Is there more to heart disease management than taking medicine, eating healthy and exercisi… by Connie b. Dellobuono

Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:

Avoid vigorous exercise, work to exhaustion, emotional stress, heat from too much exposure to sun's radiation, standing all day with no hydration, pollution, not clean water and not eating whole foods. But most important is avoiding bacteria and virus from entering the body esp, mouth, teeth and other point of entry including the skin (largest organ in the body). Deep breathing, avoiding sugar and too much alcohol and infection. Do not over medicate, know drug interactions. Up Vitamin C intake, eating orange peels, parsley and onion-family (sulfur rich foods – colored ones). Take acidophilus and eat pickled veggies. Have good vowel and sunshine in the morn before 9am. Sleeping well and eating between 5am to 5pm. Drinking water when thirsty in the middle of the night. And a love one nearby to know of any ominous signs of heart issues.

Is there more to heart disease management than taking medicine, eating healthy and exercising?