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The Problem With Preventing a Heart Attack

The Problem With Preventing a Heart Attack

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Could you be causing a heart problem by trying to prevent a heart attack? Check this out. 

Timestamps
0:00 The problem with preventing a heart attack 
0:15 Diuretics 
0:33 Statins 
0:50 Warfarin 
1:32 Calcium plaque
2:24 What to do for calcium plaque
2:55 What to do if you’re on warfarin 
3:27 What to do if you’re on a diuretic 
4:00 What to do if you’re on a statin 

Today we’re going to talk about the problems with trying to prevent a heart attack. 

Let’s say you have hypertension,f and you’re on a diuretic. Well, the side effect of diuretics could potentially increase your insulin and create more of a problem within your arteries. 

What if you’re on statins for high cholesterol? Statins could potentially increase the risk of calcification in the arteries. It could also shut down testosterone, and it could decrease CoQ10.

Anti-clotting medications like warfarin could increase the risk of calcification, not just in the arteries, but systemically. 

Out of all of these issues, I believe the most important thing to focus on is making sure you do not build up calcium plaque in the arteries. The amount of calcium in the arteries is the biggest risk factor for mortality from a heart attack. 

A CAC test can help give you a lot of information about what’s going on inside of your arteries. The test score should be zero, but it could go over 1000. If you find out you have a high score and there is a high amount of calcium plaquing, there is something natural you could try. You may want to try taking vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 is a very important vitamin that could potentially remove the calcium from your arteries. You could take the MK7 version between 200 and 300 micrograms every day. 

If you’re on warfarin, you may want to check with your doctor and see if there is another medication you could take that would do the same thing but also allows you to take vitamin K2. You could also see if you could take vitamin K2 and, at the same time, take more warfarin. 

If you’re on a diuretic, you may want to research and speak with your doctor about taking 40,000 IUs of vitamin D3 while also increasing potassium. To get the potassium you need, you could try consuming 7-10 cups of vegetables per day. 

If you have high cholesterol, you may want to get on a healthy keto diet as well as start doing intermittent fasting. 

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand the problem with preventing a heart attack.

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