cholesterol panels are in determining someone’s general health, some of the benefits that statins have, and the effects of clomid.
We also discussed;
- HPA dysfunction in men as a cause of low testosterone
- How glyphosate is affecting our health
- Whether vaccinations are excessive and toxic
Dr. Sam Madeira is a Naturopathic doctor and Hormone optimization expert, as well as the founder and medical director of Apollo Health Clinic. His mission, passion, and life work is to help you find your unique root cause and transformative path to healing. He will guide you in maintaining a state of health and vitality throughout your life. His passions are botanical medicine, peptide therapies, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) for Men & Women, mindfulness practices, and cutting-edge health span & longevity science. For more information, visit https://www.apollohealthclinic.com/ and apply for a free consult.