HealthAlert: Avoiding Heart Attack and Stroke

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Posted on 5th September 2013 by admin in Health Alerts |LivingFuelTV

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The examination room is uncomfortably cold and the tissue paper on the exam table is sticking to the underside of your legs.  You’ve waited impatiently for your doctor, who finally arrives and delivers sobering news from your routine physical and blood test.  He tells you in no uncertain terms that you must make significant changes to your weight, diet, and lifestyle, or a heart attack, stroke, or early death is imminent.  Thousands have used this exact scenario as a catalyst to alter the trajectory of their health for the good.

 
In today’s LivingFuelTV HealthAlert, KC and Monica Craichy explain what heart attacks and strokes are, why they are so dangerous, and how you can help yourself and those you love avoid these often-tragic events.  Also, learn today that heart attacks and strokes are not the inevitable consequences of age and genetics.

Click on the graphic below to tune in.
 
 



KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Avoiding Heart Attacks and Strokes

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Posted on 29th February 2012 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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The examination room is uncomfortably cold and the tissue paper on the exam table is sticking to the underside of your legs. You’ve waited impatiently for your doctor, who finally arrives and delivers sobering news from your routine physical and blood test. He tells you in no uncertain terms that you must make significant changes to your weight, diet, and lifestyle, or a heart attack, stroke, or early death is imminent. Thousands have used this exact scenario as a catalyst to alter the trajectory of their health for the good.

In today’s LivingFuelTV HealthAlert and SuperHealth Podcast, KC and Monica Craichy explain what heart attacks and strokes are, why they are so dangerous, and how you can help yourself and those you love avoid these often-tragic events. Also, learn today that heart attacks and strokes are not the inevitable consequences of age and genetics.

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HealthAlert: Avoiding Heart Attacks and Strokes

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Posted on 23rd February 2012 by admin in Health Alerts

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The examination room is uncomfortably cold and the tissue paper on the exam table is sticking to the underside of your legs. You’ve waited impatiently for your doctor, who finally arrives and delivers sobering news from your routine physical and blood test. He tells you in no uncertain terms that you must make significant changes to your weight, diet, and lifestyle, or a heart attack, stroke, or early death is imminent. Thousands have used this exact scenario as a catalyst to alter the trajectory of their health for the good.

In today’s LivingFuelTV HealthAlert, KC and Monica Craichy explain what heart attacks and strokes are, why they are so dangerous, and how you can help youself and those you love avoid these often-tragic events. Also, learn today that heart attacks and strokes are not the inevitable consequences of age and genetics.

Click on the graphic below to tune in.

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Heart Disease, Stroke, Heart Failure, And Premature Death All Linked To Insufficient Vitamin D Levels

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Posted on 17th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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The results of a study presented on November 16, 2009 at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Conference in Orlando, Florida, confirmed a strong association between the presence of reduced vitamin D levels and a greater risk of coronary artery disease, stroke, heart failure and dying over follow-up in men and women 50 years of age and older.

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Vitamin D, Heart Disease and Stroke

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Posted on 14th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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A study from Finland suggests that the higher your levels of “D,” the lower your risks for heart disease and stroke.

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Aerobic Exercise No Big Stretch for Older Adults But Helps Elasticity of Arteries

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Posted on 4th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Just three months of physical activity reaps heart health benefits for older adults with type 2 diabetes by improving the elasticity in their arteries – reducing risk of heart disease and stroke. That’s according to Dr. Kenneth Madden when he spoke to the 2009 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress.

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