This Friday is National Wear Red Day, but the whole month of February is a time to reflect on the important issue of women's heart health. Each year heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women, killing about one woman every 80 seconds.
This silent killer is caused by a combination of factors including age, lifestyle, overall health, and family history – all of which contribute to raising a woman's risk. While you cannot change such things as age or biological makeup, the good news is that even minor changes to your diet and lifestyle can improve your heart health, and lower your risk by as much as 80%.
To discuss simple lifestyle changes that help reduce the risk of heart disease contact Dr. Tyuluman of DFW Hormones (DESIGNS FOR WELLNESS™) today:
Phone: (214) 368-3755
Some areas we can help you with include:
Superfoods for your Heart
Tips for lowering Cholesterol
Healthy Recipes for a Healthy Life
Vitamins & Supplements – why they're the perfect complement to any diet