Heart disease is the #1 killer of Americans.
In fact, heart disease kills more U.S. citizens every year than all cancers combined.
Nearly 1 million Americans suffer a first heart attack each year.
And while most people associate heart attacks with pain in the chest or left shoulder, one-quarter of all heart attacks happen “silently,” without clear or obvious symptoms.
Additionally, many American adults are literally eating themselves into a heart attack.
According to the National Institutes of Health, foods high in saturated fat, cholesterol, and salt are particularly dangerous to heart health.
This includes much-loved foods such as fried chicken, hamburgers, and pizza.
Renowned heart disease expert Dr. Chauncey Crandall has created a free heart health video presentation to help people discover the facts about impending heart attack and heart disease — before it’s too late to repair the damage.
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Dr. Crandall, chief of the cardiac transplant program at the world-renowned Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Florida, practices on the front lines of today’s high-tech heart medicine.
“Most adults, especially those entering middle age, are basically sitting ducks when it comes to suffering a heart attack,” Dr. Crandall warns
“That’s unfortunate, because heart disease is totally unnecessary.
With the proper knowledge and a few simple steps — including avoiding heart disease-causing foods — it can be prevented, reversed, or even cured.”
In his free heart health video, Crandall discusses a number of simple strategies and tips to help prevent or cure heart disease.
This includes avoiding other heart attack “trigger foods” such as sausage, cheesecake, doughnuts, and potato chips.
“The information on this special heart health video could actually save a life from a potentially deadly heart attack,” states Newsmax Health Publisher Travis Davis.
“At the very least, it could help prevent severe, expensive, and debilitating heart disease problems down the road.”
Editor’s Note: For a limited time, Newsmax Health is making Dr. Crandall’s heart health video available at no charge. Go here to view it now.
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