#1 Top Remedy for Calcium Plaque in Your Arteries


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In mid September of 2022, Dr. Eric Berg uploaded perhaps his most controversial, yet important and beneficial YouTube video to his 8 million subscribers. Less than one hour later the video was removed. My suspicion is that Dr. Berg was aware of how often YouTube creators get their channels banned for so-called “misinformation” (according to YouTube). Not wanting such a fate to befall himself, I assume he pulled it.

Notice underneath the title on YouTube it says, "Unlisted."

Fortunately, I uploaded the video before it was removed. Then I transcribed it below.

If this video is ever made public again, here is the old link:

https:// youtu.be /Z6V_3W0uG6k (without the spaces)

#1 Top Remedy for Calcium Plaque in Your Arteries
(by Dr. Eric Berg)

You know, having calcium in your arteries is not a good thing. In fact, a coronary artery calcification test is one of the best tests to predict mortality from all deaths. So that’s a simple, quick test that you can get done to see if you have calcium in your arteries.

But my question is this: Why does calcium end up in the arteries in the first place? Is it just a lack of vitamin K2 that calcium is building up? Or is it part of the bandaid that comes with cholesterol and protein?

Now, the big danger of you having plaque in the arteries is it breaking off and getting lodged somewhere where it stops oxygen either to your heart or your brain. So you either get a heart attack or a stroke. So I think it’s real important to understand more about this plaquing and definitely why the calcium is in there.

Well, I want to introduce you to biofilms.

What is a biofilm? Biofilms are collective groups of microbes like bacteria or fungus or other microbes that tend to attach to surfaces. Okay? Now, in the environment, 95% of the bacteria live in the communities as biofilms. I mean, if you just go to the park where you see a little stream where there’s water and you pick up a rock in the stream, you’re going to notice it’s a little slippery. A little film on that rock. That is biofilms. Bacteria and other microbes are forming together and they’re attaching themselves to that rock.

Well, the same thing happens in your body with tartar on your teeth. That tartar plaque, is biofilms. And so these microbes work together to help their survival. And they release calcium to protect themselves which also allows them to go under the radar with our own immune system.

So our immune system has a hard time finding and attacking them. And so biofilms are resistant to antibiotics. In fact, they become stronger when you take antibiotics. So this is a survival mechanism created by these microbes to just survive better.

So even when you get these tonsil stones, they found biofilms in those tonsil stones. They’re even finding biofilms in the joints of rheumatoid arthritis patients.

Now, my thought is - and I’m still trying to do research on this - do you also have biofilms in patients with osteoarthritis or maybe spurring or even stenosis? That would be interesting information but I don’t know if anyone has done a study on that. There’s also biofilms in the arteries of diabetic patients with severe artery disease.

Biofilms also exist on catheters, when you get a prosthetic like an artificial hip or anything in your body involving plastic tubing. These microbes tend to leach on, attach and develop biofilms.

Now another side-note with biofilms is that one of the things they do eat is iron. And your friendly microbes also compete for this iron.

And since we’re talking about plaque and stress, there’s actually an increase in risk from getting a heart attack and dying from stress by 18.4% as well as an increase from dying from heart attack when you exercise by 14.1% if you have plaque in your arteries.

Now the one theory on that is stress increases epinephrine. Epinephrine increases the release of free iron which apparently can feed the biofilms. Increase those colonies, and they can break off and lodge somewhere else in your body.

So what do we do about this problem? How do we get rid of biofilms?

This remedy I’m going to talk about is considered “quackery.” It’s heavily attacked. It’s considered dangerous by conventional medicine. And definitely unscientific and “snake-oil" despite having massive credible research that is in the scientific journals. There’s like over 6100 different papers in the scientific journals on this one remedy. And that is this:

Hydrogen Peroxide.

You’ve probably heard about hydrogen peroxide being a great disinfectant, using it to clean your counter spaces, for mold, and maybe you’ve heard of its effectiveness as a mouthwash to help reduce tartar on your teeth.

But when I did a deep-dive on this topic I was blown away by the amount of scientific research on this topic which I’m going to put links down below.

And personally, this is my own opinion: Anything that is that heavily attacked in the news, in the media, in the scientific community as being very ineffective and snake oil and doesn’t work, chances are it’s probably very effective as are many inexpensive remedies that compete with big pharma.

So, all I’m saying is hear me out. Check it out. Do your own deep-dive. Check with your doctor before implementing this. But this is extremely interesting and it makes a lot of logical sense.

Our body makes hydrogen peroxide. It has been proven to penetrate the biofilms, kill bacteria, fungus, yeast, mold, viruses and other microorganisms. And then the byproduct of this hydrogen peroxide is water and oxygen. In fact, hydrogen peroxide is used as a signaling or communication molecule to tell the immune system to release interferon which is an immune chemical that interferes with the reproduction of viruses.

Now, as a little bit of a side-note, there are other things that help reduce biofilms as well like vitamin K1 and vitamin E. But I’m going to give you one of the protocols in one of the books.

You want to get 8% food grade hydrogen peroxide. And the most important thing you want to know is you never want to put straight, concentrated hydrogen peroxide in your body at all. It’s very, very toxic. It’s very corrosive. So you don’t want to do that.

You’re going to be diluting this 8% food grade hydrogen peroxide into distilled water. Not tap water, but distilled water. And you may want to start out with three drops in 8 ounces of water for the first day. And you’d want to do that dosage three times a day.

Now on day two you want to add an additional drop. So now you’re up to four drops of this 8% food grade hydrogen peroxide in this 8 ounces of distilled water. And you would do that three times a day. And so each day you’re going to continue to add an additional drop of hydrogen peroxide into that 8 ounces of water. And you’re going to drink that three times a day until you hit day 21 where you’re going to stop.

Now, as you do this, if for some reason you have a negative reaction, okay, let’s say you have this. You want to stop what you’re doing for awhile and you want to go really really slow. You don’t want to create an immune reaction when you do this.

In fact, I have done so many different cleanses in the past where I just kept going and I ended up getting sick for two weeks because it created an immune reaction and I had to wait two weeks for this whole thing to settle down. So go real slow. And this protocol is extra conservative right here.

But at the very least I wanted to introduce you to this concept and make you aware of what hydrogen peroxide can possibly do so you can do your research. Of course, check with your doctor before implementing this. But I was actually blown away about how much research that goes way back to 1920.


One example of a Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0001SR29S

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I have to say, you get an "A" for effort.

That said, it can be a really bad idea for people to get medical advice from the internet instead of directly from a medical professional that has personally examined a patient. Proceed at your own risk.