j2iron wrote:Hello all! I am brand new to this forum and this is my first post, I hope I am in the correct area.
In reading thru the information on this site I see references to "chronic scurvy" and "scabs' that are formed on arterial walls and also to the reference of "plaque" that forms on arterial walls. My question is: what about calcium deposits in arterial walls? Is this the same as the plaque mentioned in Dr. Paulings research? Will Dr. Paulings formula work on calcium deposits, how does one know if his or her plaque is the treatable type, and is there in fact any difference in treatable types? Thank you,
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