The American Heart Association reports that on average, one American dies every 39 seconds from cardiovascular disease (CVD). That’s about 2,200 Americans every day.
No doubt you have heard of the many things an individual can do to reduce the risk of CVD including; exercise, lose weight, lower the cholesterol level and take a low dose aspirin daily. But there’s new research showing another way to reduce the risk of CVD. Best of all, it’s really simple and inexpensive.