Tim Russert, 58, the longtime host of NBC’s “Meet the Press” and the network’s Washington bureau chief, collapsed at work and died of an apparent heart attack.
There is a common thread: no one seems to have a clue about how Tim’s death came to be. As Jeffrey Olgin, a cardiologist at the University of California being interviewed by Newsweek said, “assessing risk is a very, very difficult thing. I can’t look at you and say you have a 10 percent chance of dying from this.”
If the experts cannot tell who is at risk and who is not, then who can?
Carey Reams quietly and determinedly taught that anyone who truly learns RBTI can predict heart attacks—even years into the future. Further, he claimed, his recommendations concerning proper water drinking and mineral supplementation guaranteed that heart attack risk could be reduced to a negligible value.
Reams’ students insist he is spot on. As they explain it, the water regimen removes the excess salt and nitrogen from the blood. This allows a cleaner, easier-pumping blood and also a slow, but steady, artery plaque removal. What is not to like?
We’ll miss you, Tim. You were brilliant at your job. In a perfect world you would have interviewed Dr. Reams.