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Vitality Begins with Healthy Blood Vessels
Natural Heart Attack, Stroke
& Dementia Prevention
The number one cause of death worldwide remains cardiovascular disease, namely from heart attacks and strokes, and dementia is now the most feared contributor to age-related disability. If, therefore, we are to remain vital, strong, and capable as we age, and reduce risk for an early demise, the focus of our efforts must center on the health and function of the blood vessels that feed our hearts and brains.
So what's the problem?
Unfortunately, although the impact of aging blood vessels on our hearts and brains is massive, the conventional approach to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and dementia remains, in a word, lacking. Advances in technology and drug therapy continue at a rapid pace, but none of them actually get at the cause of the problem. At times, these tools can even make things worse.
The goal at Vital Human is to show you that it doesn't have to be this way.
The simple truth guiding our efforts is that the vitality you seek lies within you, and is always looking for an opportunity to blossom. When that happens, blood vessels can get healthier and the organs they feed can thrive beyond limits you may feel are possible, with the only side effects being positive ones, including prevention of heart attacks and strokes. The focus of our work here is simple: To help you discover how best to make this happen, for your body, and how to keep it that way.
Daniel Chong, ND
The information provided on Vital-Human.com is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment. Always seek advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare provider before undertaking a new health regimen.
*Services rendered to clients outside of Oregon are consultation-based only with intention put towards optimizing vascular wellness, and not meant as a a substitute for standard professional medical diagnoses, or treatment . See new appointment consent form for more details
©2020 by Daniel Chong, ND
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