It has been proven that
certain infections can cause heart disease. The currently known
pathogens include Bacteroides Forsythus, Porphomonas Gingivalis
(both from the mouth) nanobacteria, Chlamydia Pneumonia, H. Pylori
and herpes simplex virus type 1.Nanobacteria in
particular is known to secrete calcium apatite, which can harden the
Dr. Deepak Bhatt of the
American Heart Association, noted in his research that patients
whose white blood cell counts were in the top 25 percent of all
white blood cell levels tested had the same risk of death from heart
disease as patients with diabetes, about a 40 percent increase in
the risk of fatal heart attacks.
In a study
presented by Dr. Efthymois Deliargyris at Chapel Hill, Dr.
Deliargyris said that 85 percent of his heart attack patients had
severe periodontal disease as opposed to only 29 percent of the