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How to prevent heart attack by medicine ?

Is there any medication or anything to prevent getting a heart attack in the future. In my family they have died because of heart attack. My dad had a heart attack but he survive, they operate him and the doctor said that another heart attack he won t survive. So, its genetic! I could die of a heart attack in the future. Is there anyway to prevent this tragedy? I mean, I want to pass the age of 70 and I want to meet my grandkids someday. Please, help me how to prevent from dying of a heart attack. oh, i forgot! the only family member who pass the age of 70 it was my grandfather. but he died of a heart attack and he reach the of 73. the others died before the age of 64.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Hi I too had operation to save my life If you eat to much cholesterol it makes your blood line fill up with plaque and that blocks the blood from flowing to a point, That you will suffer a heart attack Heart attack MEANS NO BLOOD FLOW !! Why no blood flow because to much plaque build up! Having your cholesterol checked 2 times a yr. Is best to stay alive, the test shows you with 200 or less total cholesterol is what you want to see. Now where does the cholesterol come from?? Any thing that has eyes that is, animals , fish beef pork eggs milk fish crab etc.etc.etc. Look on the label of what you eat ,it will tell you how much cholesterol is in it.Go to the internet and look up, cholesterol. And learn about it ,and how much you CAN eat , There are folks in hospitals all over the world in there 30's and are having the operation done ! TOO much cholesterol blocking the blood lines! Good luck on your research.............................
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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