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Angioprim
Jan 24, 2008
Anyone heard of Angioprim which supposedly cleans out your arteries? It all sounds too good to be true to me.
Re: Angioprim
Jan 24, 2008
nope have not heard of it

"Liquid drano for the heart"
hhhmmm
maybe i will do some research
Re: Angioprim
Jan 24, 2008
I have been debating doing something like this for a while but what stops me is it seems to not be supported by doctors as something that works. Its a form of Chelation , there are other brands out there besides angioprim as well. I wish I could hear from even 1 REAL person who used it and has some evidence it cleans out plaque from arterys.
Re: Angioprim
Jan 24, 2008
Yes I know it sounds like such a scam and if it really worked why wouldn't the medical profession have picked up on it by now? But I looked at the amino acids that it's made up from, cystine, lysine and caysine and wondered if you could buy them separately in health food stores. I've also heard that very large amounts of vitamin c are supposed to repair your arteries, like 10,000 mg a day. You might want to research that as well.
Re: Angioprim
Jan 24, 2008
Lutheran,

If it REALLY worked and was safe for people to use, wouldn't our doctors be prescribing it? Logic dictates that any drugs or methods proven effective in treating this condition would have been extensively tested, approved and marketed ($$$$) by the major drug manufacturers long time ago. Just my opinion.
Re: Angioprim
Apr 23, 2008
[QUOTE=flowergirl2day;3409323]Lutheran,

If it REALLY worked and was safe for people to use, wouldn't our doctors be prescribing it? Logic dictates that any drugs or methods proven effective in treating this condition would have been extensively tested, approved and marketed ($$$$) by the major drug manufacturers long time ago. Just my opinion.[/QUOTE]

Does the medical profession really want us to be well? Afterall .. our illnesses are their bread and butter! If they acknowledge this stuff works .. it could do them out of a lot of cash for the drugs they supply for our ills. Lets not forget how long the doctor who discovered a cure for stomach ulcers was disbelieved. Ant acids for stomach problems is a million dollar industry. Finally now though his discovery is recognised and people are benefiting from it. I'm not saying Angioprim works .. I've no idea. My husband started the course about 10 days ago. So far all he has felt is ill .. like he is going trough a detox. So time will tell if it has worked for him .. but we have thought about this stuff for a while and now decided to give it a try for him. I'll comment back if it has made any major differences to his health :)
Re: Angioprim
Apr 23, 2008
[QUOTE=Tzu;3542113] My husband started the course about 10 days ago. So far all he has felt is ill .. like he is going trough a detox. So time will tell if it has worked for him .. but we have thought about this stuff for a while and now decided to give it a try for him. I'll comment back if it has made any major differences to his health :)[/QUOTE]

Yes TZU, that would be really great if we heard, first hand, from you whether it worked. Presumably he will have some sort of doctor's checkup to confirm it. Is the Angioprim course of treatment expensive?
Tell me please what his general condition is like at the moment i.e when starting the treatment. And perhaps what other things he has tried.

Many thanks and best regards for your help, ;)
Beefy
Re: Angioprim
Apr 23, 2008
Hi Beefy ... my husband is 56 yrs old .. he has had high blood pressure for a number of years and takes pills for that. He also has raised cholestrol which he has meds for and has developed Diabetes type 2 as well. However he feels well on the whole .. just concerned about these three halth problems hence the reason for trying this Angioprim. He was a little over weight and started on the Atkins diet about 3 years ago. That dropped him quite quickly. He is going back on stage one of Atkins for a bit as he needs to lose about another 10 kg according to his doc. He did drop 2 trouser sizes on Atkins and was very pleased with that. He had more energy on Atkins and his blood pressure was very good but still with meds. He has not tried to come off any of the meds but would really like to get off the statins as we have read so many negative articles about them. But won't go off without his doctors approval. He has tests for the three health problems regularly so hopefully we'll see results in those tests from the Angioprim. The course he is on is 12 bottles for £200. I felt it was a lot of money to gamble with .. but there again .. we felt it was worth taking a chance on. If it doesn't work .. we have lost £200 .. but if it does work .. it may lengthen his life span for a number of years and we can't put a price on that .. so he is going for it. This past 2 days the side effects have reduced greatly. No more diarrea and only very slight nausea. So who knows .. time will tell and I will post back here when we know the outcome .. unfortunately it may not be for 3 to 4 months.

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Re: Angioprim
Apr 24, 2008
Tzu,
Thanks for the reply on your husband's condition. Accepting that there are problems and identifying them the way you have is good progress.
Of course a few ppl have to come off statins, but the vast majority have minimal side effects and can keep them going. I am in another category where the side effects are quite strong but somehow I put up with them hoping the benefits are worth it. There seems to be overwhelming research evidence that they work and work well. (I do try to read the available scientific papers on the topics I am interested in. And on several issues I have corresponded with the paper's authors.)
Since my last post I have searched Healthboards for Angioprim threads and have read through the posts. Quite a few claim they are not effective but these are not ppl that have personally tried them. There are a couple of cases where definite benefits were found. Not enough however to provide anything convincing or conclusive.
If you can come back and document your (husband's) progress that will really assist those of us wondering about the treatment. Protandim is similar product claiming great benefits. No doubt there are others.
I don't believe the argument that if it is any good the medical profession would know all about it already. I know from a few other things that is not the case.
Cheers and thanks again,
Beefy :)
Re: Angioprim
Apr 26, 2008
Beefy my hubby is due to have a number of tests again shortly ... so we'll see if they show anything and I will deffinitly report back here. I hope to see changes in his cholestrol result at least. But I'll pop back here as soon as we have any news either way ;)





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