What is the purpose of our hearts if not to pump blood? Maybe new understandings of the mechanics of blood will help us. 
Dr. Tom Cowan, the author of "Human Heart, Cosmic Heart" is working with a new discovery about water known as the 4th phase. It shows that water when sitting in a vessel can create its own charge and move itself. It's why water can climb a 300 foot tree.
We have thousands of miles of blood vessels and our small hearts have to help the blood get through all of them. Now we know that blood can help the heart out by moving itself. So then why do we need the heart?
Dr. Cowan explains the heart is shaped to torque the blood into a helpful spin which strengthens its 4th phase state, so we do need it.
He feels that heart attacks occur when the heart's muscle is limited by an imbalance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic systems. Naturally, this would be due to stress. 
He agrees that arteries can be clogged with plaque but there's enough collateral circulation that blockages can be naturally bypassed.
We need cholesterol for many bodily functions and the amount of cholesterol most often doesn't correlate with the build up of plaque. There are other factors that instruct the body to build plaque even if there is very little cholesterol.
So what do you do for your heart health? Be sure to tune into this show to learn more about heart attacks and how to prevent them.


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