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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] cholesterol and plaque


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From: Phil Bate PhD <drbate@bellsouth.net>
To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
Cc: kdubash@vsnl.com
Sent: Friday, 10 June 2011 7:23 PM
Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] cholesterol and plaque

Hi Khushroo,

10 years ago, I was taking over 8-10 pills a day for all kinds of problems,
including cholesterol, atrial fib, high BP, etc. I refused to take Aspirin
or Coumadin, taking large amounts of vitamin E instead.

Then in 2004, I invented Neuroliminal Training as an "affordable" alternate
to Neurofeedback, and of course, used it myself. I also started on 4000mg
of ascorbic acid Vitamin C (2 with breakfast and 2 with dinner), and a good

As I improved the NT therapy, I found that I lost several bothersome
allergies. It seems that raising the SMR brain wave cures allergies that
cause huge (mostly unknown) stress. I also started to lose 5 pounds a
month and went from 265 to my present weight of 190 - a good weight for my
5'11" athletic body. (Another allergy lost).

A year ago, I did a mineral analysis, and found that my toxic minerals were
now "unmeasurable" with only two at very low "measurable" levels. My
calcium level was also quite low, yet I didn't have leg cramps, so it was
obviously good enough.

I knew that excess calcium intake is the cause of bone spurs and calcium
deposits in fatty tissues. No one in our culture gets osteoporosis from too
little calcium - that's a fact. There many enzymes needed to go from blood
calcium to bone or fingernail or hair calcium. If any one of these enzymes
is lacking, then the calcium is excess and is stored for possible later use.
It's stored with fat in the arteries. If the body gets short of calcium
in any way, that's a fast place to get some. (Rememer that calcium is part
of the "battery" that keeps the heart motor pumping, so a store it is

Now, here's the kicker. The ascorbic acid vitamin C I take metabolically
mixes with calcium in the blood and becomes Calcium Ascorbate. Since
calcium is in the blood at all times in high supply, it now goes out of the
body. NOT deposited in the arteries, or other fatty areas. So, if the
calcium isn't deposited, there is no way for the cholesterol and other fatty
acids to stick to the artery lining, and gradually all the plaque goes

Who cares what the cholesterol level is? Mine, like yours was always high,
and I even took some pills to lower it years ago. Not now.

I am the youngest, healthiest, active 84 year old anywhere, and I outdo most
men over 65 easily.

Get rid of allergy stress by using my NT CD's, lose weight, sleep much
better, feel much better. Then start taking 1000mg of ascorbic acid vitamin
C for every 50 pounds of body weight. Add to that a Solgar VM-75 and any
other vitamin supplements at noon, and join me in feeling like I can live
forever. No colds or flu, BP 120/70, no prescription pills at all anymore.

Check out http://drbate.com and various free web pages there for more info.

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