Life Extension Optometry

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Hypertension Image

Blocked Artery Cleared

Child Heart Disease
Here you see a young person photographed 9th Aug 2006

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And below the same young person  in Sept 2007, one year later, after a gram of vitamin C every day. There is considerable improvement, but – unfortunately, the same care was not taken during the next year, the vitamin C was discontinued and the arterial disease returned with very little difference showing from the first photograph.


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Spot the Difference!

  
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No need to comment? Which blood circulation would YOU choose to have? But doctors and Optometrists are taught that the top picture is of a healthy eye.


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Why 1% Difference is Critical

Much training is needed to evaluate 1% changes.

1% deterioration every year from a very common baseline of 40% blockage at age 20 means that by age 45 you would be into 75% blockage and probably in pain (Angina) on exertion, if you are still alive. The change here is much more than 1%!

Boy of 14

14 year old boy after a year of vitamin C.

A vein is seen to be closing with the oxidised cholesterol reaching into the Large vein on the Right. As the blockage starts to dissolve, the “back pressure” Driving the blood into the large vein to return to the heart, is seen to reduce And the bulge disappears.

Girl of 9

 
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A 9 yr old girl in bad condition. Given vitamin C for a year. Greatly improved but still bad condition. Another year later she had stopped taking the vitamin C had gained substantial weight and regressed to her previous condition. Note the lower picture shows more colour and less “White” in the vessels As the blood flow returns following dissolving of much blockage. This child could die of a coronary thrombosis but a whole range of pathology could  start before that?  The 2nd Picture shows vessels opening. Colour (Blood supply) returns to Optic Nerve and Brain!

    
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