Food is fun, but overeating can be extremely hard on your heart–especially if you are not as healthy as you would like to be. This is an urgent message that we hope you’ll forward to all your loved ones.
Food is an integral part of holiday festivities with the likes of roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberries, green beans, mashed potatoes and of course, pumpkin pie!
Join us today as Leonard Smith, MD and I discuss just what happens in the body during a typical holiday “splurge” dinner. And join Monica and me later this week, when we’ll present The Holiday Splurge Diet–practical tips to make this holiday season one that advances you and your family toward Super Health! Make it your goal this holiday eating season to incorporate The Holiday Splurge Diet into your lifestyle during the 2012 holiday season!
Vitamin E, Omega-3, Green Tea Extract, Ginkgo Biloba, Garlic
These nutrients are likely those that your doctor will advise you to avoid several days prior to surgery as they are known to be natural blood thinners. While conventional medicine often discounts the effectiveness of dietary supplements, this counsel is an acknowledgement of the power and potency of these nutrients. It's also a clue to some of the nutrients that you should consider adding to you and your family's regimen for your overall well-being and specifically, for your cardiovascular health.
Today on LivingFuelTV, join renowned surgeon and natural health expert Leonard Smith, MD and me for Part Two in our special series on heart health. Click on the graphic below to join us!