Artery Disease: The #1 Killer Is Artery Disease

The most common form of heart disease is artery disease, specifically clogged coronary arteries. Heart Disease (all forms)┬ákills more people each year than cancer, approximately 23,000 more. Artery Disease is characterized by the build-up of plaque within the coronary and/or peripheral arteries. Plaque consists of oxidized LDL cholesterol, fibrin, calcium and other debris. This plaque build-up, found within the arteries, is called atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is the cause of the most…

February 17, 2014