Thank you for visiting
Copyright © 2017 TrueHealthFacts.com  All rights reserved.
Elixir Colloidal Gold Ultra 240ppm
The Heart Disease Plaque Solution
Calcium Magnesium Zinc

What are the best solutions that decades of research into heart disease
have brought us? If bypass surgery is our best answer then I hope you are
rich.  Go to your Doctor with angina and he will cart you off for a $10
thousand dollar angiogram and a
$50 thousand dollar bypass. Go to an
alternative health physician, and he will fill a huge shopping bag with
hawthorn tea, CoQ10, bromelain, magnesium, taurine, L-carnitine, garlic,
omega-3 oils, and then he will tell you to remember your vegetables, and
take up jogging.
Heart failure statistics are not to encouraging about
how many followed that advice, they eventually found themselves in a
moment of desperation accepting that short insurance paid fog sleep trip
“operation bypass” the only remaining option! Is this your finest
hour for intelligent solutions?
Please! Stop! You’re life’s journey has been qualified for an extension A
few new facts may alter your position and persuade you to bypass the
bypass. Let’s zero in on what Dr Williams, Dr. Eby and others have been
discovering about the
most amazing cure for angina ever investigated
by clinical trials.   What is the mystery element?  ZINC! Just sitting there
patiently waiting for you to pay attention. Is that all? No, don’t reach for
the nearest cheap zinc tablets.  
Use only a highly bio-available form such
as an
organic concentrate or a pure zinc colloid. In less time than it
takes to recover from bypass surgery you can totally clobber the clogged
artery collapse. In just two or three weeks you can return to see that
stuttering physician as he attempts to explain how that fancy diagnostic
machine must have been previously mistaken.  Are you gasping at such
incredulous assertions? You demand I substantiate my claim? You are the
one who’s life hangs in the balance for lack of knowledge! Proof is what
you need when someone demands you dish out ninety thousand dollars
for bypass surgery! Just the same I wish you relief and I direct your
investigation to the medical legend who enlightened my mind.
Dr. Eby originated his studies on zinc for colds and flu. And like
many breakthrough discoveries after years of research a discovery
occurred during one of Dr Eby’s many clinical trials for the zinc lozenges
for colds and flu.  One of the patients demanded a lot more of what he
had been taking. He didn’t care if it was a placebo or zinc…..he wanted
more.  Turns out the man had, had angina for fifteen years, and yet after
just five days of taking Dr Eby’s zinc formula, the angina vanished. Prior
to this the poor fellow hadn’t even been helped by nitroglycerine.
Now this man’s angina was suddenly gone, his blood pressure was
normal, his heart was in great shape…..Coincidence, right? Wrong.
Dr Eby launched a trial using this high zinc dosage for angina
In practically every case, it worked wonderfully.  Dr Eby then
dug up earlier research. He found studies as far back as 1968, showing
dramatic results for angina patients. He even looked up statistics on Polish
miners, only to find out that they had a huge reduction in their incidence
of angina.
Why haven’t you already hear about it? This simple solution is
vanishing into obscurity because no one can figure out how to make a
bunch of money promoting it.  Below are the findings of another Dr
Williams who did further studies, He also cross-examined patients who
tried it. They swear by it. Remarkably, too, it doesn’t just dilate the
arteries, but actually seems to cleanse them.

Researchers at the University of Kentucky found that a
zinc deficiency
can increase your risk of heart attack.
By triggering inflammation and
lowering the body’s level of cardio-protective compounds, it can lead to
clogged arteries…or worse.

By George A. Eby, M.S. and William W. Halcomb, D.O.
E-Mail: george.eby@george-eby-research.com
Web Site: http://george-eby-research.com

Posted: 12 June 2005


We reviewed the literature related to the effects of high dose zinc in
arteriosclerosis-induced angina pectoris. Lipid peroxidation and LDL
oxidation are believed to be critical for arteriosclerosis, and consequently
angina pectoris. Administration of biologically available zinc was a
beneficial treatment in a significant percentage of patients with severely
symptomatic, inoperable atherosclerotic disease. In these patients, there
was no difference in zinc concentration between patients with and without
atherosclerosis in whole blood, erythocytes or hair, but there was a major
difference between normal aorta and diseased aortas (40.6 ppm zinc in
normal aorta vs. 23.2 ppm zinc in atherosclerotic aorta, 40.6 ppm zinc in
normal aorta vs. 19.4 ppm zinc in atherosclerotic aneurysm aorta), and no
difference between normal and aneurysm aorta, although copper was low
in aneurysm aorta. Medication with high dose zinc sulfate to raise zinc
serum concentrations from 95 micrograms per deciliter to 177
micrograms per deciliter resulted in objective improvement in 12 of 16 of
these patients, including a patient that also had Raynard’s disease. Long
term environmental exposure to zinc resulted in a 40% reduction in the
incidence of angina of effort compared to people not exposed to
environmental zinc (P<0.01) and a 40% reduction in the incidence of
probable ischemia in exercise (P<0.001). Lead had no effect while
cadmium exposure resulted in more than tripling the incidence of angina
of effort (P<0.001). The antioxidative action of zinc prevents oxidation of
LDL cholesterol and consequently stops the main mechanism of
atherogenesis. Zinc blocks calcium and its several actions on
atherogenesis. Increased amounts of cytotoxic cytokines such as TNF-
alpha, IL-beta and IL-8, often produced in the elderly, are blocked by
high dose zinc. We hypothesize that higher serum concentrations of LDL
cholesterol resulting from administration of 300 mg of zinc per day is
caused by a release of low density cholesterol from cardiovascular tissues,
beneficially flushing it into the serum where it is readily observed, thus
decreasing arteriosclerosis, increasing circulation, terminating angina
pectoris and restoring more youthful cardiac function. Although
prevention of cholesterol-induced arteriosclerosis by zinc is predicted
from findings related to oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation, removal of
LDL might be attributable to action of ionic zinc on ICAM inhibition. In
stark contrast to current practice, high dose zinc should be considered as
basic in the strategy of prophylaxis and therapy of the atherosclerosis
process to terminate angina pectoris and restore youthful cardiac function.

Methods and Procedures

In 1981 while conducting a clinical trial using 23 mg of zinc from zinc
gluconate each two hours to treat common colds,(10) a 65 year old man
with severe, disabling angina pectoris evaded our selection criteria and
received zinc. His cold did not respond to zinc and he consumed 300 mg
of zinc on the first day and 276 mg of zinc on the following days of the 7
day trial. No copper supplements were given to alter the effects of high
dose zinc.


The patient returned a few days after the trial was over and wanted to
know whether he had received zinc or placebo. After 5 days on zinc, his
angina pectoris pain, very poorly controlled with any medication including
nitroglycerin, vanished for the first time in 15 years. Indeed, his blood
pressure was normal and he showed no outward evidence of coronary
damage. After his zinc therapy, he went snow skiing in the mountains of
Colorado for the first time in over 15 years and had no cardiac
discomfort. He obtained a new job and felt fine working hard all day.
Zulgtal Lab's
the originator of the "Ultra-Colloid" Mineral Supplements
Zulgtal Lab's
Ultra Colloidal Minerals
The Heart Disease Plaque
Solution Calcium Magnesium Zinc
By using this site, you signify your assent to this disclaimer.
If you do not agree to this disclaimer, please do not use the site.
Usage Disclaimer:
The information presented through this Web site is presented for educational purposes only. Because there is always some risk involved when changing diet and lifestyles, the author(s) and webmaster
are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences that might result. Please do not apply the techniques or the information on this web site if you are not willing to assume the risk. If you do
use the information contained on this web site without the approval of a health professional, you are prescribing for yourself, which is your constitutional right, but the author(s) and webmaster assume
no responsibility. The information presented through this Web site is not medical advice, and is not given as medical advice. Nor is it intended to propose or offer to propose a cure for any disease or
condition. Before starting any medical treatment, please consult a physician.
This site contains links to other Internet sites. These links are not endorsements of any products or services in such sites, and no information in such site has been endorsed or approved by this site.
Links are provided as Internet navigation tools only.
The people responsible for this web site are not medical professionals. We publish the information on this web site as a public service. While we hope the information presented here is helpful, what
you do with it is your responsibility.