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Differentiating Cardiovascular Risk Profiles

By Dicken Weatherby, ND

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The cardiovascular profile can be significantly different in individuals depending on multiple metabolic factors. Those with a predisposition to a longer-term degenerative cardiovascular picture constitute the “CHF” type. Whereas, the “MI” type will often have very few clinical indicators that tend to be well masked by compensatory mechanisms. The CHF type is more likely to have their SGOT/AST out of reference range.

"MI" Type

"CHF" Type

  1. Hypertensive/vascular hypertonicity
  2. Craves alcohol
  3. Feels good/ pumped
  4. Doesn’t get sick
  5. Muscular spasms
  6. Especially those with adrenal problems
  7. Lack B2 (riboflavin)
  8. Problems with Fat metabolism
  1. Hypotensive/poor vascular tone
  2. Craves sugar
  3. Feels Bad/Run down
  4. Sick often
  5. Tend to be acidotic with shortness of breath
  6. Especially those with thyroid problems
  7. Lack B1 (Thiamine)
  8. Problems with Carbohydrate metabolism

© 2004 Dicken Weatherby, ND


Dr. Dicken Weatherby is a graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He is the co-author of the best-selling book "Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis- Clinical Laboratory Testing from a Functional Perspective". To learn more about Dr. Weatherby's functional diagnosis books and sign up for FREE functional diagnosis tips, tools, and techniques, visit his web site at

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