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Heart Disease

Cellular Inflammation is the root cause of all disease

Synopsis

There are a number of types of cardiovascular disease, ranging from disease of the blood vessels, irregularities in the heart’s rhythm (arrhythmias), to congenital defects. Heart Disease, including coronary heart disease, heart attack, and congenital heart defects, is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Thankfully, outcomes relating to cardiovascular health are largely in our control and can be mitigated through simple changes in diet and behavior. Preventative measures for heart disease primarily involve lifestyle modifications such as, quitting smoking, reducing dietary fat intake, reducing blood pressure, monitoring sodium intake, exercising, and maintaining a healthy weight.

Common Symptoms

  • Arrhythmia symptoms: Lightheadedness, fluttering heart, fainting spells, chest pain
  • Atherosclerosis symptoms: Coldness or numbness in the extremities and limbs, unusual or unexplained pain, weakness in legs and arms
  • Congenital defect symptoms: Blue-tinged skin, swelling of extremities, fatigue and low energy, irregular heart rhythm
  • Coronary artery disease symptoms: Chest pain, pressure in the chest, shortness of breath, nausea, feelings of indigestion
  • Cardiomyopathy symptoms: Fatigue, bloating, swollen legs, shortness of breath, rapid pulse
  • Heart Infection symptoms: Chest pain, congestion, fever, chills, rash

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Treatments to Discuss with Your Practitioner

  • Precision nutrition plan to manage inflammation
  • Managing contributing factors, lifestyle modification
  • Genetic testing to determine your risk of different heart diseases
  • Supplementation to improve cardiovascular health

Research Publications

Chemicals In Consumer Products May Lead To Obesity & Fatty Liver Disease:
https://worldhealth.net/news/chemicals-consumer-products-may-lead-obesity-fatty-liver-disease/

Link Between DNA Methylation and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease:
https://worldhealth.net/news/close-40-americans-have-fatty-liver/

Close to 40% of Americans Have Fatty Liver:
https://worldhealth.net/news/close-40-americans-have-fatty-liver/