Author Archive | Jim Strong

The Most Overlooked Disease EVER?

Let me ask you a question? Do you think a disease that leads to: Fat gain… Blindness… Foot – and other limb – amputations… Organ failure… An increased risk for a heart attack or stroke… And death… Would be something that doctors and the world would be concerned about? You would think yes, correct? Well, […]

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Miss These 5 Warning Signs And DIE?

Each year, 800,000 people will suffer a life-changing stroke…. And every FOUR minutes someone’s life will end from a stroke. These are scary statistics – and ones that you should take very seriously. However, if you follow the tips from below – you may prevent a stroke from occurring PLUS you could prevent an early […]

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Just How Bad Are Fatty Foods For You?

Uh oh guys… We have a HUGE problem! You know those gooey double decker cheeseburgers you like to enjoy… Or the salty, fatty, golden fries that accompany said cheeseburger… Well, and I hate to tell you this, these foods are KILLING you! Now, you’re probably thinking they are impacting your heart – and rightly so. […]

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Do THIS To Prevent A Heart Attack

Do you want to prevent a heart attack from occurring? Are you at risk for Diabetes –and want to also prevent this from occurring? Well, I have some great news… You may actually be able to reduce your risk for a heart attack…stroke…heart disease – or even all three – just by sitting down. No, […]

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3 Immune Boosting Foods

It’s time to face reality… With the first snowfall recorded in the Northeast, it’s safe to say that cold and flu seasons may be in full swing! That means that you have the chance to “catch” anything – and everything –that you come in contact with. You’re no longer immune to the cold…pneumonia…the dreaded flu…or […]

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Have High Blood Pressure? AVOID These 3 Foods

There are 31 million adults currently living with high blood pressure.  That equals roughly 31 percent of the population of one out of every three people. High blood pressure could lead to a number of issues regarding your health. It could lead to strokes, heart attack, kidney disease, and heart failure. Each year, 47.5 BILLION […]

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