3 Signs You're Dangerously Close to a Heart Attack

Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 05:50 AM

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You probably already know that clogged arteries can lead to a heart attack.

But what you may not know is that an artery in your heart doesn’t need to be fully clogged to initiate a potentially fatal heart event. According to renowned heart specialist Chauncey Crandall, M.D., a heart attack often strikes when an artery is only partially clogged. This happens because a tiny piece of a specific type of plaque breaks off and lodges elsewhere in the artery, blocking critical blood flow to the heart muscle.

Each year, 800,000 Americans die from clogged arteries. And 500,000 of those deaths occur suddenly and silently, with no prior warning at all.

That’s why Dr. Crandall has recently created a special free educational video presentationto help you discover how much plaque you have in your arteries right now — and whether you have the specific type of plaque most likely to break off and lead to a heart attack or stroke.

But the news isn’t all grim, because Dr. Crandall will also tell you in this video exactly how you can stop, reverse, and cure clogged arteries naturally, without using prescription drugs or risky and painful surgery.

How Clogged are Your Arteries?



Having a specific type of plaque in your arteries is only one sign that you could be dangerously close to a heart attack. Dr. Crandall will also share with you the other critical factors that have led to people dying at a much earlier age from clogged arteries than they used to.

You’ll see why cholesterol is not the true cause of coronary artery disease. In fact, you’ll discover why half of the people who suffer heart attacks have cholesterol readings in the normal range. Dr. Crandall will also reveal why there is no good reason to take cholesterol-lowering statin drugs for life — and why most people should not even take them in the first place.

Best of all, in this revealing video presentation, Dr. Crandall will tell you about a dozen simple ways you can stop the plaque-building process in its tracks, and dramatically slash your risk for heart attack and stroke.

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 of all ages and all walks of life stop, reverse, and cure their clogged arteries — and go on to lead long, healthy lives.

Editor’s Note: Because this is a potentially life-saving video, Newsmax Health is making it available to the public at no charge. Click here to view “How Clogged are Your Arteries?” right now. There’s no time to waste.

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