Well Being: Cardiovascular Damage & Health

Well Being: Cardiovascular Damage & Health by Robert W Malone MD, MS – SubStack

The role of supplements.

There have been a some peer reviewed papers recently published which provide clear evidence that certain dietary supplements can help in repairing and supporting cardiovascular and vascular health. Based on these data, it is reasonable to hypothesize that supplements shown to support heart and vascular health in this manner will provide benefit to those with damage done to the heart and arteries/veins by COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccines and most likely will have benefit.

This topic comes out of a conversation that I had with Dr. Ryan Cole and Dr. Richard Urso around the kitchen table one night a few months ago in Tennessee, when we were providing testimony to the Tennessee legislature on natural immunity. We were discussing damage done to the heart and vessels by COVID-19 as well as the vaccines, and what types of interventions or treatments can be done to help alleviate this damage. Jill mentioned supplements and all involved shared some very pragmatic ideas on the subject, a discussion that lasted well into the night.

In this Substack, I am writing to the many people with COVID-19 and vaccine damage – as well as older people and all the people that support them who have asked me the following question again and again.

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“What can we do to alleviate damage from the jab and long COVID?”

So, if this isn’t you and you aren’t interested – feel free to stop reading now.

For those that don’t want to get into the peer reviewed literature, below is a brief overview on three supplements that one should consider taking for heart and vascular health. This section is followed by a brief discussion on dosing. Finally, I present the evidence in the form of selected peer reviewed literature.

First I provide a brief lay summary for each topic area, and then below I provide links to the papers.

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