A lecture by Kurt W. Donsbach, Ph.D.
One of the first nutritionists to recognize the importance of anti-oxidants in the prevention of arterial disease.
Learn how chemicals called free radicals create lesions inside arteries. The body then produces fibrin which attracts calcium and cholesterol. The problem is not cholesterol, but free radicals. Fortunately, they can be neutralized by other chemicals called scavengers which are inexpensive, and available. 45 min. audio cassette, not CD.