Every New Year’s Eve, millions of people promise themselves, “This is the year I’m finally going to lose weight!” (Yes, they even include the exclamation mark.) Gym membership enrollments soar. Diet and weight-loss books fly off the shelves and people get serious about kicking their pudge to the curb. However, when February/March rolls around, those unwanted pounds return (if they’ve left at all).
Congratulations! If you’ve decided today to take better care of your heart health and reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke and heart disease, you’ve made an important decision that thousands tragically fail to make until it’s too late. Every year, about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. More than 47% of sudden cardiac deaths (or, over 345,000 fatal heart attacks) happen outside a hospital, suggesting many people with unhealthy hearts wait too long before acting on the early warning signs of heart attack.
Magnesium deficiency has been called the “silent epidemic” of modern times, and it’s on the rise. Research by the World Health Organization concluded 75% of Americans are Magnesium-deficient, which can lead to major health problems like heart disease, hypertension, cancer, and diabetes. The trouble is, insomnia, brain fog, depression, and other early warning signs of Magnesium deficiency are so common to other issues like stress, doctors rarely test for Magnesium deficiency until you’re lying in the hospital in critical condition.
The American Heart Association calls high blood pressure “the silent killer” for good reason. As a leading cause of death worldwide from stroke and heart disease, high blood pressure (HBP) has few signs or symptoms—and it’s a killer on the rise. According to the American Heart Association, there was a 39% increase in HBP-related deaths in America between 2001 and 2011 despite medical advances in preventing and treating heart disease and stroke. And the death toll is only expected to rise. By 2030, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts 40% of Americans will have HBP
Vitamin B12 is a dynamo when it comes to keeping you energized, mentally sharp and feeling great. It boosts metabolism by helping convert carbohydrates to glucose and maintains healthy digestion. It also keeps blood cells healthy, promotes mental clarity and helps reduce depression and stress. Plus, B12 promotes vibrant hair, skin and nails—so you look great too—and protects against heart disease and cancers like prostate and breast cancer.
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