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We’ve heard a lot about the standard dietary recommendations for anyone concerned about heart disease and its accompanying risk markers (high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar). Eat less cholesterol, drink less alcohol, and watch your fats. But have we been missing an essential piece of the preventative health puzzle?

Brenda Watson, CNC, is back on TV discussing the important puzzle pieces we need to fit into our diets (and cut down on in our diets) to help us prevent heart disease and manage heart disease risk markers now.

You can watch Brenda featured in this American Health Journal special by clicking on the video below.

Brenda synthesizes her decades of expertise as a nutritional consultant, health clinic founder, New York Times bestselling author, and national health educator into this key heart health segment. This kind of information is life changing for those battling obesity, heart disease risk factors, diabetes or blood sugar problems, and bodily inflammation.

Check out Brenda on American Health Journal and explore these vital health topics:

  • The “silent” damage that sugar and carbohydrates are doing to our hearts, and our overall health
  • What our carb-heavy diets mean to the average American waistline and our heart disease epidemic
  • How much sugar do we need each day to maintain healthy blood sugar levels?
  • And how much sugar are we really eating? (The numbers will shock you!)
  • The simple formula you need to know to figure out your daily sugar intake
  • And more…!

It Isn’t All About the Cholesterol You Eat
If you think you know the no-no foods for heart disease prevention, think again. Brenda helps us understand why we can’t seem to take the weight off (especially around the waistline) and why our diet is still contributing to heart health risk markers even if we’re watching our cholesterol intake. These are critical facts to consider when cooking, shopping, and helping loved ones to eat balanced, truly heart-healthy meals. Don’t miss it!

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Did you miss it the first time around? The heart health special every American should see that has the nation buzzing about the silent, underlying causes of heart disease we can all prevent?

If you or someone you love is among the millions dealing with heart health issues such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and even high blood sugar and diabetes, you won’t want to miss this chance to spend an hour with Brenda to uncover the startling truth about these issues. The good news is that we all hold the power to take our health into our own hands, and Brenda zeros in on just how to do that.

What
Heart of Perfect Health: The Startling Truths About Heart Disease and the Power You Hold to Stop It is a revolutionary, life-changing Public Television special hosted by renowned digestive health export and educator, Brenda Watson, CNC. It airs exclusively on PBS stations nationwide.

When
Heart of Perfect Health is back on PBS stations now through – September 15th. Mark your calendars and be sure to catch this back-by-popular demand expose! Click here to check local airing times in your area.

Where
Spend time with Brenda right in your living room and invite family members for this important look at the truth behind our nation’s heart disease crisis. 8/13 – 9/15…See you then!

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