Pages Navigation Menu

Spotlight: Heart Health Tips

This month is National Stroke Awareness Month. So, we here at Cbus Chic thought it might be a good (and beneficial) idea to ask Dr. Eric Goulder and Dr. Barb McClatchie of the Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center (HASPC) of Central Ohio for some heart health tips. 

 

 

The best way to prevent a heart attack or stroke is to be fully tested. That way, you can understand your personal risks and create a customized plan, explains Dr. Goulder. He adds, “under the care of the Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center, patients are guaranteed to not have a heart attack or stroke.”

 

Beyond that, Dr. Goulder offers his H.E.A.R.T. formula to anyone interested in taking a preventive approach to heart health:

 

H – Commit to a Healthy Lifestyle
There’s a big difference between being interested in something and being committed. Be committed.

 

EEat Whole Foods and Eliminate Processed Foods
Whole foods have been processed or refined as little as possible, and are free from additives or other artificial substances.

 

A – Do Something Active Every Day

 

RRest Your Body by Getting Plenty of Sleep
On average, adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night.

 

T – Get Tested to Know Your Genetic Make-up (so you can create your personalized plan)
Simple blood and saliva tests are administered, understood, and explained by specially trained Bale Doneen dentists and cardiologists. All of whom can be found at HASPC of Central Ohio.

 

You can learn more about HASPC (and the Bale Doneen Method) by going online to www.haspcofcentralohio.com

 

Read our feature on Drs. Goulder and McClathchie by clicking here

 

Leave a Comment