Hydrate and Vibrate (TM)

When acidic-clogged plaque narrows an
artery that feeds the heart, the body responds by
trying to bulk up tiny blood vessels in the heart. As
these so-called collateral vessels grow more muscular
and interconnected, they begin to reroute some of
the blood flow around the blockage. Scientists have
been trying for years to nudge collateral blood
vessels to develop and prosper, but without great
success. However, you can do it at home without
anything more high-tech than a comfortable pair of
shoes, reports the Harvard Heart Letter in its
January 2008 issue.

Growing new collateral blood vessels can ease chest
pain (angina), limit heart attack damage, improve
survival, and perhaps even offer extra time for
emergency therapy in the case of a heart attack.
And exercise can boost these blood vessels!

Exercise dramatically increases blood flow and
removes dietary and metabolic acids through
the coronary arteries. The inner lining of the
arteries responds to this “stress” much as it does
to the stress of atherosclerosis, by stimulating
collateral blood vessels to elongate, widen, and
form new connections.

The Heart Letter notes that a little bit of exercise
won’t do the trick. You need to push your heart. If
you aren’t used to exercising, that may mean brisk
walking. Any activity that gets your heart beating
faster will do as long as you keep it up for 20 to
30 minutes at a time and do it several times a week.

Exercise removes dietary and metabolic acids and is
a great way to prevent heart dis-ease,
and a host of studies show that it can help some
people with narrowed coronary arteries safely
avoid bypass surgery or angioplasty. The Harvard
Heart Letter asks: Why not give yourself a natural
bypass before you need a surgeon to perform a more
painful and hazardous one?

Exercise!! Everyday!!

One of the best low impact, low stress and fun
forms of exercising, that exercises every
cell of the body simultaneously, is called whole
body vibration. Five minutes of whole body
vibrational exercising is worth over 1 hour of
other forms of strenuous exercise.

To learn more about one of the best forms of low
impact whole body exercising for a healthy body
and heart go to:


To help increase blood and lymph circulation you
only need to “hydrate and vibrate” (TM). Hydrate
with at least 1 liter of alkaline water per 50 pounds
of weight and vibrate on the VibrapHirm for at
least 10 minutes a day.

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