The news is already bad enough.
You were rushed to the hospital...
You went through surgery with your family panicking in the waiting room.
Thankfully, surgery goes well and you're fine.
But after a heart attack, that doesn’t mean it’s over…
Because research shows a cardiovascular event is a glaring RED FLAG your brain is also at risk!
You need this information NOW... before it's too late.
The connection between your heart and brain
Your heart and brain are connected... and if your heart has a problem, your brain soon follows.
In a recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, researchers noted this undeniable connection:
- They saw that once you've had a heart attack, your verbal memory drops like a heavy stone through water.
- Your perception of time goes along with it.
The authors weren't able to tell if it was solely the heart attack that had any effect on memory, or if medications also had any impact.
But it’s crystal clear that if you have a heart attack, your risk for memory problems and Alzheimer’s SKYROCKETS.
Now, if you've already had a heart attack, that doesn't mean you're doomed to lose your memory.
Because there are steps you can take that can SAVE your brain from these effects.
In fact, even if you HAVEN’T had a heart attack, these steps can help protect your memory well into your golden years:
- Exercise. The easiest thing you can start doing is exercise. Walking is a great, low-impact way to get started, especially after a cardiovascular event. A daily 30-minute stroll has been proven to have great heart benefits. By getting your heart pumping, it’ll keep blood flowing to your brain.
In addition to making your heart stronger and dropping your dementia risk, it'll SLASH your risk of type 2 diabetes.
- Diet. I can’t stress the benefits of the Paleo diet enough. Our ancestors didn't know they were eating to protect their heart and mind, but that's exactly what they were doing.
Ditch ALL processed foods, decrease your sugar intake, and focus on eating plenty of heart-healthy vegetables and fruit. Doing this will not only protect your heart and mind, it’ll also drop your risk of a number of other age-related conditions.
- Resveratrol. A leading cause of heart attacks is stiff arteries. But there's a supplement that can make them flexible as a whip and unclog arteries to allow your blood to flow freely. It's called resveratrol.
In one study, 300 mg of resveratrol reduced arterial stiffness by nine percent... in JUST TWO WEEKS. It can also help protect against cognitive decline.
Available for only pennies a day, resveratrol is the smart supplement to support the heart-brain connection.