Dr Oz: 28 Days To Prevent A Heart Attack April 13 2011

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Dr Oz: Prevent A Heart Attack in 28 Days

Dr Oz’s Show on April 13, 2011 is a repeat from January 21, 2011 which is about How To Prevent A Heart Attack In 28 Days (click here for the full details on Dr Oz’s Heart Attack Prevention Plan: Dr Oz: Heart Attack 4 Week Plan).  During the first week of the plan you do Artery Maintenance by doing simple stretches, taking 2 baby aspirin every day before bedtime, and by incorporating Flaxseed Oil into your diet.  The second week of the plan is called Challenge Your Heart, and Doctor Oz said that everyone should aim to increase their heart rate every day this week.  The third week of Dr Oz’s Heart Attack Prevention Plan is to lower your blood pressure by making sure that you are eating more vegetables than meat during your mealtime.  And the final week Dr Oz said that you should reduce your stress.  This is the most fun week because all you have to do is make a couple of phone calls to friends each week, visit in person with a friend at least once, and find love!  Click here for the full plan: Dr Oz 28 Days To Prevent A Heart Attack

Dr Oz April 13 2011 – In Case You Missed It

Click on the links at the end of each item below to read recaps of the Dr Oz Show from April 13, 2011! Dr Oz 28 Days To Prevent A Heart Attack

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  1. EARLENE MACRI says

    DO YOU HAVE A VIDEO OF SHOW ON APRIL 13, 2011? 28 DYS TO PREVENT A HEART ATTACK.
    HOW MAY I GET ONE?

  2. says

    I think broccoli is very good for you but being hypothryoid i was told to avoid certain vegetables ,this being one of them . Told to only comsume them only if they are steamed . Could you advise to how often one with my condition should safely be able to eat this vegetable.

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