Doesn't artery plaques contain cholesterol? Yes, they do, but lowering your cholestrol
will not clean them out. EDTA chelation can do it, but the treatments cost thousands of dollars.
"Oral chelation" pills cost somewhat less, but I haven't found them to be effective. The real solution is laughably simple and cheap.
Make artery plaques melt away. All you need to do is lower the melting temperature of the hardened cholestrol. Then it desolves back into your blood and literally washes away. Happily, you can do this with an absurdly affordable natural substance.
A three month supply costs about $6. It is called LECITHIN, and it is sold at health food stores all over America.
The reason it works so well, is because every cholestrol particle contains lecithin and cholestrol becomes soluble in the bloodstream only when enough lecithin is present. Maybe you have heard that "good" HDL cholestrol can help to scrub out your arteries. That's because HDL particles contain more Lecithin than LDL particles.
reprinted from ALTERNATIVES published by Mountain Home Publishing POBox 2000 Ranson, WV 25438-2000 and the articles are written by Dr. David G Williams a Texas ranch owner and world renowned Scientist.