He has many complication type 2 diabetes, congestive heart failure, cardiomyopathy, valve disease,.
1. my father is not overweight at all.
Your advice my work for 70-80%, but I don't see how it can work for everyone.
advice is great but yours is always so complicated
It also detracts from the basic idea of the post - that blood sugar needs to be controlled in order for vitamin C to be the most effective as "Pauling's Therapy" for heart disease.
By making these dogmatic statements, about the obviously "correct" diet you ignore that findings of Kelley/Gonzalez and others (metabolic types for example) that we are all different and must eat differently to be in the best of health.
I wonder why should anyone take this seriously?
On the excercise regimine called cardiac rehab it's not a matter of weight . It's about getting that muscle in his chest that was sliced and diced back into working as it should. The heart failure is just another name for weak! If you have a weak muscle you excercise it to get it's strenght back. That's what it's all about!!
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