Limiting this one food can save you from leaky gut, heart attack, and stroke

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Hey, Matt Cook here, and there is one particular food that I never, ever eat.

It is so deadly for men. And for anyone really, even animals.

Yet this food is slipping into everything we consume…

They’re sticking it in packaged foods, fresh foods, so called “healthy foods”!

Please, whatever you do, try to avoid this one food that sets off a deadly chain reaction in the body…

It can seriously save your life.

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Limiting this one food can save you from leaky gut, heart attack, and stroke

Blood clotting abnormalities can play a role in angina, heart attack, and some types of stroke.

Many things can change how thick or thin your blood runs.

Something called thromboxane A2 can play a major role in increasing the risk of clotting problems.

Thromboxane A2 is produced by platelets in the blood and causes the blood to become thicker.

There is very good reason to believe that high levels of thromboxane A2 can cause high blood pressure, heart attack, angina and stroke.

One of the things that causes high levels of thromboxane A2 is endotoxin — a type of bacteria which can leak from the gut.

Another factor which plays into damage caused by thromboxane A2 is the levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids (vegetable oils) in the diet.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the Medical University of South Carolina Charleston. The findings are published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation.

By now, you have undoubtedly heard of “leaky gut syndrome.”

This syndrome consists of an almost endless list of symptoms and diseases — including cardiovascular disease and stroke.

As the name suggests, the problem arises from a leaky gut.

Specifically, the gut leaks a type of bacteria called endotoxin.

This bacterial endotoxin gets into the bloodstream and sends the immune system crazy.

When endotoxin levels get high enough it causes extreme illness — this is called endotoxic shock.

Endotoxic shock can rapidly cause death from stroke or heart attack.

This study wanted to know whether thromboxane A2 played a role in endotoxic shock.

Thromboxane A2 is something which is released by platelets in the blood causing blood to become thicker — which can lead to clotting.

“The potential deleterious role of the pro-laboratory vasoconstrictive, thromboxane A2, in endotoxic shock was investigated and rats.”

In the experiments, rats were injected with endotoxin bacteria — the same type of bacteria which can leak from the gut.

The researchers found that indeed, endotoxin bacteria increases thromboxane A2.

“After administration of endotoxin, thromboxane levels increased from normal levels to very high levels within 30 minutes.”

Leaky gut syndrome increases thromboxane which thickens the blood. 

Gut problems can cause cardiovascular disease including heart attack.

These gut bacteria can also lead to stroke because of blood clots.

The researchers tried the same experiment on the number of other groups of rats. 

One of these groups of rats were fed a diet which had very low levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids — which come from vegetable oils.

These polyunsaturated fatty acids — vegetable oils — contain the building blocks of thromboxane.

So the researchers wanted to know whether animals deficient in these types of fats would be protected against the toxic effects of endotoxin and thromboxane.

Limiting vegetable oils in the diet protected the animals against thromboxane and endotoxin.

The fats contained in vegetable oils have been incorrectly labeled as essential fatty acids.

“In contrast to controls, essential fatty acid deficient rats did not exhibit significant elevations in thromboxane.”

Those animals, with lower levels of thromboxane after endotoxin exposure, were deficient in arachidonic acid

This is a fat found in common vegetable oils which serves as the building block of thromboxane.

And this has real-world consequences…

The “fatty acid deficient” animals were far less likely to die from endotoxin and thromboxane.

“Essential fatty acid deficiency significantly reduced mortality in response to lethal endotoxin doses.”

To put it another way, the combination of endotoxin and vegetable oil increases the likelihood of death triggered by thromboxane A2.

High levels of endotoxin, usually caused by “leaky gut syndrome,” trigger the production of lethal thromboxane A2 — which is made from fats found in vegetable oil.

Perhaps we should decrease our consumption of vegetable oils.

“Endotoxin increases synthesis of thromboxane A2 that may contribute to the pathogenesis of endotoxic shock.”

I believe that the very recent addition of vast amounts of this type of fat to our diet is one of the major causes of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

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When the gut is overloaded with bacteria, it doesn’t just stay in the gut…

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the taking levitra to ensure accuracy.


Elevated thromboxane levels in the rat during endotoxic shock: protective effects of imidazole, 13-azaprostanoic acid, or essential fatty acid deficiency