Men and Heart Disease

healthy living livestream May 22, 2024

Did you know that heart attacks are about twice as common in men than women?

And yes, when it comes to heart attacks, the usual culprits are high cholesterol, diabetes, body mass, and genetics… or so you would think.

Actually, none of these traditional risk factors account for the curious gender gap in heart attack risk.

There’s actually something quite unique about men’s typical behavior that makes them more susceptible to heart attacks—and you’ll be surprised once you learn what that is.

Cardiovascular disease is a very grave calamity, but as you know, the medical system poses an even bigger risk to your health, and you’re done being a victim of the pharmaceutical syndicate.

It’s time to take your health into your own capable hands and embrace the health autonomy that you were built for.

Today at 12pm ET I’m going live on Rumble, Facebook, Youtube, and Instagram to teach you the natural way to mitigate the risk of cardiovascular disease, so you can enjoy a long, healthy life and continue to support your nearest and dearest.

If you’re looking for more ways to broaden your health awareness and forge your independence as a man, a husband, and a father, then make sure to sign up for my completely free 3-part mini-series entitled: True Masculinity happening on June 4th, 6th, and the 9th:

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