The Atherosclerosis Process

atherosclerosis in arteriesAs we age, (thanks to the standard diet)  cholesterol, calcium, and other minerals accumulate on the inside lining of our blood vessels.  Over time, this buildup can clog them partially or even completely. This is especially true for truckers due to their lifestyle.  This process can be know as hardening of the arteries, atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, and arterial plaque buildup.

To ignore this buitdup can be exceedingly dangerous. It can result in rampant cardiovascular disease such as high blood pressure, angina (chest pain due to poor blood circulation to the heart), heart attack, peripheral vascular disease (poor circulation to the legs and feet), and stroke.  Most of these conditions are physically disabling and depressing to the patients.

When plaque builds up in blood vessels, blood flow (carrying oxygen and nutrients) is restricted. It’s like water flowing through a pipe clogged with mineral deposits.  If the deposits are thick enough to create a complete blockage, the water will stop. It is no different with your blood vessels.

If there is excessive plaque buildup the vessels become partially or completely blocked.  Not enough blood can reach the body’s tissues.  Atherosclerosis can cause them to become starved for the oxygen and nutrients they need. Consequently, they will not function optimally and may even die. 

Atherosclerosis Can Often Be Reversed!

Changing to a healthier diet with more veggies and fruits and fewer animal based products can help stop atherosclerosis.  Many times it can even reverse it.  Start small and you’ll begin to feel a difference.  Add a daily dose of VascuCleanse and you’ll be amazed at how great you feel!  VascuCleanse not only contains Arginine which helps dissolve the plaque in your arteries, but it also provides a ton of vitamins and minerals.

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