Q&A 4/20/23 Why damaged glycocalyx is at the root cause of most Cardiovascular Diseases


More research is showing how damaged to the endothelium glycocalyx is the root cause of most cardiovascular diseases. Understand causes and treatments for cardiovascular disease. What the endothelium and endothelial glycocalyx is. Different lifestyle habits that can promote this. The beginning causes of damage to the endothelium. How calcium and calcified arteries contribute. The role of cholesterol medication. The role of low dense lipoprotein. Endothelium, oxidative damage and inflammation. Importance of Nitric Oxide. What the difference is between Cholesterol vs Oxidized Cholesterol. How leaky vessels are created. Sublingual Veins and how they are an easy test for damaged glycocalyx. Supplements to support Glycocalyx


00:00 Introduction

03:21 causes and treatments for cardiovascular disease.

03:31 endothelium

06:11 endothelial glycolcalyx

07:47 Lifestyle 

09:08 Beginning causes of damage

09:40 Calcium and calcified arteries

10:20 Cholesterol medication

12:03 Low dense lipoprotein

13:07 endothelium, oxidative damage and inflammation

14:46 Nitric Oxide

16:07 Cholesterol vs Oxidized Cholesterol

17:43 Leaky Vessels

20:30 Sublingual Veins

23:23 Supplements to support Glycocalyx

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Dr. John Nieters L.Ac, DAOM, is an acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist, functional medicine, writer, teacher, and leader in the community.

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