In October 1988, my sister introduced me to a natural alternative medicine product she was taking. I started it not thinking it would do anything for me. In other words, I was skeptical. I knew since she was on it, I felt there was no harm. Also my mother was taking it. Several months later I noticed a complete change in my physical condition. I had been retaining fluids, which I am no longer doing, my sinus problem had lessened, and my Cholesterol level was reduced and lower than it had been in years. My mother who had been in constant pain now was doing great. The only thing we were doing different was the Dr. Koch's Vitacel GH7 supplements product, we are still using.
Every one wants good health. Vitacel which is inexpensive, harmless, and been around since 1947. 60 Minutes did a complete segment on Gerovital H3. You will look and feel younger because Vitacel GH3 penetrates the cell membrane. When our cells die this causes many major diseases.
VERA B. BUCKHOLDT
For 38 years I have fought arthritis, which started in my hands and then spread, at various times, to my neck, back, knees, and hips. Shots or injections, such as gold shots, Cortisone, or Novocaine were of no help or brought only temporary relief. Medications such as Indocin, Prednisone, Motrin, and most recently Naproxyn caused gastric distress resulting in three (3) gastric hemorrhages that required blood transfusions. The last hemorrhage put me in intensive care. After that, I was told to take only Ecotrin in conjunction with food. This gave no relief to the painful left thigh muscles and hip even though I was taking at least eight (8) tablets in a 24 hour period. Neat and cold therapy, plus ultrasound, brought no relief. Only Tylenol with Codeine gave some lessening of distress. Pain developed in any sitting or lying position. Walking was painful, even with the use of a cane.
Doctors ruled out hip surgery, saying I was a poor surgical risk since I had vascular problems in the past. However, in March 1984, my orthopedist injected Procaine into my left hip. Then, while in the X-ray department under a fluoroscope, Procaine was injected directly into the hip socket. The pain immediately lessened and I could walk without a cane. However, these injections did not have a lasting effect.
It required three months for the hip and thigh pain to disappear and somewhat longer for the other ailments. The effect on high cholesterol is still in a trial period but I am convived that Vitacel diet and food health supplements will lower my bad cholesterol levels in time. Now, I have ceased the use of all medications for arthritis as well as Tagamet for stomach distress and anti-histamines (taken for seven 7 years). The eczema on my fingers has disappeared plus I do not suffer muscular cramps on my legs of soles of my feet. I feel great! In October and November of 1984, I spent a month in Australia and New Zealand without problems.
Thanks to all of those involved in producing and telling everyone of Vitacel 7. I, for one, will be forever grateful for the boost to a comfortable life, free of pain and it lowered my cholesterol without all the side effects of other drugs and treatments. Vitacel was the natural cure for me.
January 16, 1984
Thanks so very much!
I became very ill in November of 1982. I went to the doctor and he did not find anything wrong with me. In December, I went to the hospital after going to the doctor one or more times. They gave me a CAT scan and found nothing. I had lots of medication in the hospital. I guess they thought I was going to die, so they must have given me lots. On the 29th of December, a doctor who was called in on the case found a carcinoma. I had cardiac arrest twice on December 29th, plus an operation with an incision 7 inches deep and 5 inches long. I wound up in the cardiac care unit with a temperature of 109.6, no blood pressure, and no pulse. I don’t remember anything from the 19th of December until the middle of January, 1983.
I came home and I knew that I was living on borrowed time. I took the drugs they gave me and felt that at anytime I could be gone. In February, 1983, Weston Robinson, a friend of ours, came to visit and saw how sick I was, and he gave me some >Vitacel GH3. I took it, but all hope was gone by now. After three days on the GH3. I had quit taking the drugs, and in 11 days, I had improved 100%.
Thank God for Margaret and Weston Robinson and GH3. I know a miracle happened because of their belief in GH3 and bringing it to me.
I’m getting better every day. I also had a very high Cholesterol level and now because of the Vitacel vitamin health supplements, I have reduced and lowerer my HDL cholesterol levels and have stopped taking prescription cholesterol drugs and medication.
MARY JANE JELVIK
If your bad cholesterol (LDL) is too high, your doctor may suggest you follow a low cholesterol diet such as the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP)'s Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes diet or TLC. Such diets help the average American could reduce total cholesterol levels by 15 percent. Additional percentage points of cholesterol may be reduced while also raising "good" HDL by adding regular exercise.
The low cholesterol diet prescribed in the TLC program is a low saturated fat, low cholesterol diet that will help to reduce your blood cholesterol level to decrease your chance of developing heart disease, future heart attacks, and other heart disease complications.
The TLC diet is a low-saturated fat, low-cholesterol eating plan. The TLC diet is for anyone whose LDL is above his or her goal level.
Diet to lower bad LDL cholesterol:
• Less than 7% of the day's total calories from saturated fat.
• 25-35% or less of the day's total calories from fat.
• Less than 200 milligrams of dietary cholesterol a day.
• Limit sodium intake to 2400 milligrams a day.
• Just enough calories to achieve or maintain a healthy weight and reduce blood cholesterol level.
Other Low Cholesterol or food diet factors:
• Soluble fiber may be increased in the diet if LDL is not lowered enough by reducing saturated fat and cholesterol.
• Certain food products that contain plant stanols or plant sterols (e.g., cholesterol-lowering margarines and salad dressings) can also be added to the diet to boost its LDL-lowering power.
What to eat to Lower Bad LDL cholesterol levels
Eat foods low in saturated fat, such as:
• fat free or 1% dairy products
• lean meats
• fish and shellfish
• skinless poultry
• whole grain foods
Look for soft margarines (liquid or tub varieties) that are low in saturated fat and contain little or no trans fat (another type of dietary fat that can raise your cholesterol level).
Eat foods high in soluble fiber, such as:
• certain fruits (e.g., oranges and pears)
• certain vegetables (e.g., Brussels sprouts and carrots)
• dried peas and beans
What Foods NOT to eat – High in Bad LDL Cholesterol
Limit foods high in cholesterol, such as:
• liver and other organ meats
• egg yolks
• full-fat dairy products