Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Look in the Mirror to See If You Are at Risk for Heart Disease

If you look older than your chronological age when you look in the mirror, your coronary arteries might be developing plaque at an increase rate, according to a landmark study from the Copenhagen City Heart Study, which followed patients for 35 years. Other factors that were linked to increased risk for heart attacks were crown top baldness (40%), frontal baldness (14%), ear lobe creases (11%), and white patches on the upper eyelids (35%). Those with these findings should pay close attention to other risk factors, and should consider getting chelation therapy, which is now supported by the TACT study. I have been invited to give a presentation of TACT in Copenhagen in June, 2013. See the proceedings of the American Heart Association Meeting, Nov. 4, 2012 for the skin signs of heart disease and TACT. www.healthcelebration.com

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