Endothelial Health Webinar
According to ABC News, 45% of the American adult population is at significant risk for heart and cardiovascular disease. This is at an all time high and it centers on three major areas: High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol Concerns, and Diabetes
Staggering numbers that also offer great hope when you understand that there is one common factor to all of these diseases. That common factor is your cardiovascular system. While most people concentrate on your heart as the central focus of cardiovascular health, I’m here to tell you that there is another organ that is equally important, and some believe even more important, than your heart.
The Importance of Endothelial Health!
Unfortunately, most people have never heard of this organ. Yet the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to three American researchers who discovered how this organ produces a gas that actually regulates your entire cardiovascular system. The organ is called the Endothelium and the gas is Nitric Oxide – the master signaling molecule of your entire cardiovascular system. This health information webinar will teach you how to effectively nourish your endothelium for proper nitric oxide production, which has the potential to significantly improve cardiovascular health.
Endothelial Health Is Key To Good Health!
You must learn how to properly nourish your endothelium – the largest secreting organ in your entire body – if you want to improve your cardiovascular health and overall wellness. Watch the above YouTube video to learn how and why! Over the next couple of days I’ll be posting additional webinars showing you specifically how endothelial health affects high blood pressure, cholesterol concerns, and diabetes. Even cognitive function is effected by endothelial health.
Together we can work to save a million lives!
Dan Hammer has a background in biology, chemistry, and exercise physiology. He used to run one of the largest health club operations in the Chicago area and has been helping people with their wellness issues for more than 25 years.
The information contained in this article is for general information purposes only and never as a substitute for professional medical advice or medical exam. The information about endothelial health has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease without the supervision of a qualified medical doctor.