Watching our cholesterol levels is important for many reasons, yet despite warnings from physicians 1 in 6 Americans have high cholesterol. “If you look at populations of people, the higher the cholesterol, the higher the level of heart and blood vessel disease,” says Laurence Sperling, MD, head of preventive cardiology at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Our bodies make cholesterol, but we also get it from meats, eggs and dairy products. When our bodies take in more cholesterol than we need it causes plaque to build up and potentially clog our arteries. Clogged arteries can lead to stroke or heart attack.
What is Plaquex?
Plaquex is a mixture of essential phospholipids that has been used by physicians for over 55 years in one fourth of the world’s nations. Research shows that it can reduce cholesterol by aiding in the removal of cholesterol deposits from cell membranes, arteries, fat cells, muscle and connective tissue.
As we age cell membranes change and degrade. They lose elasticity, shape and the ability to function properly. Plaquex lipid replacement therapy is used to reverse plaque in the arteries, but can also affect cell aging and function. Studies show patients see a return in normal cell function after introducing Plaquex to the body. Cell aging is slowed, nourishment gains entry into the cell, and waste is removed.
Plaquex has been used to:
- Reduce heart pain
- Decrease bad cholesterol
- Increase good cholesterol
- Lower lipoprotein
- Improve memory function
- Lower high blood pressure
- Improve kidney function
- Protect damaged heart muscle
What to Expect
Plaquex therapy is administered intravenously through an IV in our offices. Taking Plaquex orally may not provide patients with a high enough dosage to make a significant impact on health. Delivering Plaquex intravenously results in higher plasma levels and better overall results for patients. Multiple sessions may be required for Plaquex to have a proper impact on cell rejuvenation.
At Dayton Dandes Medical Center we provide Plaquex therapy in office, where patients are made to feel comfortable. The process is quick, with patients in and out in less than two hours.
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