and Heart disease
It has been proven that certain infections can cause heart disease. The currently known pathogens include Bacteroides Forsythus, Porphomonas Gingivalis (both from the mouth) nanobacteria, Chlamydia Pneumonia, H. Pylori and herpes simplex virus type 1. Nanobacteria in particular is known to secrete calcium apatite, which can harden the arteries.
Dr. Deepak Bhatt of the American
Heart Association, noted in his research that patients whose white blood cell
counts were in the top 25 percent of all white blood cell levels tested had the
same risk of death from heart disease as patients with diabetes, about a 40
percent increase in the risk of fatal heart attacks.
In a study presented by
Dr. Efthymois Deliargyris at Chapel Hill, Dr. Deliargyris said that 85 percent
of his heart attack patients had severe periodontal disease as opposed to only
29 percent of the healthy volunteers.
That alone was enough for Dr. Cohen to acquire and test out a new hygienic system for brushing our teeth.
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