Your story sounds very familiar to me, it resembles my husbands’.
He was also diagnosed dilated cardiomyopathy in 1999 and he was also placed on the list for transplantations.
He was told he had a life expectancy of about 5 years. A year and a half ago he started taking supplements and in February of this year
He was declared fully, a 100%, cured.
He is hart is normal in size again, his blood pressure ok, in short everything is normal again and he’s of normal medication.
At this moment he works full time for his boss, and he has his own company.
The reason I tell you all this is because there’s definitely still hope, so never lose heart.
Do you also suffer with cardiac arrhythmia?
If this is so then there is a special test you can do to see if you have a shortage of potassium, this is often a cause of the problem.
You can see if this is the case with you by eating 4 or 5 ripe bananas a day. If you have cardiac arrhythmia and it gets less by eating the bananas then we can always proceed to taking potassium tablets.
I suggest that you start with 200mcg Chromium GFT, you can start this without a problem.
MSM, the final dosage is 3000 mg but we’ll build it up slowly, I suggest 500 mg for the first few days, If this goes well then 500 extra untill you are at the 3000 mg.
You have to build it up slowly because MSM detoxifies and it can cause headache, diarrhoea or tiredness.
Msm and chromium are not a part of the heart failure protocol but they are meant to give you more energy.
Furthermore I would like to advice you to start with acetyl L-Carnitine 3x 500 mg a day.
The link below gives you more info on L-Carnitine
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... t=Abstract