Plaque Is Not Fatty Deposits but Pressed Mass of Capillaries, Comments Dr. Simon Allen on Recent Cardiology News, Fine Treatment Reports

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Referring to his Origin of Diseases Theory, Dr. Simon Allen explains that plaque in coronary artery wall develops progressively because of spontaneous growth of capillaries triggered by micro-hypothermia, which itself can be caused by a variety of factors, so plaque is not a buildup of fatty deposits but a pressed mass of capillaries. Dr. Allen’s expert commentary addresses a recent BBC News report saying warnings over saturated fats are misguided, states Fine Treatment.

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Dr. Simon Allen explains that plaque consists of capillary tissue, which grows continuously due to normal physiological functioning of the capillary net gradually turning into pathological angiogenesis. Thus, according to Dr. Allen, a widespread notion of coronary plaque being fatty deposits doesn’t make sense, Fine Treatment reveals. The BBC Health News report of October 23, 2013, “Saturated fat heart disease myth”, quotes a cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra saying the risk from saturated fat in foods is being overstated and demonised.

Dr. Malhotra said there was too much focus on the fat with other factors, such as sugar, often overlooked. It is time to "bust the myth of the role of saturated fat in heart disease", he writes in an opinion piece in the British Medical Journal.

It is worth remembering Dr. Ancel Keys who in 1956 proposed a view that a diet consisting of large amounts of butter, lard, eggs and beef would lead to coronary heart disease. Ultimately, this resulted in the American government recommending that people adopt a low-fat diet in order to prevent heart disease. However, in 1990 Dr Keys himself concluded that cholesterol in the diet “doesn’t matter at all unless you happen to be a chicken or a rabbit.”

Since it’s been admitted that fatty food doesn’t influence plaque’s development and buildup in heart arteries, a legitimate question comes up: what makes up plaque?

Dr. Allen’s view that plaque is formed by the expansion of capillaries has a valid ‘raison d'etre’, as according to his Origin of Diseases Theory, the cause of ischemic cardiac disease is based on two functional properties of capillaries: capillaries respond to triggers identically, they constrict; in order to ensure normal blood circulation, the capillary net expands spontaneously.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), plaque in coronary artery consists of not only fat but calcium and other substances found in the blood. This is in line with Dr. Allen’s view of plaque consisting of a pressed mass of capillaries.

Thermobalancing therapy is Dr. Allen’s solution to the plaque problem: it brings a gradual relief to the tension inside the coronary artery wall naturally.

“Thermobalancing therapy is an effective coronary heart disease treatment option,” comments Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment helps to tackle the cause of plaque problem in coronary arteries – without risky invasive heart procedures and unnecessary medications.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:

Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen’s Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica.

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