HEART AND BLOOD VESSEL DISEASE
The use of GPC over the past 8 years by Chelation
doctors worldwide has shown GPC to be extremely useful in helping patients avoid
by-pass surgery, angioplasty, strokes , and amputations (especially in
diabetics). It is thought to reduce plaque deposits in the arterial walls and to
help reduce the "stiffness" of the 75,000 miles of blood vessels in the body.
More clinical trials will be needed to verify its exact method of action. The
results from intravenous GPC are greatly improved if used in a program that is
combined with intravenous EDTA Chelation therapy.
mentioned, GPC aids in the removal of cholesterol deposits from cell membranes,
arteries, fat cells, and muscle and connective tissue. It also reduces
homocysteine levels and because of this it can normalize HDL/LDL cholesterol and
Other studies on laboratory animals indicate that
treating relatively aged animals with GPC over an extended period, increased
animal lifespan by an average of 36%.
GPC is essential in male fertility since low GPC
is correlated with poor sperm motility. GPC has been found to greatly improve
male sexual competence. There has been sexual competence studies done with older
animals where their sexual function were greatly improved following a series of
intravenous GPC treatments. The sexual competence of these animals had been
almost nil prior to the treatments.
GPC was studied in clinical trials involving over 2000 stroke patients. GPC markedly improved the pace and extent of recovery. All aspects of memory, cognition, mood, word fluency, sociability, and overall clinical status were improved by the 6-month intravenous GPC regimen. One document declared that GPC is unmatched for STROKE recovery. GPC can be also used as a prophylactic and a treatment for "fat embolus".