What did Carl Ruiz die from?

What did Carl Ruiz die from?

The famous chef Carl Ruiz died in his sleep last September 21st 2019 , he was only 44 years old, too young to die.

Carl was seen by millions of people on TV series such as Diners, Dives, Guy’s Grocery stores and Drive ins, the Maryland Department of Health confirmed through their spokesman Bruce Goldfarb confirmed that Carl Ruiz died from natural causes related to Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease.

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This is a disease that has killed millions of people down the years throughout the world, sadly the medical profession have not as yet come up with a cure for Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease, with all of the advances in medicine it’s hard to comprehend why this is the case. Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease is a condition that can start as early as your twenties when small amounts of plaque start to deposit inside your arteries.

What causes Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease?

According to the Mayo Clinic Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease occurs when cholesterol, fats and other substances build-up inside your artery walls, this build up is known as plaque, it is very dangerous because it can either break off and cause a blood clot to go to your heart or brain with serious consequences. The other problem is a build up of plaque will affect the flow of blood to your heart, it can be restricted and the symptoms may involve chest pain, shortness of breath, weakness or extreme tiredness.

Classic heart attack symptoms


If you have any of these symptoms please call 911 or emergency services immediately, it may save your life.

Atherosclerosis or cardiovascular disease are one and the same condition, the cause can be hereditary, or it could be that you have a very unhealthy diet, you may have high cholesterol or high blood pressure or you may be a smoker. Having said that I have met people in cardiology departments who didn’t smoke, who exercised regularly, who had normal cholesterol and yet they still had a heart attack!

Doesn’t make sense

It doesn’t make sense does it? According to Harvard Healthy Publishing about 50% of people that have had heart attacks had low cholesterol but they had up to a 90% blockage in their arteries. How in Gods name could that happen considering that all you ever hear from doctors is “get your cholesterol down” to less than 200 milligrams per decilitre.

Other reasons for Atherosclerotic

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Cardiovascular Disease

There are other reasons for Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease, I’m not sure what cholesterol readings Carl Ruiz had, but if a heart attack occurs and cholesterol was low (below 200 mg/dltr) there may have been other contributing factors such as:

• High blood pressure

• Obesity

• A lack of regular physical activity

• Smoking

• Diabetes

• Air pollution

• Secondary smoke

• Family history

• Stress

Can something be done about Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease?

You can do a number of things to reduce your risk of dying from Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease,

• Eat healthy food

• Drink alcohol in moderation

• Keep your cholesterol below 200 mgs/dltr

• Quit smoking

• Exercise regularly

• Get a good nights sleep

• De stress by relaxing

• Keep your blood pressure normal

• Have a laugh

• Socialize with others

• Practice mindfulness

• Take Nattokinase to reduce any plaque build up and to keep your blood pressure normal.

Nattokinase is a powerful natural enzyme that studies have shown has the ability to dissolve arterial plaque, arterial plaque is the main cause of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease, you can reduce your chances of a blockage in the blood vessels leading to your heart by taking two 2,000 FU of Nattokinase daily.

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12 thoughts on “What did Carl Ruiz die from?”

  1. Its really painful to hear of the demise of Carl, even though I don’t know him, considering the fact that he’s young, it’s a tragedy. Anyways, to be fore warned is to be fore harmed, there’s this saying that prevention Is better than cure, this article has stated possible measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of dying from this health condition, it’s better to abide by then and also, comprehensive test is advisable once I’m a while, I don’t know how much it’ll help but I think it should. 

  2. RIP Carl Ruiz, my condolences go out to your family and friends, 44 is a very young age for someone to die from heart attack, personally, I had never heard of this condition before, however, i am aware of the importance of healthy living and keeping the heart healthy, but with that said, I’m not the best in the world when it comes to a healthy lifestyle, I am over weight, I don’t think I do quite enough exercise, I have high blood pressure, but I don’t smoke, I think the problem is, we tend to forget how important it is keep an eye on our health and get checked out for conditions like Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease, posts like this one you have posted here serve to remind us and give us a wake up call, thank you for this warning.  

  3. Cardiovascular diseases is one that scares me alot, but I’m much of sport person who watches what he eats and go for my regular check ups. Its sadenning seeing people die as a result of such problems which may have given some signs which we don’t really pay attention to sometimes. There should be a wider range of educational post to inform the public on how to identify such heart issues and quickly see their doctor. I’m really glad you have put this wonderful post together and even gave a suggested drug which can be used. Best regards.

  4. It is so sad that Carl Ruiz died so young.  But many people walk around like a time bomb ready to go off. I was obese and lost 60 pounds 4 years ago. I was worried about my health at the time. Now at the age of 55, my doctor told me I dramatically lowered my risk of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease by losing weight and eating a healthy diet. I think it is important to prevent the need of medications like Nattokinase, however, it is nice to know there are options out there if they are needed.

  5. not a bad post at all. I didn’t know that there was anyone called Carl Ruiz. I didn’t know about Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular disease also but I know that there are cardiovascular diseases and they kill a whole lot of people in USA. I think it is important to know these things so as to prevent them and if they are even going to happen, one will know what to do firsthand. This is a very good and educative post. I have learnt about this disease and I know there is an effective drug to fight it. Thank you.

  6. Seeing that a professional chef in the field also died from this is really disheartening to know about and thank you for letting me know about this cardiovascular disease. To be honest, I found it bizarre to see that we could maintain a low cholesterol and still have this. I really thank you for sharing the natural approach to tackling this and I will make sure to heed to your guide. Also, I will surely share this with my fiends and other people to show them how dangerous Atherosclerosis Cardiovascular disease is.


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