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  • B100


  • 3 STEPS


  • Doctors Visit


    $500 - $1500



Certain forms of heart disease could be close to 100% preventable today, yet it remains the leading cause of death among both men and women in our country. As an example, currently, sophisticated imaging, blood and saliva testing can measure many newly-identified risk biomarkers for heart disease, years – even decades – before plague begins to develop in a person’s arteries. In addition, advanced CT scans, called CT coronary calcium scans or CT coronary angiograms, can detect calcified plaque deposits in arteries well before they progress to potential blockages. These and other cutting-edge screenings now provide such early indicators of a person’s predisposition for heart disease, that the disease itself can usually be prevented. What’s more, early prevention can usually be accomplished exclusively with natural tools, such as: diet, exercise, supplements and lifestyle adjustments. The first step is for individuals to take the home heart test along with my assessment so we can see what the next steps should be.

There are several. However, one of the greatest misconceptions is that passing a basic cholesterol panel with “good numbers,” or a standard EKG-Treadmill test, means you are not at risk for a heart attack. Nothing could be further from the truth.  In fact, a national study conducted by UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine found that 75% of all patients hospitalized for a heart attack had cholesterol levels that, based on current national guidelines, indicated that they were not at high risk for a cardiovascular event. Similarly, an EKG-Treadmill test (also known as a stress test) only detects artery blockages that are greater than 70% and the sensitivity of this test is only about 60 to 70%! Most heart attack patients have one or more smaller blockages. Despite this well-known information, standard cholesterol panels and stress tests, remain the most used diagnostic tools for assessing heart attack risk.

The second misconception is that cholesterol alone is the cause of heart disease and heart attack. Although high cholesterol levels undoubtedly increase the risk of heart attack and blockage, it is not the only cause or even the most important cause. New research  is beginning to show that the most important cause or the most important underlying cause of coronary artery disease could be an insulin-resistance state (not necessarily diabetes).

Most of us understand high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, and being overweight increase the potential for developing heart disease and suffering a heart attack or stroke. What we also need to look at is stress levels, personality types and what types of exercise an individual is doing.  We have all heard the stories of the person who was in perfect shape but died of a heart attack while on a run.  Chances are this person pushed their heart to the limit. That is the beauty of my assessment, we really take a deep dive in understanding how an individual lives their day-to-day life to gain a better understanding of how much life is left in their heart.  Other often times overlooked risk factors include: Heavy Metal toxicities, Certain Vitamin/nutrient deficiencies, Hormone imbalances and Vascular inflammation.

After 20 years of looking at hearts, I can say with confidence I know how the heart works and what we need to do to keep it beating.  Every patient who has followed my recommendations has benefitted from improved health and wellness, and not one has had a heart attack.  It is my belief that with our current knowledge about cardiovascular disease, no one should suffer a heart attack or stroke up until at least their 100th birthday!

We get you! You want to eat more red meat, but hear it's terrible for you! Well, the tests in the B100 kit will both tell you whether red meat is risky for you, or not so bad, and also recommend some options to manage your health should you choose to indulge!

The blood collection device is the most painless, cleanest, and least invasive blood draw approach on the market!

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