How to Determine Your Heart Attack Risk -On Women (

Posted on March 19, 2011



Do you know whether your blood is flowing freely or becoming blocked? You probably don’t if you didn’t have them checked out.

According to a recent study we can determine if we are at risk for a heart attack as we all fall into one of these categories:
High risk-You have existing diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and kidney disease.
At risk– You have more than one of the following:
-The risk factors mentioned in our program,
-A family history of early heart disease
-High blood pressure
-High cholesterol
-Metabolic syndrome
Optimal Risk-No risk factors.

The study involving women showed that only 4 percent were in the ‘optimal risk’ category. Almost 75 % fell in the ‘at risk’ category, many with the risk factors mentioned in our program. Fortunately most of those in this category can reverse their risk by making lifestyle changes.

This article has a video on things that one can do to correct blocked arteries.

How to Determine Your Heart Attack Risk – On Women (

By participating in the consumer health program one can learn to reduce these risk factors by making lifestyle changes.