The Ask DrErnst Show – Your Cheat Sheet for Heart Health

November 7th, 2022

A staggering 46% of all Americans are categorized as having hypertension, putting those at a greater risk for a list of heart problems. What are the three most common reasons people develop heart problems, and how can they be avoided naturally?

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Join the Ask Dr. Ernst show as Dr. Aaron Ernst and Dr. Chris Demczar discuss “Your Cheat Sheet for Heart Health”, including signs and symptoms of heart disease, and the best at-home test you can do to find out if you have heart disease.

Don’t forget to register for the Holistic Heart Health Summit webinar on Saturday, November 12 at 10 am EST.

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