Keep an aspirin handy. You gotta keep an aspirin around you at all times, either for yourself or someone else. It’s the first thing you do when you start feeling the symptoms of a heart attack. When you start feeling that impending sense of doom, that you’re about to go down, you pop that aspirin under your tongue or chew it. Don’t swallow it, just chew the durn thing. It thins your blood and you can save a life very quickly.
On “THe Doctor Oz Show” this week:
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 – “THE SECRETS IN YOUR CHAKRAS: WHAT THE 7 ENERGY CENTERS REVEAL ABOUT YOUR HEALTH & HEART”
All New: Today Dr. Oz reveals the seven energy centers throughout your body that hold the key to a long, healthy life – the seven chakras. Dr. Oz sits down with neurologist, Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, to discuss how more than a billion people find their health through their chakras, and explain ways to keep your chakras healthy. Then, Dr. Oz explains what foods are the most powerful tool for fighting cancer, and reveals the two food groups he wants you to focus on today. Later, Dr. Oz explains why Greek yogurt can be a healthier and better choice than regular yogurt, and helps you pick the best Greek yogurt to add to your diet.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 – ”DICK CHENEY – EXCLUSIVE!” All new: Today Dr. Oz is joined by American politician and former Vice President of the United States, Dick Cheney, to discuss his personal journey with heart disease, and the road to recovery after a life-changing heart transplant. He opens up about stress, his public image, and the steps he took to fight back and get healthy. Is your home making you fat? Find out the ways your home could be affecting your health. Later, when hunger strikes and your only options come from a vending machine, it can be difficult to know the right combination for a healthy snack. Dr. Oz shares his healthy vending machine picks when you have to grab and go.
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Dr. Oz: Five Easy (And Fun) Ways to Prevent Heart Disease was originally published on blackamericaweb.com