5 Simple Things Can Prevent 80% Of Heart Attacks, Research Shows

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  1. People suffering from leptin or insulin resistance – diabetics, overweighed people and people with high cholesterol should limit their fruit intake. In fact, their daily fructose intake shouldn’t go over 15 grams.
  2. People with normal weight and not any health issues as in 1# should eat fruit on a regular daily basis, especially after working out because then, the body uses this sugar as fuel thus preventing the increase of blood sugar levels.

Diabetes drugs

Metformin, one of the most common diabetes drugs, has been linked to higher risk of low levels thyroid-stimulating hormone – TSH. On the other hand, low TSH affects overall health and leads to cardiovascular issues such as atrial fibrillation, which can result in congestive heart failure. New research found that treating type 3 diabetes with prescription drugs reduces blood glucose levels, but drastically increases the risk of death from heart-related diseases.

Beta-blockers and Scientific Misconduct

It’s known that beta-blockers prevent the neurotransmitters epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine from binding to beta receptors. Although these blockers are commonly given to patients who don’t need a heart surgery, statistics shows beta-blockers have caused death in nearly 800,000 in Europe only.

You need to protect your heart

  • Reduce exposure to stress and anxiety.
  • Avoid sitting for too long.
  • Avoid statins, as they produce unwanted side effects.
  • Increase your intake of unprocessed saturated animal fats.
  • Cut out sugars, including grains and processed fructose.
  • Exercise regularly: weight-lifting, high-intensity interval training, core workout and stretching.
  • Increase your vitamin D intake. Spend more time in the sun or simply take vitamin D supplements.
  • Walk barefoot to get some potent antioxidants from the earth. When these antioxidants are carried through the free electrons, they relieve inflammation in the body.

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