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Tags: nanobacteria | atherosclerosis | kidney | stones

Nanobacteria Cause Hardening of Arteries

William Maxfield, M.D. By Monday, 10 November 2014 11:32 AM EST Current | Bio | Archive

Growing medical data suggest that nanobacteria, small bacteria that cover themselves with calcium, are the cause of most atherosclerosis, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. 
 
There is also data indicating that approximately 93 percent of kidney stones are due to nanobacterial infection. 
 
The medical data on nanobacteria dates to the late 1900s, but, in my opinion, has not been recognized by the majority of the medical community.
 
I became aware of it when I was working with a group doing whole-body screening with CT as an early diagnostic procedure. 
 
We found that a significant number of patients had atherosclerosis, small kidney stones, and coronary artery calcification that had not been diagnosed. In reviewing the literature, I came across the data about nanobacteria.
 
Recent data from the Mayo Clinic has shown that there is a high percentage of nanobacteria in atherosclerotic areas. Blood testing can determine whether or not nanobacteria are present in the body.
 
The nanobacteria can be treated with antibiotics, but calcium, which the nanobacterial coats itself with, must first be dissolved to permit the antibiotic to reach the nanobacteria and kill it. 
 
The decalcification of the nanobacteria initially was achieved with intravenous injection. Later, technology was developed that permitted the use of a suppository to dissolve the calcium off of the nanobacteria. More recently, there has been the development of oral tablets that are equally effective in dissolving the calcium of the nanobacteria and treating the nanobacteria. 

Studies in the early 2000s showed that patients treated for nanobacteria had significant reduction in their coronary artery calcium scores, a decrease in kidney stones, and atherosclerosis, as confirmed on serial screening CT scans.
 
In my opinion, and contrary to what we hear in the news media about cholesterol problems, the etiology of atherosclerosis and kidney stones is the nanobacterial infection and not elevated cholesterol. 
 
If you have atherosclerosis, kidney stones, or a family history of atherosclerosis and/or kidney stones, you should have an evaluation for the nanobacterial infection.
 

 

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Growing medical data suggest that nanobacteria, small bacteria that cover themselves with calcium, are the cause of most atherosclerosis, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. There is also data indicating that approximately 93 percent of kidney stones are due to...
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