Sadly, there’s no magic pill, potion, or ritual that can protect you from having a heart attack. But there are things you can do to lower your risk of heart attack. Taking control of your health by engaging in preventative healthcare is the best way to optimize your physical condition and significantly reduce the risk of having a heart attack. Even if you’ve already had a heart attack, it’s not too late to make the necessary changes to stave off a second heart attack and potentially save your life. Remember, 48% of premature deaths in America are preventable – and
It’s not possible for everyone, though, and there’s no guarantees. And, of course, if you’re born with Type I diabetes, you can’t – it’s part of you and it’s beyond your control. If you want to learn more about the difference between Type II and Type II diabetes, click here. Not only can you reverse Type II diabetes, you can prevent it. And why wouldn’t you?
The changes necessary to reverse and prevent diabetes (Type II) are basically the same, so why would you wait until you develop this life-threatening, complex health problem before you initiate those changes? Because: