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Cardiologist Floored

Post Number:#1  Post by ofonorow » Thu Jun 21, 2007 7:11 am

Owen

How do I become a distributor? My cardiologist was floored when I participated in your study some years ago. Now that I'm in my 50's (Hooray!), I would like to see my 60's and 70's.
L.M.


Great news! Can you provide more details - did your Lp(a) drop? I mean, why was your doctor floored?

As far as becoming a distributor - the basic requirements are outlined at http://www.hearttechnology.com/plan.htm


Note to readers, this person had VERY high lp(a) before starting Tower HeartTechnology. We ran a largely uncontrolled pilot study of HeartTechnology some years ago w/r to Lp(a). From memory, the customer voluntarily submitted their initial Lp(a) scores, Tower provided some free product, and then we obtained another Lp(a) score some time later. One problem turned out to be the lab some customers/subjects utilitzed. (This is when we lost faith in a well-known National lab which computes, rather than measures Lp(a). ) We couldn't publish our findings, but all in all, Lp(a) did drop.
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Re: Cardiologist Floored

Post Number:#2  Post by BaronZemo » Thu Jun 21, 2007 9:48 am

Can you provide more details - did your Lp(a) drop? I mean, why was your doctor floored?


because he knocked him out with one punch

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Clarification

Post Number:#3  Post by ofonorow » Mon Jun 25, 2007 6:02 am

Owen,

I participated in a survey that you ran a number of years ago using two jars of Heart technology per month. My lp(a) was running around 120. After six weeks, the rate was 35. My medical records have a big "Wow!" in the margins. It's still 5 over the norm, but sure is a big improvement. My cardiologist didn't thing anything would knock my cholesterol and lp(a) down until I used heart technology, since my father died at 47 from a second massive heart attack. Poor genetics can be overcome.
Owen R. Fonorow, Orthomolecular Naturopath


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