Cardiovascular Disease Docu-Class Webinar Series (Free) -
Discover the “Hidden” Causes of High Blood Pressure, Heart Attack and Stroke + How to Regenerate and Repair the Heart Naturally https://ku251.isrefer.com/go/cvdtrailer/tjlphd/ This is a free event featuring 2 dozen speakers on this topic. Click the link above to gain access to this important event.
It starts this week.
Dr. Lewis - Featured Speaker I guarantee I'll be one of the few speakers to talk about a MAJOR, but severely under-appreciated AND treatable, cause of heart disease of all types. Here is some advanced information. Below is a link to a research paper on this topic from none other than the Mayo Clinic Proceedings journal https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(11)62051-X/fulltext "Parallel with the mounting evidence that atherosclerosis has a major inflammatory component, provoking agents that may initiate and drive this process have been sought. Infectious agents such as Chlamydia pneumoniae have been alleged to be activators of inflammation that may contribute to atherosclerosis and thus coronary artery disease (CAD) and its associated complications." Sadly, no one at Mayo is testing for this organism. Instead, they put people on Cholesterol meds or, even worse, wait for you to have a life-threatening event, then perform surgery - which is NOT a cure or a proper solution. Heart disease is a TREATABLE & PREDICTABLE disease. Listen to my talk and find out about how to test for and eliminate this SEVERE heart disease risk. NOTE: The medical research community is well aware of the relationship between chlamydia pneumoniae and heart disease - but your doctor is NOT. (this is NOT the STD - it starts as a lung infection you may not even be aware of) Here is a keyword search of the National Library of Medicine. Note there are almost 50,000 associations between this organism - chlamydia pneumoniae - and heart disease.
Avoiding chronic diseases is about knowledge Reversing chronic diseases is about consistency Be Well, Dr. Thomas J. Lewis
Look below to find the times and links to our weekly webinars....
What is the Chronic Disease Support program?
1. It is a weekly live, interactive, 1h, webinar on Zoom covering important health-related topics.
2. The schedule is Mondays at 12 noon EST and Tuesday at 8 pm EST. The topic is the same at both times/dates. We offer 2 times per week to accommodate schedules.
Monday Zoom link (noon EST):
Tuesday Zoom link (8pm EST):
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Archived videos are found at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_LYVg22017AkE1GfKa4_A