Another Step Toward Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention …
Most Heart Attacks and Strokes are Preventable
Up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable, according to the National Stroke Association, and, conventionally speaking, many of the same risk factors that increase your risk of heart disease and heart attack also increase your risk of stroke. These include factors like:
So, as with heart disease, limiting fructose, eating unprocessed, natural foods
and keeping your weight at a healthy level will help to reduce your risk of stroke. Also high up on the list of keys to preventing a stroke or heart attack is to get a handle on your stress levels as the more stressed you are, the greater your risk.
As an example, a study published in the journal Neurology
found that psychological distress will greatly increase your risk of suffering a stroke. The researchers actually found that for every notch lower a person scored on their well-being scale, their risk of stroke increased by 11 percent. Mental stress has also been described as an even stronger indicator of heart attack
or other severe heart event than other known risk factors including smoking and diabetes.
So while limiting fructose, optimizing your vitamin D levels and leading a healthy lifestyle with nutritious food and regular exercise are important, you'll want to be sure you tend to your emotional health
Stents they don't work and may double your chances of dying.
One interesting test mentioned in this article is the UltraFast CT scan to determine risk of further stroke." I have been taking high dose Vitamin C for 34 years, and have almost no measurable arterial plaque by Ultrafast CT scan (one extremely small spot measuring 34, where 0-100 is low plaque, 100- 400 is medium and above 400 is extensive plaque)," .
Linus Pauling lived 93 years.
You may never have to suffer heart attack or stroke !
To follow one of these regimens for a 16 hr day: one 250 mg vitamin C every few hrs, one 500 mg Proline and one 500mg Lysine two times daily on an empty stomach.