Results from the Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) treatment as mentioned by readers.
Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) case Bert VerhoefBert suffers from cardiomyopathy (EJF 16%) but is also on the board of the Dutch Society for Cardiomyopathy Patients. I will assist Bert in carrying out my cardiomyopathy protocol. I intend to supplement my advice with scientific information so that others who suffer from heart failure and wish to follow the protocol will know on what my advice is based.
If the project is carried out succesfully Bert intends to see whether he can find thirty members of the cardiomyopathy foundation that are willing to also follow the protocol. He intends to present the possible results to several different organisations. I will assist him with this but I will leave the presentations or other forms of communication to him. He is better at it than I am.
Bert's Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) case is now monitored by three doctors:
- Cardiac specialist Dr. van Kraay from the Academic Hospital in Maastricht (Bert is one of his patients).
- Dr. Dalmulder from the Prevention Medical Centre in Rotterdam (Bert is one of his patients).
- Dr. Smeets, Bert's general practitioner.
Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) case Jan van de BosWhen admitted to hospital Jan had an EJF of 17% and the prognosis was really poor. After some researching on the internet I (Jan's son) came across the website of Willy, and I read all I could there. After some thorough inquiring I printed out everything and handed it over to my father so he could make up his own mind about whether he wanted to do something with it or not. On Willy's advice he went to Dr. Dalmulder at the PMC in Rotterdam: he found the way they did things there to be reliable and professional and so he underwent thorough testing and monitoring. Subsequently a 'custom-made' therapy for heart failure was put together.
And now, May 2003, he just returned from a motorcycle holiday and he goes (wind)surfing as soon as there is some wind. Everything with moderation but he is doing well and so is his cardiomyopathy ! His EJF and the size of his heart have improved markedly (EJF in 2000 42% and EJF in 2001 51% !).
Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) case WillyWilly was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy in 1998 (EJF 25-35%). He also followed the protocol for heart failure that he developed with the assistence of Dr. Dalmulder. In May 2001 his heart failure could no longer be detected. This year Willy got his climbing diploma and he again sails with his boat on the North Sea, even to England.
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Added: 26 Mei 2007 20:23 Subject: GeoffCorrij and Willy,
I discovered the stomach pain to be from the aspirin regimin my cardiologist had put me on. The supplements/amino acids were not the cause! As soon as I stopped the aspirin, the pain disappeared.
I saw the cardiologist this week for an echo. I got the results yesterday. My ejection fraction is between 45-50, and there is no left ventricle dilation. My original echo showed an ejection fraction of 40 with left ventricle dilation. So, I am definitely seeing progress, due to the protocol you have recommended. Thanks for your help.
I was a little discouraged, since he also said I have moderate aortic valve regurgitation, and wants to do a angiogram next month to determine why this is occurring. My fitness level seems strong, and I still have no symptoms from any of these conditons.
I wanted to share my progress with the forum, since I attribute any gains received to the wonderful Willy and Corrij.
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Added: 07 Mei 2007 20:38 Subject: Substantial ImprovementI have tried to update this post ongoing so I will try to be short but informative. In May of last year I was diagnosed with 30ef Non-Ischemic Dilated (59cm) Cardiomyopathy. After 6 months of Coreg 6.25 2x day and Benicar (Blood Pressure) medications my ef got worse. (29ef) Dilation was the same.
At that time, now 6 months after initial diagnosis, I began this protocol (Thanks to all the nice folks at this website) and I began to supplement substantial Thiamin Deficiency with vitamin B1. Additionally I began CPAP therapy for sleep apnea.
I returned from the Cardiologist a few minutes ago. Tests were run to access my heart and I've learned that my heart has improved substantially. ef 45-50% The doctor was more excited today than he has ever been. He believes that my prognosis is good. (He's NEVER used an optimistic statement in the past.)
He went on to state that it is possible that in the next 5 years (I believe sooner) that an unrelated Cardiologist may never even realize that I've had a heart condition unless I choose to tell him/her.
I believe that this protocol has made ALL the difference! Well, that's my story for today. I'm a real person and this is a real story. I hope it helps others to know that there is always hope.
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Added: 24 Feb 2007 02:30 Onderwerp: Sharon Ley (Dilated Cardiomyopathy Post Pregnancy)Hi Corrij
I'm well thanks for asking!
I feel as though I'm cruising at a decent level now. Have enough energy to get what I need done and symptoms are minimal. I still grab an afternoon rest when I can but my energy has kept up with demands of moving house and cleaning, restoring our old one. I did stop going to gym over the last few weeks as I felt that I want to use my energy wisely and not overdo it. Will start back as soon as we're all settled.
If I can stay like this for a long time I'll be really grateful.
Thank you so much, I'm convinced that much of this is due to the protocol.
Trust things are well with you, Willie and Marion.
Best to all
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Received via email: Sunday, September 17, 2006 7:39 AMGreetings,
I was writing to inform you that we've been realizing a few ancillary benefits to the protocol. Kim has hair growing (and a greater overall feeling of ease) that was not just prior to and after her initiation to dialated cardiomyopathy; all directly from her following protocol; which, to me, would indicate a change in essential biology.
This was a note of information and a thank you. Also, if this information is shared on the forum, it could be perceived as information uplifting the spirits of those just informed.
You may not realize your site is the ONLY one i've come across, in the entire world that offers salient info; a message of life. I was thinking that having recent results on the website could carry a message of hope to the more recently initiated; even if anectodal.
Robert & Kim
Received via email: Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 18:18:39 Results JohnnyHi Corrij,
I have some very encouraging news for everyone in our forum. On April 12th 06, I had a (M U G A) test done, to measure my ejection fraction. This test is the most accurate way to get a correct reading of your ejection fraction.
As you know, back in March of 2005 my (E J F) was 30%, in October of 2005 43%. On April 13th 06, my cardiologists called me with the results of my (M U G A) test and my (E J F) is currently 55%, pretty much in the normal range, since 60% is ideal!!!! The fact is I really did not feel that well before I started the supplement protocol!!
I know I only started the protocol 2 months ago, but it is my opinion that my diet, exercise, and life style combined with the protocol is what got me these great results. My diet, exercise regimen, and life style was posted on the forum on January 27th 06 for any reference. I am going to continue everything that I am doing because I feel great!!!
Please post this on the forum for me and let Willy know the great news!!!!!!
WORDS CANNOT DESCRIBE HOW THANKFUL I AM TOWARDS YOU AND WILLY, and the FORUM!!!
Thank you so much,
John, from Bayonne, N.J. USA
Added: Di Okt 04, 2005 5:35 pm : Joyce Dilated CardiomyopathyHello Willy, I feel so much better and have noticed these changes. I sleep less and don't need naps during the day. I can think clearer. I don't crave sweets like I did. I am losing weight. My tummy is shrinking. I think this is because I retain water there instead of my ankles. I still walk on my treadmill everyday but am not pushing myself as you suggested.
I can't thank you and Willy enough for what you've done for me. I don't write often because I don't want to take up so much of your web space and time. I know it's gonna take a while for the supplements to work. I also know you have a lot of others who need your time and attention. So, don't ever worry about losing me.
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Added on 20 September 2004 13:42 Topic: Robin's Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure)
I have been taking the GFT Chromium and the MSM for the last fourteen days and the last week I have been using the dose recommended by you: three times 1000mg MSM and two times 200 mcg GFT Chromium. Good news, it makes me feel better. The diarrhoea is gone. What strikes me is how I feel more like doing things and I also feel like a fog has lifted in my head. The muscle aches when I take a walk have diminished too. At the same time the continuous yawning during the day has markedly decreased.
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Added 11 August 2004 16:03 Topic: Marion's Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) story.Hi Willy,
I have been without MSM and chromium for more than two weeks now. I do not experience a spectacular relapse from this, but there are differences. Conspicuous was the fact that my nails turned blue quicker, and the cold nose. Could this be due to the MSM?
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Added 7 June 2004 20:24 Topic: Yasmine's treatment for Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure).I just keep on taking it because my heart failure is doing great, I no longer have skipping heartbeats, constricted breathing or chest pains, take less diuretic medication and hardly need them anymore. Hope it stays this way because I really start noticing a difference. Never felt so good since I got this illness, of course I do feel lousy when my stomach acts up.
Lots of greetings, Yas.
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Added 12 April 2004 19:42. Topic: Treatment Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) Aidan, doing great.Today I started building a shelter for my little boat. The weather was fine and suddenly I just felt like finally making a start with this, self interest must have something to do with it because otherwise I will have to empty it of water every week next winter. I'm beginning to feel more optimistic, feel more like doing things. In other words, the cardiomyopathy protocol is starting to work.
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Added 30 March 2004 19:17. Treatment Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) Aidan.Dear Willy,
Had an appointment with the rheumatologist today and the dear fellow was left speechless. I progressed with leaps and bounds, only a few inflammations left and a limited blood residue. Do not have to return for another three months so we can begin on the cardiomyopathy. Thank you for the good advice Willy.
Greetings from Han.
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On Friday,second of April I went to the AZM for my half-yearly cardiomyopathy check-up.My ECG and blood-tests looked excellent.My cardiologist also told me that normally with this condition I should easily be able to reach the age of 86 years.
During my latest consultation the cardiologist told me that,in his view,my condition and the fact that I no longer have any health complaints are likely due to my use of vitamin supplements.The cardiologist was very content with my general state of health.His next check-up will take place in nine months.
WITH THE MOTTO: LONG LIVE THE QUALITY OF THE GOOD LIFE.
Added March 23 22:20. Treatment Cardiomyopathy (Heart Failure) Theodorus.Hello Willy,
as I wrote already on the "blood sugar stabilisation" my diabetes is doing much better, stable blood sugar, reasonably low stable insulin use and a lot less trouble with neuropathy. My weight is dropping steadily, I now am 114 kilograms, lost 16 kilos, another 16 to go.
My energy, vitality and performance level have improved a lot. I did lots of chores at home despite having a wrist in a cast. The ground floor has been given new boards, so had to wreck and take out the old one, and did all the walls and ceilings in one week. A few weeks ago I would never even have considered doing a job like this. Thanks to the food supplements and your wonderful advice on cardiomyopathy.
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Added 28 August 2002 13:22. Topic: treatment Bert Verhoef, cardiomyopathy (heart failure).Waiting Bert Verhoef.
Bert Verhoef is a cardiomyopathy patient and also on the board of the Dutch Society for Cardiomyopathy Patients. I will help Bert in applying my cardiomyopathy protocol. I intend to supplement my advice with scientific information so other people suffering from cardiomyopathy who wish to repeat this protocol will know the basis for the advice.
If this project succeeds Bert wants to try and find thirty or so members of the Cardiomyopathy Society willing to follow this protocol. Bert intends to present any possible results to a number of different organisations. I will assist him with this, but I will leave the presentations or other forms of communication to Bert. He is better at it than I am.
Cardiomyopathy patients who want to follow the same protocol as Bert should first contact their cardiologist. If you also decide to follow this protocol you can ask whatever you wish in this discussion. This protocol works especially well for patients who suffer from cardiomyopathy "without cause ".
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