YSK new study links coronary heart disease to vitamin C deficiency
This publication accepted March 17, 2015 shows an inverse relation between vitamin C intake and heart disease in transgenic mice. In it they show; mice with the highest intake of vitamin C had the lowest depositions of Lipoprotein(a) in their arteries and the least atherosclerotic lesion development. This publication deals a major blow to the cholesterol theory of heart disease.
This week I learned .3% of women on birth control pills develop blood clots. 1 in 16,000 women on birth control pills develop brain clots. My wife was that one and had a stroke last week at 29 years old. For about a year she'd had what doctors told her were "sinus headaches" that were so bad she missed work at least once a month. Then the headache got exponentially worse, she was unbalanced, started vomiting, and had slurred speech and aphasia. That's when we went to the ER and found out she'd had a stroke. She was in the hospital for six days. Be aware of those symptoms.