Posts Tagged ‘heart attack’

Cellular Essentials and the Path to Cardiovascular Health

Cellular Essentials and the Path to Cardiovascular Health What is the problem with arteries that have plaque buildup? How can you resolve the problem? A restriction in the arteries around the heart results in a lack of nutrients being fed to it to keep it active. The heart’s ability to pump blood, feeding nutrients to

Care for the Vascular System

I found out today that a friend experienced a heart operation earlier this week. He had an operation to install 6 stents in the arteries leading to the heart. Here was a problem where there is plaque buildup in the arteries around the heart. It is the result of high LDL cholesterol causing a partial

Avoid Heart Attacks

A healthy cardiovascular system needs building blocks to make it strong. Vascular Complete is a unique product that has been specifically formulated with nutrients known to help maintain the health of blood vessels by promoting blood vessel elasticity, strength, and efficiency. When used in conjunction with Cellular Essentials, nutrients and cell repair factors optimize the

Lower Risk of Heart Attack

Have you had a heart attack? Are you concerned that you may have a heart attack or stroke? Do you have shortness of breath?  If so read on…. Here is a product that has been clinically proven to remove plaque from arteries that has built up over the years. This condition may be due to

Heart Attacks caused by Shoveling Snow

The Heart Health Tip for the Day. How many heart attacks are happening due to shoveling snow during the current winter snow season? The odds are that there are too many. A blockage of the arteries by plaque is a major problem increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Have your heart checked by

Heart Attack Alerts

Heart Attack Alerts as per the American Heart Association. Here are the signs of an impending or a heart attack which is happening. Chest discomfort: Generally in the center of the chest, an uncomfortable feeling of pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain. Discomfort in other areas of the upper body: Pain in one or both arms,