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Just Say NO to Heart Disease – Carolyn Dean MD ND

The heart is the body’s engine room, responsible for pumping life-sustaining blood via a 60,000-mile-long (97,000-kilometer-long) network of vessels. The organ works ceaselessly, beating 100,000 times a day, 40 million times a year—in total clocking up three billion heartbeats over an average lifetime. It keeps the body freshly supplied with oxygen and nutrients, while clearing away harmful waste matter.

Since the heart lies at the center of the blood delivery system, it is also central to life. Blood both supplies oxygen from the lungs to the other organs and tissues and removes carbon dioxide to the lungs, where the gas is breathed out. Blood also distributes nourishment from the digestive system and hormones from glands. Likewise our immune system cells travel in the bloodstream, seeking out infection, and blood takes the body’s waste products to the kidneys and liver to be sorted out and trashed.

Given the heart’s many essential functions, it seems wise to take care of it. Yet heart disease has risen steadily over the last century, especially in industrialized countries, due largely to changes in diet and lifestyle. It has become the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming almost 700,000 lives a year, or 29 percent of the annual total. Worldwide, 7.2 million people die from heart disease every year.

Tonight on Live with Dr. Carolyn Dean you’ll get two hours of wonderful, euphoric information on how to take care of your heart with the most simple of all nutrients, MAGNESIUM.  Much great information discussed plus great callers and tons of listener emails.

Listen to the archive:

Hour One – right click to download

2016-03-14–1600—Live-With-Dr-Carolyn-Dean

Hour Two – right click to download

2016-03-14–1700—Live-With-Dr-Carolyn-Dean

 

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