Heart Problems or Heart Health? You Choose.
As we continue on the topic of heart health, I want to give you some more things that you could do on a preventative and proactive basis to build up heart health. Specifically today I want to talk about cardiovascular performance. Heart Health Tips Watch the video now! Prefer to read? Here’s the gist of […]
Is Heart Disease Preventable? 95% of the Time The Answer is “Yes”
One in four deaths in America is related to heart disease. Over 600,000 people die of heart disease every single year! The cost for this annually is in the hundreds of billions of dollars. Yet, over 95 percent of the cases of heart disease are preventable! It’s a lifestyle related disease, especially when it comes […]
Can Low Omega 3 Blood Levels Increase Risk of Heart Attack Death?
If you have low blood levels of Omega 3, you are at enormous giant risk for high blood pressure, cardiac death and heart health problems. Do you know why? Low Omega 3 levels contribute to tons and tons of unregulated inflammation going unchecked throughout your body.
The #1 Way to Prevent a Heart Attack
The best way to prevent a heart attack and heart disease is to regulate the nervous system. In fact, a dis functioning nervous system leads to a whole host of diseases. Regulating the nervous system changes people’s lives. Are you functioning normally or is there a problem?
What Kinds of Stress Increase the Risk of Heart Attack?
There are 3 things that control heart function and affect cholesterol levels, heart disease, and heart attack risk. The great news is you can take control of all 3 of these factors. Autonomic nervous system dysregulation from chronic spinal stress. Chronic emotional stress that affects cortisol and stress hormones Metabolic stress from inflammatory foods and vitamin […]
What’s the Real Cause of Heart Attacks?
As we all know, the conventional view holds that the central event of heart disease occurs in the arteries, with the buildup of blockage called plaque. This understanding is crucial since, during the last fifty years, the pursuit of the coronary artery theory has cost us dearly: Our nation has spent billions of dollars in unnecessary […]