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I had Open Heart Surgery (5 bypasses), 15 Stents, Angina Attacks, and Crohn’s Disease

“In September 1995, I had open heart surgery with five bypasses. By 2006, I had 15 stents installed. In November 2007, I started chelation, as I was having angina attacks 3-4 times a week. I started taking the 80,000IU SerraEzyme in December 2007, as I was once again experiencing daily angina attacks when I walked my little dog.

At the end of 3 weeks, I had a CT scan, using a brand new machine on my heart at the doctor’s office. All 5 prior carotid artery tests via ultrasound had increased every year from 10-20% to 20-30% to 30-40% to 50-60%. The new CT scan report came back, less than 30% each carotid artery.

Since I’ve been on Serrapeptase, all symptoms of angina have stopped, and I walk my dog every day here in Florida in heat around 80 to 90 degrees–a one mile walk, and no angina.

I had undertaken research on Serrapeptase, and its history, and my holistic doctor recommended I take some daily till the day I die. I’m 83 in September 2008, and I feel great—like my old self. I highly recommend the taking of Serrapeptase to everyone who has had open-heart surgery.

Plus, at age 80, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. Two GI doctors did noting to stop my 30 trips to the toilet, because of constant diarrhea during a 24-hour period. This went on for six months’ time. I lost 55 pounds in one month and knew I was going to die. I was so weak I could hardly walk and needed assistance from my wife to do so. If it were not for finding a newly qualified medical doctor in Palmetto, our next town, who through holistic methods and chelation and Serrapeptase, I would not now have control over my Crohn’s as well.”

Date: 6/2/08

- L.H., USA

4 Responses to I had Open Heart Surgery (5 bypasses), 15 Stents, Angina Attacks, and Crohn’s Disease

  • Peter Smith says:

    May 09, 2014 at 08:10 am

    I have just had a stint installed in the main coronary artery and I am 53. I have no pain and feel energetic. I am on blood thinners for one year to allow the stint to be grown over without forming clots. Will taking serrapeptase upset this growing over of the stint and is it OK to take with blood thinners?

    • Robert Redfern says:

      May 09, 2014 at 12:18 pm

      You will still need to take serrapeptase now and forever as stents always block up eventually. They create irritation at the point which was the reason you had a blockage in the first plan.
      A healthy diet free of grains and cereals an lots of greens will do a better job than blood thinners and get you healthy at the same time.
      See Serrapeptase in Au at

  • G Gannon says:

    April 19, 2012 at 01:06 pm

    I had several stints put in my heart at 50 years old and within 2 weeks I had to have a 5 bypass surgery on my heart. Since then, it’s been almost 10 months I have internal/eternal chest wall pain (diagnosed with Fibromyalgia) and still feeling tired. I also walk my dog at times, but soon to tire after a short walk. I also have short term memory loss which has never come back since the operation. Now I am going through some depression that is currently being treated. I use to work several jobs, and have been doing so all my life, but over the last 10 months I have not been able to return to work. At 51 shouldn’t I be better by now, at times I still feel the same. Any help would be appreciated.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 20, 2012 at 06:39 am

      Yours in a typical case of bad treatment by the medical system who stupidly refuse to see the food related cause of your problems. The subsequent operations and drugs are typical causes of your symptoms now.
      I am sending my email with a full recovery plan.
      Take good care
      Robert Redfern

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