by Morley Evans
Do I have Cardiovascular Disease? No.
Anyone who calls himself a doctor can see from my blood pressure that I do not have cardiovascular disease. I do not need anything to treat a condition I do not have. I have blood pressure readings going back years. They are Normal or Optimal most of the time. I currently take no meds. Nothing. Nutrition and exercise are my regimens. I go to bed every night before 9:00 PM and get up at 7:00 AM. I am 71 years old.
Doctors John N. Alport, MD, and Christo Annandale, MD, prescribed Zocor® and Lipitor® to lower my cholesterol based on my high cholesterol reading which supposedly indicates that I have or I am at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Besides the scientific evidence indicating that cholesterol is not a contributing factor to cardiovascular disease this simple B/P test that every doctor does multiple times every day indicates I do not need anything. Whatever the cause, I do not have the disease. Period.
Alport and Annandale took twenty years out of my life for no reason whatsoever. They owe me big time. The doctors, the pharmacist, Dean Ast, and the pharmaceutical giants Merk, and Pfizer are going to pay, one way or another. Let's not forget their lying lawyers and the entire medico/legal system.
The choice facing the medico/legal system is to throw a couple of incompetent doctors over the side or lose the ship with all hands on board. Bankruptcy and jail-time loom. We no longer mount heads on pikes or hold public floggings, more's the pity. "Conventional" medicine has eaten itself out of house and home while it has created millions of enemies like me around the world.
Is my blood pressure always this low? No. It is higher after I eat. It is higher when I get out of bed. It is lower after I've been up for an hour or so. It goes up and down throughout the day as it should. It is lower in the mornings after I've had a workout at the gym the previous day.
I currently use a Qardio Arm medically-accurate device and my Apple iPhone to record my blood pressure.
High blood pressure leads to many medical problems, including cardiovascular disease. The cardiovascular disease produces high blood pressure because blood flow is restricted somewhere. Optimal blood pressure cannot be realized if such a condition exists. Does any doctor dare to dispute this? Below are the standards of blood pressure according to the WHO.
Is Optimal Blood Pressure Good?
"At this level, we have a much lower risk of heart disease or stroke. If your blood pressure is optimal, this is great news. ... If your blood pressure is above 120/80mmHg, you will need to lower it. Most adults in the UK have blood pressure readings in the range from 120 over 80 (120/80) to 140 over 90 (140/90)."
Was the foregoing paragraph written by someone selling a blood-pressure-lowering medication? According to WHO most adults in the UK are within the Normal or High-Normal range. They don't need anything which is bad news for pharmaceutical medicine.