Wednesday, March 30, 2016

The Average Age of a Heart Attack Falls to 60 – Guess Why?


For the first time in generations, the average age of people suffering severe heart attacks have fallen – from 64-years-old to 60-years-old.

The culprit? Probably the massive increase in obesity and diabetes.

In short, younger and fatter Americans are falling victim to life-threatening heart attacks at a much higher rate.

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How can you avoid becoming a part of the heart attack statistics? Do five things:

A low-carb diet can help you with all of it, except the smoking part.


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