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Nutrition Tip of the Week: Heart Disease 

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Heart Disease, the leading cause of death in the US- High Blood pressure, High Cholesterol, Angina, Heart Attack, Stroke, Artherosclerosis( clogged arteries). Statin drug sales are running over $150 billion globally, these drugs have many alarming side effects.   Did you know you can prevent and even cure heart disease with diet?
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  • Scott Warman
 Plant based diets show amazing results. Eat more fruits and veggies, high fiber, less animal fat, lower sodium and get some exercise in there daily. You will feel so much better, too!

Stormi Bettiga is a Holistic Nutritionist based in Central Oregon, focusing on weight management, plant-based diet consultation, youth nutrition and healing chronic illness. Check out her website at foodgoddessoregon.com or give her a call at 707 496 3891.

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