Clogged Heart Artery – You Can Reverse It Naturally


Many people today rely on their doctors to prescribe harmful drugs, including statins to treat their clogged heart arteries. When the blockage becomes worse they opt to install a stent to improve the blood flow.

Another invasive option is to go for a bypass surgery, which sometimes makes them die faster due to complications which many times we hear due to infections.

Unacceptable Excuses

Is that so? I am not a heart surgeon but I think an impaired cell repair that results in the newly sewn artery does not adhere as it should to the heart artery can be one the cause of the complications.

How many times have you ever heard about this post-heart surgery complication possibility from your relatives, friends, or neighbors? Maybe rarely or NONE.

Of course, after prescribing you appropriate drugs or after you are discharged from hospitals where a stent has been placed into your arteries or a bypass surgery has taken place, your doctors would advise you on how you should adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Another Attack

Unfortunately, after a few months or years, you are struck by another harsh heart attack. You would have dedicatedly been taking the drugs and adopting the healthy lifestyle as suggested but it seems something goes wrong somewhere.

You don’t know what it is. If you ask your doctor what might have gone wrong with the prescribed drugs he would probably say that the drugs were carefully tested by scientists for their efficacies before being approved by the FDA. So, you go home and continue to take the drugs for many more years.

Do you have other options perhaps alternative ones that can replace the ‘wonder drugs’ that might trigger a heart attack and serious damage to liver and kidneys?

The Answer is YES

If you take high strength statins you are 34% more likely to end up hospitalized with kidney issues, experts say.

Mayo clinic expert suggests that although you know statin side effects can be annoying consider the benefits of taking a statin before you decide to stop taking your medication. He further asserts that you should talk to your doctor so he may be able to come up with an alternative treatment plan that can help you lower your cholesterol without uncomfortable side effects.

What he tries to convey about the alternative treatment is that your doctor might suggest other types of statins with ‘less side effects.’ Really?

Since you have been reading my article this far, why don’t you read thru the rest of the article so that you can get some idea as to how natural remedies can help you to reverse your clogged arteries.


Most of the lifestyle elements I discuss below might have already been conveyed to you by your doctors or your friends. Anyway, some of the details can be a bit different from what you have heard. So, read on with an open mind.

Oxidative Stress

Oxidative occurs when antioxidants are lacking to neutralize free radicals effectively. Excess free radicals due to oxidative stress can eventually lead to oxidative damage.

Damage done by free radicals to cell membrane molecules can result in atherosclerosis (plaque build-up).

The followings are things you can do to prevent oxidative stress.

Avoid Sugar

Added sugar, high fructose corn syrup, grains (rice, wheat, and others), and processed carbs, all of which can cause oxidative stress. These are foods you need to avoid.

Avoid Fried Foods

Vegetable oils such as sunflower, corn, and soy are categorized as polyunsaturated fats as they contain two or more double bonds in their fatty acid molecules. The double bonds are easily oxidized when during production, shipment, storage, cooking, and in your body.

If oxidized polyunsaturated fats are parts of your arterial cell membranes, then proteins in the membranes, including calcium channel are prone to being malfunctioning. This results in too much calcium getting into your arterial cells and cannot get out due to malfunction, then your endothelial and intimal cells would end up clogged up by calcium.

This build-up is what most scientists and doctors call as cholesterol build-up. Funny isn’t it?

So, avoid using these vegetable oils in cooking. Use healthier cooking oil such as extra virgin coconut oil, palm oil, and coconut oil.

A recent research has shown that eating fried fish can increase your risk of heart disease. Study authors think that fried fish itself is at fault. Instead, eating fried fish may be a litmus test that indicates an unhealthy lifestyle, which is more likely to lead to heart disease.

Note: As all cooking oils get oxidized when heated, and oxidized oils can leed to oxidative stress, then avoiding fried foods altogether would be best if you wish to accelerate your heart disease reversal.

Avoid Processed Foods

Artificial colorings are one of the additives in processed foods thought to cause oxidative stress. Other ingredients such as hydrogenated fats and acrylamides in crackers, muffins, and cakes are also thought to cause similar thing.

Quit Smoking

Smoking won’t benefit you in any way. Period.

Cigarette smoke contains hundreds or perhaps thousands of chemical compounds containing benzene rings that can cause oxidative stress. If you smoke try to find ways to quit today.

Drink or Quit

Resveratrol contents in red wine are revered as potent antioxidants, Red wine is said to be better in term of antioxidant activities compared to white wine.

How about alcohol content in wine? It is changed to ethanol, an aldehyde that is very harmful to your cells! It is said to be cytotoxic, meaning it can damage any cells in your body, including that of your arteries.

That’s why some experts believe that drinking little alcohol also can harm your health. To them, quitting might be the best choice.

Avoid Overeating

Overeating makes your liver work harder to detoxify chemical contents in your foods. If you make overeating as a habit, you would really burden your liver to work harder and harder.

Habitual overeating is believed can cause toxic overload that circulates in your bloodstream throughout your body, including your heart. The circulating toxins usually are in the form of free radicals (unfinished detox due to too many foods you consumed over time that lacking appropriate antioxidants to neutralize them) that can cause damage to your heart’s arterial cell membrane components.

Manage Stress Well

Chronic stress is associated with oxidative stress and inflammation. Managing your stress can help reduce cortisol, hence prevents oxidative stress.

Eat Lots of Fruits and Veggies

Antioxidants are vital in helping your body to detoxify efficiently as well as helping your body’s natural antioxidants such as glutathione and superoxide dismutase to do their jobs in neutralizing free radicals.

Assorted fruits and veggies are loaded with potent antioxidants. Eat them in every meal and nibble on them when you feel to snack on something.

Other Details

You may explore further details on the healthy lifestyle by reading my article titled Healthy Living – Definition and How to Go About It.

Herbal Interventions

Honey elixir containing ginger, garlic, lemon, apple cider vinegar and honey may help reverse clogged arteries, hence reverses your heart disease.

Liquid lime extract taken regularly, thrice per day, is also believed to help reverse clogged arteries.

A teaspoonful of clove powder taken with ghee or whole milk, twice per day, can also help reverse the clogged arteries. It is best taken along with a teaspoonful of Triphala Churna (powder).

Naturali Eva
Natura Eva, a busy client-service manager, has been living healthily by adopting every element of natural/holistic lifestyles she finds suitable. She enjoys travelling, seeing new places, and studying other people culture. She learns new invaluable things every day and loves to share her experience with her friends and the public

  • Photomaineac

    Remember to stay hydrated as well.

  • Babs

    Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. both proved heart disease could be stopped and sometimes even reversed through diet and lifestyle. Highly recommend you google them and explore. Will change your health future 🙂

  • Phillis Stein

    Vitamin D at optimal levels is also very helpful in terms of assisting with inflammation. This will increase calcium absorption – thus there is a need to balance the calcium with magnesium and also take vitamin K2 (NOT K1 which clots) which is the ‘traffic cop’ for calcium. This will at least take calcium from the arteries (where it largely doesn’t belong) and redirect it into the bones (where it DOES belong). There is no blood test as yet to monitor K2 levels as far as I’m aware, but a good idea to supplement with this (or eat fermented foods daily) if you are supplementing with D3 (get D3 not D2).

    I also recommend free antioxidants which you can obtain from walking on the earth with bare feet – even better to paddle in salt water at the beach. Wet grass also good. About 20-30 minutes a day 3 times a week if you can manage it. This will not only draw excess radiation (EMFs etc) OUT of your body, but will also provide you will the gift of free electrons through your feet – these help neutralize free radicals. Inflammation scores, such as CRP, are better indicators of this issue, not cholesterol.

    Also a good idea to ensure your final meal is eaten 2-3 hours prior to sleep and remove ALL electronic devices from bedrooms.

    • Homer king

      Thank you for this! This confirmed it for me. Hawaiian Spirulina has K2. I incorporate calcium, Spirulina, and chlorella is the a.m. And magnesium before bed with plenty of walking and water throughout the day. (My go to products are Garden of life 🙂 how do I get ahold of you?

  • Just me

    The problem is that most do not radically change their diet and lifestyle. Most will just continue their habits because their symptoms have improved and their reliance on meds to “take care of the problem”. The key is to radically change bad habits but that is quite difficult with food and other addictions,time constraints, and the “magic pill” belief. The prevention mantra needs to be preached from the schools and workplaces and on every media platform, direct pharma advertising on media platforms should be eliminated, and insurance companies should pay for psych counseling to overcome addictions and dietician advice (and of course, the advice must be sound, not what the ADA or other groups teach because that has been manipulated by the government by lobbyists looking out for profit not the true betterment of our lives) to deal with these issues. Healthy ways to ward off stress should be emphasized and good sleep habits should be continually encouraged. Studies looking at the benefits of these ideas have been done and should be on the “front page” so to speak before trying meds. This is a difficult message to implement but it is the safest and most effective way to treat disease

    • Phillis Stein

      Interesting what you mention about dieticians – I met my friend at her mother’s house a few months ago and the mother had just had her session with the dietician. The poor woman was sitting at the table with 3 packets of “sugar-free” biscuits in front of her, looking very depressed and clearly completely confused about what she COULD eat! I suspect people need more help with the implementation. Slowly, slowly is often the way to go with those who face substantial issues in changing their ways, and it can often not be a good idea to change things too quickly, depending on the situation. If you are too radical, you often set the person up for failure. This should be viewed as an ongoing process of improvement IMHO. Many people have become so estranged from what is healthy (no wonder with all the conflicting advice floating around) that they often need help, better explanations of how to do it, recipes even. Just handing people a list of things they can’t eat is not helpful IMO, the person may need more assistance in order to be successful. Sugar is something that people need to be particularly careful about – it is absolutely like a drug and you need to withdraw from it gradually, because if your gut is in a mess and you quit suddenly, you might do some damage if you have candida, for example. These yeasts (and there is also a fungal version) can release some really nasty toxins on their way out – so I would recommend stepping the sugar down as though it was a drug.

  • Erik

    Cayenne pepper – start slow and build up!

  • Boo Boo

    I have try many of these suggestion worked very well also would include Immunocal to that list

  • Wendy Allen

    EDTA IV chelations/pomegranate/Serrapeptase/no gluten/dairy/soy/sugar/GMO/heated oils/certain fats/Vit D3/sunlight/detoxing/antioxidants and more may help unclog blood vessels.

  • 59LesPaul

    Surely to reverse heart disease you would take Vitamin C/Lysine as per the Rath Health Foundation.

  • emmanuelozon

    Are you still taking statins?

    I was prescribed statins and took three of them while I researched the drug. On the fourth day I took the remainder of the prescription to the police dept and disposed of them.

    On another note… Try grounding yourself. I started grounding (earthing) last year, and have been able to eliminate the lisinopril I was prescribed for high blood pressure. My BP averages 117/79 in the AM, and 110/70 in the PM, with no medication.

    On still another note… Try intermittent fasting. I reversed my type 2 diabetes in less than three months. Got rid of 2000 milligrams of metformin, and 5 milligrams of glyburide daily. My 30 day average glucose reading is at 100.37.

    Doctors are great in an emergency, but afterwards I’ll do the research myself.

  • madison995

    Fermented Soy is K2-Mk7. Takes the calcium from your arteries to your bones , teeth etc, where it belongs…
    Also K2-Mk4 does the same as Mk7, but Mk-7 should be taken during the day, as it can keep you up at night..K2-MK4 does not stay in the body for long, but Mk7 does , you might not need that everyday. In liquid or pill form, K2-MK-7 can make you Anxious, but K2 MK-4 Will NOT.