Everything hinges on your heart’s health.
When it starts to go… when you’ve had a heart attack (or two)… you’re facing a life-or-death situation every single day.
Yet new research reveals how the difference between life and death could come down to one of the smallest decisions you make each day.
It’s something you can change today – something you can change right NOW– that will make a BIG difference…
TIMING is EVERYTHING when it comes to heart attack survival
More than 90 percent survive their first heart attack, which sounds like good news…until you see the rest of the numbers.
Once you’ve had that first heart attack, you’re facing a much higher risk of:
- Another heart attack
- Heart failure
- Sudden cardiac death
That last one might be the biggest.
Three out of four sudden cardiac death victims have had a heart attack.
And after your own heart attack, your risk of sudden cardiac death QUADRUPLES over the next 30 days.
But you can do something about all of these risks – and more – at once, and you won’t believe how simple it is…
Just change when you eat!
See, there are TWO bad habits many of us share. Sometimes it’s a matter of convenience. Sometimes, we’re just not paying attention and it happens:
- Skipping breakfast
- Eating dinner late
Neither habit’s a good one; we know missing morning meals leads to over-eating later (unless it’s part of a carefully planned form of intermittent fasting).
And we know people who eat late in the evening are also at risk.
But the new study finds either habit alone – or both together – are especially dangerous after a heart attack, and can lead to second heart attack, death, chest pain and more.
And if you have either habit yourself after a heart attack…
Those risks jump by up to FIVE TIMES!
Now, WHEN you eat is important…
But WHAT you eat is even more critical – and if you’ve had a heart attack, there’s a strong chance you’ve been eating all the wrong things.
Consider this your last, best chance to get it right and survive.
There are a number of diets proven to SLASH the risk of heart attack, stroke and death but for my money you won’t find a better one than the Mediterranean lifestyle, modified to restrict grains (even whole grains).
It’s not just that it works.
It’s got something even more important in its corner: It’s easy to follow, too.