Steps to Preventing Heart Disease
Heart disease has quickly become the leading cause of death in North America. For most people, the first sign of finding out they have an unhealthy heart, is experiencing a heart attack.
However, there are simple lifestyle changes you can make today, to help keep your heart healthy.
You are what you eat, but overly-processed food, industrialization, and depleted soil nutrients are robbing your food of essential vitamins and minerals. Combine this with poor lifestyle choices and you have created the perfect opportunity for your body to get sick. Heart disease, obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, certain cancers, and autoimmune diseases have been linked to vitamin and/or mineral deficiencies.
At this Workshop You Will:
- Learn how World War II influenced the quality of food today
- Become aware of the 6 most dangerous nutritional deficiencies
- Find out how to research quality supplements
- Discover the top foods to avoid and how to decode the Nutrition Facts Label