of what is written in medical books the cause of idiopathic hypertension
is well known, and what's more, there is an effective means to completely
cure patients from the condition.
Hypertension is caused by the food we eat and is related to poor
functioning of our control system. The center which controls all
body functions is the brain. A bad diet does not provide our central
nervous systems with the nourishment and energy needed to function
properly. As the result, blood flow to the brain is increased, which
in turn can result in other complications such as increased activity
of the sympathetic system (ie. heart palpitation, contraction of
aorta circumference). Patients with hypertension have unstable blood
pressure which periodically changes from very low to very high levels.
If not treated hypertension can result in changes in the diameter
of arteries and accelerated damage to internal organs such as the
brain, kidneys, heart, retina.
After some time the aorta pressure of patients with hypertension
continuously remains at high levels. At that stage the walls of
the aorta although physiologically elastic become hard and lose
their ability to change diameter according to the volume of blood
As mentioned in medical publications a diet high in salt results
in many adverse chemical reactions within the body. People following
the optimal nutrition diet provide their bodies with more than enough
energy which means they need a minimal amount of salt.
Contemporary medicine in hypertension therapy focuses mainly on
treating the symptoms of the condition with chemical agents. Associated
with the actions of these chemical agents are undesirable side effects
which are very often dangerous to a patient's health (i.e. accretion
in sclerotic arteries).
Optimal nutrition can eliminate the cause and development of hypertension.
A reduction in arterial pressure is noticeable in the first week
of patients following the optimal nutrition diet. It should be noted
that in cases where the condition has developed over several years
an improvement in the condition may only be noticeable after months
rather than days of following the optimal diet.
A person suffering from hypertension who follows the optimal diet
functions quite safely without any medicine and improvements in
the condition of internal organs can even be derived.
An important factor in the treatment is the use of selective currents
SC (elaborated by Dr. J. Kwasniewski). At the first stage during
so called unstable pressures the SC are applied to the head which
complimented by an optimal diet ensures a good supply of energy
to the brain. In more advanced cases it is necessary to widen the
peripheral vessels by applying electrodes differently. The whole
treatment must be under the supervision of an optimal doctor.
Excellent results have been observed at the Centre of Optimal Nutrition
in Jastrzebia Gora in patients treated by selective currents and
an optimal diet despite the condition being recognized by conventional
medicine as incurable.
Przemyslaw Pala, M. D.
Consultant and Medical Administrator
of the Centre for Optimal Nutrition
in Jastrzebia Gora Poland