It's easy to forget that we are all perfect in our own design. Sometimes we muck it up with habits and choices that do not serve us.
Heart disease is all around us. You probably know someone who’s had a heart attack or maybe you’ve had one yourself. This deadly disease is claiming more than 17 million lives globally each year. But is the last heart attack possible?
Watch this groundbreaking report from Sanjay Gupta, MD, to see what he discovered. And then, keep reading for more information about how you can reverse blockage in your heart or avoid heart disease altogether with simple changes to your diet and lifestyle.
In the video above, Dr. Gupta explains how he decided to go on a mission to never have a heart attack.
Most heart attacks happen in people with no symptoms. So how can you make yourself heart attack proof?
Food Revolution Summit speaker Caldwell Esselstyn, MD, thinks heart disease is completely preventable — no matter what your family history is — simply by eating right.
If this is true for some areas of the world, can it be true for others? What should you eat and not eat to protect yourself from this deadly disease?
According to scientific data dating back going back over the course of the last decades, Dr. Esselstyn reports, switching to a whole foods, plant-based diet can make you “heart attack proof.”
Plant-strong eating can also help reverse blockage for people who are already are heart patients.
Upcoming Food Revolution Summit speaker Dean Ornish, MD, has developed the only lifestyle-based heart disease treatment program to ever be covered by Medicare and many of the big insurance companies. The Ornish program works, and it’s saved countless lives.
Another upcoming Food Revolution Summit speaker, Joel Fuhrman, MD, has developed what he calls the Nutritarian diet — and research has shown that it, too, can prevent and reverse heart disease. Like the program developed by Dr. Ornish, the Nutritarian diet is based around whole, natural, plant-sourced foods.
While there are minor differences in their approaches, Drs. Esselstyn, Ornish, and Fuhrman are virtually speaking with one voice. Backed by an overwhelming body of rigorous medical research, they are showing you how you can, with healthy food choices, prevent and reverse heart disease.
In the 2017 Food Revolution Summit, you can hear presentations by Dr. Fuhrman and Dr. Ornish, as well as leading-edge cardiologists Dr. Mimi Guarneri and Dr. Kim Williams.
Dr. Williams is the immediate past president of the American College of Cardiology, and he also believes that ending heart disease is a very real possibility. If you want to know how you can eat and live for a healthy heart; if you care about your heart, and about the health of those you love – this is for you!