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Prevention & Detection is Key
If cancer and disease are curable, why are those the top causes of death in Americans? Simply because disease and cancer are not caught early enough to cure them.
Prevention is key.
Your Free Tickets to the Award Winning Documentary Film “The Widowmaker” This documentary film is the most acclaimed medical documentary of our decade. The film objectively shows what has been going on in the cardiac industry over the past almost 30 years that has kept the incidence of sudden death heart attacks at a perpetual high in America. Register Now And it did not have to be this way. Rated 100% on Rotten Tomatoes Please”Read More →
Omega 3 Fatty Acids This is the most important supplement that you can take when it comes to heart health. Omega 3’s help prevent heart attacks and strokes and are also associated with reduction in the incidence of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Age-related macular degeneration. The trick is to make sure you are taking the right kind and right amount of omega 3’s on a daily basis. The Right Kind: The kind of omega 3 needed for heart health is the long-chained Omega 3’s known as EPA and DHA. DO NOT take any Omega 6. Omega 6’s cause inflammation. The Right Amount: If your heart scan showsRead More →
DIET A good diet is always important for your health. It does not have to be extreme. What is important is that it is something you can stick with. Many find that a Mediterranean-type program works well for them. Make sure you get at least 6-8 servings of pigmented fruit and vegetables daily. Consuming good fats from olive oil, tree nuts and avocados is a good basis for heart health. New research reveals the exciting fact that blueberries, for example, provide an effective way to lower cholesterol without the dangers of statin drugs. In fact, the research shows that a compound in blueberries acts just asRead More →
Statins Statins (Lipitor, Crestor, etc.) are the most well-known of cholesterol lowering agents. They work in your liver by disrupting the synthesis of cholesterol. LOW DOSE statins are often recommended for coronary plaque and are very synergestic with the 4 heart supplements shown on this website. Statins seem to have gotten a “bad rap”. Some people have muscle aches when taking statin medication. This happens frequently with high dose statins. The key to statins is to use them at LOW DOSAGES. Also, statins that are hydrophilic or soluable in water tend to have fewer side effects than lipophilic statins or statins that do not dissolve inRead More →
This final part of our 3 part series on strokes discusses the technologies available to detect potential stroke risk at early stages. Discover the difference between a carotid ultrasound and a carotid CIMT. What is the brand new CIMT machine just recently introduced by Panasonic? Are there advantages? Please join us.Read More →
The question now arises as to just what should men do about getting a PSA blood test for prostate cancer screening. U.S. Preventive Task Force says, no. What are the real life pros and cons about getting this test? What should one do if they are told not to have the test performed? Listen to how Dr. Blanchet uses the PSA test in his medical practice. Discover the key issues in prostate cancer screening.Read More →
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has just announced that males should not have routine PSA tests for the early detection of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer, by the way, is the number 3 leading cause of cancer death in men. (U.S. government statistic) Who IS this Task Force? How good or bad is their track record in making recommendations to the public? What did they base this decision on? Is it a valid decision? What is the response of the medical community? Please join Lindsay and Dr. Blanchet as they discuss this very important health issue. Listen to Dr. Blanchet’s response to this government recommendation.Read More →
In this Second Part, Lindsay and Dr. Bill Blanchet discuss some of the medical treatment options available for ED. Drugs such as Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis top the list as being the most prescribed pharmaceuticals in the United States today, surpassing the anti-depressants. Find out what their differences are. Find out what are their pros and cons.Read More →