Tags: Heart Attack | Artery | Signs

How Close Are You to a Heart Attack?

You may be closer than you realize.

According to renowned heart specialist Chauncey Crandall, M.D., it doesn’t take much to trigger a heart attack. It can strike quickly when a tiny piece of a specific type of plaque breaks off from its accumulation in one of your heart’s arteries.

And if you think this scenario is unlikely until you hit your “senior” years, you’d better think again. Unfortunately, people are beginning to die of heart disease at younger ages today, a fact that worries Dr. Crandall. In fact, an astronomical 800,000 Americans die each year from clogged arteries. And that’s not the worst of it: 500,000 of those heart deaths occur suddenly — with no prior warning at all.

To help put a dent in these sad statistics, Dr. Crandall recently created a special free video presentation to show you how to find out how much plaque you have in your arteries right now, and whether it is the specific type most likely to lead to heart attack or stroke. Plus, he will reveal how you can stop, reverse, and cure clogged arteries naturally, without drugs or surgery.

How Clogged are Your Arteries?

In this online educational presentation, you’ll discover why your arteries don’t need to be fully clogged to initiate a fatal heart attack or stroke. Dr. Crandall will also share with you the 3 main culprits behind the artery-clogging process (and none of them is cholesterol). In fact, you’ll see why half of the people who suffer heart attacks have cholesterol readings in the normal range.

You’ll also discover why there is no good reason to take statin drugs for life — and why most people should not take them in the first place.

Best of all, in this revealing video, Dr. Crandall will tell you about 12 simple ways to significantly slash your risk for heart attack and stroke by halting the plaque-building process in its tracks.

Renowned cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall is Director of Preventive Medicine at the world-renowned Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Palm Beach, Fla. He practices on the front lines of interventional, vascular, and transplant cardiology. Decades of clinical experience have afforded him the chance to help thousands of patients stop, reverse, and cure their clogged arteries.

Editor’s Note: This is a potentially life-saving video. For a limited time, Newsmax Health is making it available to the public at no charge. Click here to view ‘How Clogged are Your Arteries?’ right now.

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