When plaque builds up on the walls of your arteries and inhibits blood flow (a condition called atherosclerosis), it doesn’t bode well for your health.
And if you’re one of the more than three million Americans suffering from atherosclerosis, you know this all too well.
Atherosclerosis is the primary cause of heart attack, but it also causes about half of all strokes. And there are often no symptoms until it’s too late and a plaque ruptures or blood flow is completely blocked.
That’s why prevention is key. And this time, it’s pretty easy…