Lower Your Heart Attack Risk
In his “5 Little-Known Ways to Lower Heart Attack Risk,” Dr. Michael Mogadam of the George Washington University School of Medicine urges people to “choose heart-healthy beverages. The heart-protective benefits of alcohol have been well-established. When consumed in moderation (one glass daily for women and no more than two glasses daily for men), wine, beer and mixed drinks reduce CAD (coronary artery disease) by 30%.”
Dr. Mogadam is author of the book Every Heart Attack is Preventable: How to Take Control of the 20 Risk Factors and Save Your Life.
- Mogadam, Michael. 5 little-known ways to lower heart attack risk: few patients follow these simple, life-saving strategies. Bottom Line, May, 2004, pp. 5-7.
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