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Posted: 3/22/2019 12:00:00 PM
Sourced from: Undoctored Blog,
authored by Dr. Davis, original posting date there: 2019-03-22
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What is better than a CT heart scan?
A CT heart scan is the only rational and precise
way to detect and quantify hidden coronary heart disease. It is far
better than silly methods like cholesterol, risk-scoring processes,
or waiting for the appearance of symptoms.
But you can go one step better: two heart
scans conducted over time to calculate--or STOP--the otherwise
inevitable growth of coronary atherosclerosis.
In truth, you have enormous control over
whether or not your heart scan score progresses at the typical
rate of 25% per year, but it won’t be achieved with silly efforts
such as statin drugs, a low-fat diet, or "everything in moderation."
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