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Copyright 2004,2005 By Owen R Fonorow, Naturopath

Last Update: Sun Nov 6 13:54:51 EST 2005

NOTE: Linus ing specifically recommended high oral doses of

vitamin C and the amino acid lysine.

Other elements in the following ing Therapy protocol,

ordered by importance, account for many variables. These

recommendations are based on the experience of more than a decade

recommending ing's protocol, and they feature ing's earlier

advice published in 1986. This protocol is designed to help overcome a

poor diet, advancing age, or the use of prescription drugs commonly

given to heart patients.


Cardiologist have been kept in the dark about the vitamin C

connection. Few cardiovascular drugs benefit heart patients. Several

exacerbate heart conditions and should be eliminated in favor of the

following othomolecular protocols:


Take Vitamin C as ascorbic acid (or sodium ascorbate, but this

form may be less effective) up to bowel tolerance (6 to 18 g per day

in divided doses.)

The half-life of vitamin C in the blood stream is 30

minutes. NIH findings indicate that a minimum of 500 mg every 4 hours

leads to highest sustained blood levels. Take more before bed, trips,

etc. Trouble with bloating/gas/diarrhea after your vitamin C? Try

Liposomal Vitamin C


Take Lysine 3000 to 6000 mg (3 to 6 g) daily for the maximum

therapeutic value. Take 2000 to 3000 mg (2 to 3 g) daily for prevention.


Supplement Coenzyme Q10 (100 - 300 mg)

Note: Vitamin C and several vitamins will help stimulate

your own synthesis of CoQ10. CoQ10 is a vital substance for energy and

proper heart function. Popular drugs interfere with your body's own

production of CoQ10, and they may lead to heart failure.


NEW: Eliminate man-made/processed fats, such as trans fats and

hydrogenated oils. Supplement Omega-3 rich oils, e.g. evening

primrose, flaxseed, and certain fish oils.

" Research has shown that an Omega-3 Index of 8 percent to 10

percent reduces a person's relative risk of death from coronary heart

disease by 40 percent, and from sudden cardiac death by 90 percent. "

This benefit probably results from restored insulin-mediated

glucose/vitamin C uptake into cells. [see: Protocol for Reversing

Diabetes Type II by Eliminating Hydrogenated and Trans Fats and adding

Omega-3 oils... ]

Note: Following an Atkins-style diet will eliminate most

trans fats because these " poisons " appear mostly in processed

carbohydrate foods such as cookies, crackers, snacks, etc. Butter is

vastly supperior to margarine. Natural saturated fats are superior to

any fats or oils processed for longer shelf life.


Take the amino acid proline from 250 mg to 2000 mg daily.

This factor, added to ing's original protocol, and

recommended by Mathias Rath, may lower elevated Lp(a) within 6 to 14

months. It is difficult to suggest an optimum dose for everyone

because the healthy body can manufacture its own proline. A few

alternative doctors recommend 2 g (2000 mg), but the Tower

HeartTechnology formula has produced consistent good results. It can

apparently lower Lp(a) with smaller dosages of proline.


Follow Linus ing's heart and cardiovascular recommendations

as provided in his book 1986 HOW TO LIVE LONGER AND FEEL BETTER

Linus ing's Basic Vitamin Advice is Centered on Vitamin

C, and adds:

Natural Vitamin E - 800 iu (to 3200 iu)

Per Doctor Sinatra's Miracle of CoQ10 book, an

epidemiological WHO study found that low vitamin E is highly

predictive of heart attack. Their findings were that heart attack is

70% more likely when serum levels of vitamin E are low, than because

of either high blood pressure or high choleserol.

Vitamin A - 20,000 to 40,000 iu

Super B-Complex

Daily Multiple Vitamin/Mineral

Low Sugar

Plenty of Water


NEW: Eat salt, but only unrefined salt,

Brownstein discovered literature that a low-salt diet can

cause the body to change its hormonal balance as it attempts to retain

sodium. This leads to a 400% chance of heart attack in those with high

blood pressure and low sodium intake [*]. Refined (ordinary table

salt) is poisonous, but unrefined salt has over 80 minerals and can be

considered a necessary " health food. "


Supplement Magnesium (150 to 1500 mg) Certain chelated forms are

better absorbed and you need less.


Reduce supplemental Manganese (no more than 2 mg).(More than 20

mg daily can lead to irregular heart beats according to the USDA)

Manganese alters mitochodrial integrity in the hearts of

swine marginally deficient in magnesium ... These results suggest that

high Mn, when fed in combination with low Mg, disrupts mitochondrial

ultrastructure and is associated with the sudden deaths previously



NEW: Eliminate ordinary sugar and refined carbohydrates.

New research confirms Dr. Ely's 30-year theory that

sugar (glucose) competes with ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) for

insulin-mediated uptake into cells. Consuming too much sugar and

refined carbs can effectively crowd out Vitamin C.

See Also: GAA and Diabetes Type II


Supplement Vitamin K (1 to 40 mg) to help regulate calcium from

soft tissues into bones

Note: Prescription blood " thinning " drugs such as Warfarin

and Coumadin interfere with vitamin K. These drugs should never be

prescribed for heart patients. They have been proven to cause rapid

calcification of soft tissues in animal studies [*] and there is

evidence that they cause hard arteries in humans. Unfortunately, these

drugs are routinely prescribed. Patients on " rat poison " style blood

thinners should avoid vitamin K until they find a nutritionally

oriented physician to help wean them. Blood thinner substitutes to the

prescription drugs include: 2000 IU Unique-E (from A. C. Grace),

arginine (3000 mg), grape seed extract, fish (Omega-3) oils, etc.


Avoid supplemental calcium


Add a good mineral/multivitamin


Supplement the amino acids Taurine, Arginine and Carnitine (1 to

3 g).

The following link to the ing Therapy and Video provides the

scientific rationale for the Linus ing vitamin C/lysine therapy on

a 1 hour video:


Synopsis of the heart disease cure (extracted from the Clinical Guide

to Vitamin C)...

Why The Therapy May Not Work For You...

All Owen's Articles...

Back to the cure for heart disease...

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