by Dr Simone | Oct 10, 2020 | ACE2, Cardiovascular Disease, Charles B SimoneMD, COVID-19, Inflammation
Patients recovering from even a mild case of COVID-19 may be at risk for myocarditis and long term consequences of cardiac dysfunction.
After speaking with your doctor, consider the three A’s:
3) ALKALINE pH
by Dr Simone | Feb 22, 2019 | Antioxidants, Cancer, Cancer and Nutrition, Cardiovascular Disease, Charles B SimoneMD, Dr Simone, Dr Simone Report, Immune System
Beta-carotene is an extremely important antioxidant because it decreases the risk for cancer, cardiovascular disease, eye diseases, and enhances the immune system. Simone recommended dose: 30-40 mg per day.
by Dr Simone | Aug 31, 2018 | Antioxidants, Big Pharma, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Charles B SimoneMD, COLCHICINE, Dr Simone, Dr Simone Report, Inflammation, LDL, Sports Medicine, Statins
At a medical conference I asked a Chairman of Medicine of a prestigious university how he would treat a man who had a massive heart attack with a cholesterol of only 140, LDL of 50, normal coronary arteries, and no other risk factors. He said ‘That’s a no brainer – give him a high dose statin.’ I then said, “That man’s cholesterol, LDL and coronary arteries are excellent. It’s probably only inflammation or a clot, so one could use vitamins and other nutrients instead.” He abruptly and arrogantly said ‘No, give him a statin’ and he turned away. This is what Big Pharma does. They pay so-called “thought leaders” to influence other doctors to prescribe their drugs. And these “thought leaders” must not deviate from the written words given to them by Big Pharma.
by Dr Simone | Jul 29, 2018 | Big Pharma, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, HEALTHY START, HEALTHY START PREVENTION PROGRAM, Heat Wave, Nutritional Hydration
Dr Simone DEHYDRATION, NUTRITIONAL HYDRATION, SIMONE SUPER ENERGY, BIG PHARMA, CANCER, HEART DISEASE, KIDSTART – ERSKINE OVERNIGHT INTERVIEW
by Dr Simone | May 21, 2018 | Aortic Valve, Cardiovascular Disease, CIRCADIAN RHYTHM
298 patients who had aortic valve replacement surgery in the afternoon did much better than 298 patients who had surgery in the morning.
by Dr Simone | Nov 13, 2017 | Cardiovascular Disease, Exercise, PFO PATENT FORAMEN OVALE
For many years only the issue of unfiltered blood clots causing a stroke was considered in deciding how to treat a patient with a PFO because the other very important physiological consequences were not considered.
by Dr Simone | Jul 27, 2017 | Antioxidants, Cardiovascular Disease, Charles B SimoneMD, Dr Simone, Inflammation, Linus Pauling PhD
Dr Pauling found that Lipoprotein(a) increases when vitamin C levels are low, perhaps as a protective mechanism since Lipoprotein(a) binds to weakened arterial walls (less collagen and elastin fibers) to repair damage – like a patch. Dr. Pauling thought cardiovascular disease is a form of chronic pre-scurvy. Read what he recommends.
by Dr Simone | Jun 27, 2017 | Antioxidants, Big Pharma, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Inflammation, Sugar
Amgen, the maker of evolocumab (Repatha) funded the research, paid EVERY author on the paper, led by Harvard researchers, and the findings were published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine May 4, 2017. If you take the drug, evolocumab (Repatha), your LDL will go down but you won’t live any longer. IT’S ALL ABOUT INFLAMMATION AND OXIDATION.
by Dr Simone | May 18, 2017 | Cardiovascular Disease, Infections
The increase risk may be as much as 400% in severe shingles cases.
by Dr Simone | Mar 31, 2017 | Cancer, Carcinogen, Cardiovascular Disease, Environment
Inorganic chemicals like arsenic, chromium (certain chemical form), nickel, and lead are toxic. Lead impairs children’s IQ and attention span.
by Dr Simone | Feb 2, 2017 | Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrients, Nutrition, Nutritional Hydration, Simone Ten Point Plan
Microvascular angina affects mainly women, and occurs predominately in postmenopausal women. These women are often neglected and diagnosed as having “non-cardiac” chest pain, and are sometimes given no treatment.
by Dr Simone | Nov 11, 2016 | Cancer and Nutrition, Cardiovascular Disease, Health Policy, Nutrients, Nutrition, Sugar
High lipoprotein(a), Lp(a), found in 20% of people’s blood is a risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD), cardiovascular disease (CVD) including aortic stenosis, atherosclerosis, thrombosis, stroke, cancer, and diabetes mellitus.
by Dr Simone | Oct 4, 2016 | Cardiovascular Disease, The Simone Report
In the 1960s, the Sugar industry initiated, examined the drafts of papers, and paid $6500 (equivalent of $48,000 in 2016 dollars) to Harvard professors, Drs Fredrick Stare and Mark Hegsted, both dead now, to protect sugar even though sugar was found to be a major cause of heart disease.
by Dr Simone | May 12, 2016 | Anti-Aging, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrition, Sugar, Telomeres
Telomeres are DNA-protein structures found at each end of each chromosome. The longer they are, the longer you live. Learn how to keep them long to slow the progression of aging: what nutrients, lifestyle factors using Simone Ten Point Plan.
by Dr Simone | Apr 21, 2016 | Cardiovascular Disease, Charles B SimoneMD, Dr Simone, FDA, Nutrients, Nutrition, Sugar
All cinnamon doses reduced the fasting serum glucose (18–29%), triglyceride (23–30%), LDL cholesterol (7–27%), and total cholesterol (13–26%) levels. CINNAMON from Ceylon is safer than from other areas of the world.
by Dr Simone | Jan 6, 2016 | Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrients, Nutrition
Marginal deficiency is a gradual vitamin depletion in which there is evidence of personal lack of well-being associated with impairment of certain biochemical reactions.
by Dr Simone | Dec 7, 2015 | Cardiovascular Disease
Working 55 or more hours per week increases stroke risk by 33%
by Dr Simone | Aug 26, 2015 | Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Energy Drinks, Inflammation, Sports Medicine
Ribose looks and tastes like sugar and has a negative glycemic index which causes a drop in blood sugar rather than a rise.
by Dr Simone | Aug 17, 2015 | Aspirin, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease
325 mg uncoated aspirin at 6PM decreases risk for heart attack, stroke, cancer, colon cancer colon polyps, and decreases lipoprotein(a).
by Dr Simone | Apr 24, 2015 | AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE, Cardiovascular Disease, The Simone Report
People with blood types A, B, or AB have a greater risk for developing coronary heart disease and other chronic diseases