The average age of a heart attack falls to 60 – guess why?


For the first time in generations, the average age of people suffering severe heart attacks have fallen – from 64-years-old to 60-years-old.

The culprit? Probably the massive increase in obesity and diabetes.

In short, younger and fatter Americans are falling victim to life-threatening heart attacks at a much higher rate.

Modern Readers: Cleveland Clinic: Obesity Now a Factor in 40% of Severe Heart Attacks

How can you avoid becoming a part of the heart attack statistics? Do five things:

A low-carb diet can help you with all of it, except the smoking part.


Cereal Killers


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  1. ANDy
    "maintain a good weight"? Weight has nothing to do with it!

    OBESITY DOES NOT CAUSE METABOLIC DISEASES BUT RATHER IS A SYMPTOM OF METABOLIC DISEASES! If you don't understand that, then you don't understand the difference between correlation and causation. Obesity is only unhealthy if it is causing joint or back pain, otherwise it is a cosmetic issue.

    Stop lying about obesity, please.

  2. Cheryl
    Lol. Is Andy still alive?
  3. Not Andy
    Lol Andy. Sugar gets turned into fat by the liver and then put into the bloodstream, where it is then deposited in areas of the body or.... Your arteries!!!!! Not that hard to figure out.
  4. Krystin
    What about people who lift weights but their BMI says they are over weight or even obese?
  5. M Brown
    To: Not Andy - I don't eat sugar all like that. I seldom drink soda. For years I drank diet soda and the last 4 years I have significantly cut that out. I think people have this image bcse of the media that fat ppl sit around a big table w 5 plates of food holding a giant lollipop. One pt I had great results but literally worked out 2 hrs / 5 days a wk and chgd diet. But that routine wasn't realistic long-term.

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