ckaye wrote: to what I believe is bowel tolerance (about 20-25 gm/day), sipping the mix throughout the day.
They showed very slight soft plaque/fatty deposits behind the knees, and one of the carotids and femorals.
Do you have any other symptoms besides these tests? If "very slight" you may be in the realm of measurement error.
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and the deposits on the arterial wall are clearly visible.
ckaye wrote:Sorry for the terribly long delay.
It was just a simple ultrasound machine. Ran it over carotids, femorals, and back of my knees, and plaque deposits show up as white spots (in my case; I imagine heavier build up would reflect as solid white lines or patches).
The next time I see him I'll try to get photocopies of the ultrasounds and upload them, but that may be a month or two.
Jofuk - Vitamin E is one vitamin I have not been taking, but I've been meaning to look into it further. I just keep forgetting...
Several authors have pointed to an extensive study conducted by the World Health Organization on thousands of men and women from sixteen nations. The study illustrated that a low level of vitamin E in the blood was more than twice as predictive of heart attack than either high cholesterol or high blood pressure. Inverse correlation between plasma vitamin E and mortality from ischemic heart disease in cross-cultural epidemiology.
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