Women’s Heart Health Solutions – Must Watch Expert Talks – February 4-10

More WOMEN die of heart disease than ALL CANCERS combined, yet we continue to think of it as a MAN’s problem.

There is no greater misunderstanding in conventional medicine than caring for a women’s heart that’s in poor health.

A man and a woman complaining of the same symptoms — chest pain, light-headedness, trouble breathing — will likely receive entirely different treatments.

He’ll have his heart evaluated.

She’ll get a prescription for indigestion.

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, outpacing breast cancer, diabetes and stroke. In fact, 1 in 4 women will now receive a heart disease diagnosis in their lifetime.

This can be prevented!

Women experience A FAR DIFFERENT set of heart disease symptoms than men. Yet, nearly all the major studies conducted on heart disease have favored male participants. And, women MUST receive different protocols for prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Doctors just don’t know enough about women’s hearts — and, in women, heart attacks are on the rise.

When your host of The Women’s Heart Health Summit, Dr. Mark Menolascino, was in med school, he cared for a woman who came in for nausea and abdominal pain. She was scheduled to have her gallbladder removed, even though the tests were not conclusive that this was her problem.

A heart condition was NEVER considered as the problem.

Turns out, her nausea and stomach pain were actually a heart attack and her heart had been slowly dying over the previous few days while she was waiting for surgery.

Everyone missed it.

Her heart was damaged and never the same, while her gallbladder was fine.

Since then, Dr. Mark has made it his mission in 35+ years of practice to help women with symptoms and illnesses that stem from poor heart health.

He’s here to share that wisdom with you.

Learn about women’s heart health when you attend this free, online event!

Registration to The Women's Heart Health Summit

Most heart disease research has been focused on men, and conventional medicine’s “one size fits all” model hasn’t worked, but a personalized, functional approach is working for women — understanding what will benefit your unique heart — it can improve your energy and vitality, even save your life.

WHY ATTEND?

Your host, Mark Menolascino, MD, is a functional medicine physician with 35+ years of experience and the author of Heart Solution for Women. He has devoted his life to helping women with symptoms and illnesses that stem from poor heart health.

The experts he has gathered for The Women’s Heart Health Summit are here to teach you the unique, personalized protocols they use to deliver vitality and optimized health to their patients and followers.

When you join me for The Women’s Heart Health Summit, you’ll learn:

● Why women’s heart health symptoms are different (and where to look)
● The tests (and results) that will help you find your solution
● How symptoms of poor heart health hide in women’s bodies
● Why heart health relies on gut, thyroid, adrenal AND hormone health
● How to achieve personalized, precision care for you and your family
● And so much more!

Their mission is to help prevent heart disease, the leading cause of death in women, by teaching individuals and health professionals alike the new functional medicine approach to vitality that’s proving more effective than any drug.

Register for The Women’s Heart Health Summit and learn why we can no longer treat women’s heart health the same as we do men!

Register & Get Free eGuide

Get Dr. Menolascino’s informative, 16-page eGuide, Dr. Mark’s Integrative Medicine Cabinet, an easy-to-follow document providing tips and tricks to living a healthier lifestyle! >> Click here to grab this informative eGuide, Dr. Mark’s Integrative Medicine Cabinet!

This 16-page eGuide compiles four integral documents that Dr. Mark shares with his patients: Healthy Heart Checklist, Optimal Food Choices, Simplest Guide to Healthy Fats and Decreasing Toxicity.

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