Plaque regression can be done... apparently
Thoughts on this YouTube video...
It seems a combination of niacin and LOW DOSE statin DO reduce plaque...
what test are available to support this?
Eight minutes in he says he should have focussed on high-glycaemic carbs.
These are what cause the hyperinsulinaemia that causes insulin-resistance that causes the inflammation.
The niacin and statins are not preventative; they have been used as a cure for the effects of inflammation. Real prevention means inflammation doesn't reach detrimental levels; limit insulin stimulation.
He said he had inflammation and right at the very end he said low dose statins made the difference. At 8 minutes I didn’t hear anything about carbs....he said his lifestyle was pretty good
just 2 medicines removed plaque ? interesting ..
Could you please expand in it. What are the medicines and what are the test results before and after the two medicines?
In the video he says statin n ramipril..most in this site take these two but nobody claimed regression or not tested CIMT twice
Thank you for your response.
I don't believe it was the statins that "removed" the plaque.
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