An annual physical wont uncover it, you may feel great, exercise and eat intelligently, your LDL cholesterol may be 92 or 192it makes little difference. Then how can you predict your hearts future? Do you need a crystal ball?
Well, you dont have a crystal ball. But you have the next best thing: Track Your Plaque, the program that shows you how to use the new heart scans to measure and control coronary plaque. Coronary plaque is heart disease that leads to heart attack. If you know you have hidden coronary plaque and how much, you have the power to take control of your heart health future. Quantifying the amount of plaque you have is the most powerful measure available to predict future heart attack, far better than knowing your cholesterol.
The revolutionary program that shows you how to begin to take control of your heart's future now!
Track your Plaque is a 3-step program that shows how you can:
1) Detect and measure coronary plaque easily and inexpensively
2) Identify the causes of your coronary plaque with methods that go far beyond simple-minded cholesterol measures
3) Effectively treat the causes and gain control of your plaque
Track your Plaque reaches farther than any other available program and can provide life-changing information to seize control of your future.
Must read this if heart disease runs in your family. And then go get a Plaque Scan. It will save your life!Published 3 months ago by Bella55
I read this book after a relative died of a heart attack. It has a lot of good information, but some of it is dated. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Norcal Reader
great information well written I ordered it for my DR. friends this can save your lifePublished 3 months ago by david
As with most of the reviewers I already had diagnosed heart issues before becoming aware of this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ron C
I had a scare with the heart scan.. this book calmed my nerves about plaque and how to cope and how to manage it. What it is an dhow to deal with it. Very informative. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Michelle Olmstead-Johnson