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RE: [FH] Re: Is there value in supplementing "healthy" cats?

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  • Judi Levens
    It was both the cardiologist who started the South Beach Diet, and my alternative physician, who is a cardiologist and a specialist in hormones who told me
    Message 1 of 6 , May 6, 2008
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      It was both the cardiologist who started the South Beach Diet, and my "alternative" physician, who is a cardiologist and a specialist in hormones who told me that the use of CQ10 in conjunction with Lipitor is recommended. I would take their advice over the lady who told you a story...sorry...Judi


      To: feline-heart@yahoogroups.comFrom: rzivorad@...: Tue, 6 May 2008 02:00:46 +0000Subject: [FH] Re: Is there value in supplementing "healthy" cats?




      Hi Judi!Remember sentence "I told you just one story"? The lady whom Imentioned was quite certain that her troubles had come from CoQ10,because after she had discontinued it, her problems disappeared. Shetried it again, with the same result, and then she discontinued itforever.You suppose that you are healthy, but how can you be sure? Maybe youhave low level of CoQ10 in your body, which is signaled by your legsmuscles' cramps. Maybe long-term use of it preserved your heart, and youwere not aware of it. Who knows? I am just one more layman. The lack ofCoQ10 is documented in patients with heart failure. Its influence onso-called "healthy" people was not investigated. By the way,whom do we regard healthy � one without clinical symptoms ofdisease, or that one whose complete body works properly. Anyway, I won'tbe surprised if, one day, they start to use blood level of this coenzymeto predict heart failure.Kindest regards from Deda[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]







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