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Approximately 7 million people around the world die from heart attacks every year, and cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack and what are the symptoms?

The video above describes the causes and the most common symptom of a heart attack. 

Watch it and come back to read this article.

Your next choice may change your life.

No one had to die from a heart attack. It’s possible to prevent and reverse heart disease naturally with diet and lifestyle.

Our mission at the Heart Guardian System is to help you achieve optimal health through the life-changing power of personalized nutrition, exercise, stress management and sleep optimization.

We are devoted to helping you along your personal journey to develop and sustain this healthy lifestyle so that you can live a life free of heart disease and conditions that threaten the quality and length of your life.

Our mission is to save and improve lives of people who suffer from cardiovascular disease 

Every day, our Heart Guardian System clients are sharing their wins with us.

Their first time they were able to reduce prescription medication…

The first time they felt in control of their health and easily lost weight and got slimmer and fitter…

Transforming their health while feeling confident and in charge of their body, their food choices, and their life…

The joy of being able to be there for their loved ones and do what they love without fear and anxiety…

In fact, if what’s being reported by our clients is any clue…

In the past 12 months, the Heart Guardian System has helped more people reverse their heart disease symptoms and improve their lives than ANY other program out there.

The only question you need to ask yourself is, “Do I want to reverse my heart disease symptoms?”

If the answer is YES, then I’d love to share with you how we’re getting these kinds of results, and I’d like to share it with you for FREE.

Here’s how it works…

Right Now, You’re Probably Stuck on One of These 3 Things…

You want to immediately stop the progression of your heart disease and regain control of your health.


You want to feel confident knowing what you should eat, what supplements to take or lifestyle changes to make. You want to know how to lose unhealthy weight and keep it off for life. And make sense of all that medical terminology, contradicting information and ‘magic bullet’ solutions out there.


You want to reduce or get off medications because the side effects are ruining your quality of life, but you want to find a safe, proven way to do it.

Which of those sound more like you?

The good news is that whichever it is, my team and I can show you a plan that will help you make it a reality…

…and we’ll do it for FREE.

Consider this:

These are the kinds of results we get for our clients every single day. If we can do it for them, why can’t we do it for you?

Here’s How to Get Our Help for FREE…

We’ve set aside some time to speak to you over the next few days.

We’ll get on the phone for about 45 minutes. On that call, we’ll lay out a plan to help you do ANY or ALL of the 3 things we mentioned above.

This plan is going to enable you to hit your health goals this year…and blow right past them…

…while feeling stronger, healthier, trimmer, mentally sharper and sexier than you have in over a decade.

It’s a bold promise…

But after helping hundreds of men turn around their health, I feel very comfortable making it.

The plan we craft together will be SIMPLE, CLEAR, and light years ahead of anything you’ve heard from anyone else.

After all, we’ve been doing this for years with proven results.

Our system works. And we know that if we work together, and you stay coachable, decisive, and resourceful, there is NO limit to what you can achieve with your health.

This is NOT for Everybody.

Here’s Who I Can Help:

 I’m VERY picky about who I’ll speak with, and I have a strict (but reasonable) set of criteria that needs to be met in order for us to proceed:

  1. You need to have a strong reason WHY you want to make these changes in your life.

This offer is for people who are committed to better their health so they can stick around and create beautiful memories with their loved ones. If this is you then let’s talk.

But, if you’re looking for a ‘magic pill’ or an overnight ‘quick fix’ – no offence, this is not for you.

  1. You MUST be an action taker who follows directions. That means you’re coachable, decisive, and resourceful. (Don’t worry – we won’t ask you to do anything weird.)

If you like to “kick tires” or sign up for things and not follow through, this is NOT for you.

Maintaining a 100% client success rate is VERY important to me. Please be someone who doesn’t mess around and is serious about results.

That’s it – if you meet BOTH of those requirements, we’re good.

Here’s What I Want You to Do Next:

If you meet the criteria above, and you’d like to talk about getting some incredible results with your health, then I’ll happily set aside some time for you.

Here’s what to do next:

Head over to https://hearthealthtips.com/talk and you’ll see our calendar. Grab whatever appointment time that works for you.

Then you’ll be taken to our quick application form. It’s very fast and easy. I just need to know what your current health situation is and what you want to accomplish.

That’s it!

The initial call will go 45-60 minutes, and it will be the BEST time you have ever spent on your health.

WARNING – Limited space!

It’s physically impossible for me to work with more than a handful of people, so it is FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

If you feel like this is the right opportunity for you, CLICK HERE, leave your application, and let’s talk!

Talk soon,

Erez Avramov


Video Transcript


Approximately 7 million people around the world die from heart attacks every year, and cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack? Like all muscles, the heart needs oxygen, and during a heart attack, it can’t get enough. Fatty deposits, or plaques, develop on the walls of our coronary arteries. Those are the vessels that supply oxygenated blood to the heart. These plaques grow as we age, sometimes getting chunky, hardened, or enflamed. Eventually, the plaques can turn into blockages. If one of the plaques ruptures or cracks, a blood clot will form around it in minutes, and a partially closed artery can become completely blocked. Blood flow is cut off to the cardiac muscle and the oxygen-starved cells start to die within several minutes. This is a myocardial infarction, or heart attack. Things can rapidly deteriorate in the absence of treatment. The injured muscle may not be able to pump blood as well, and its rhythm might be thrown off. In the worst case scenario, a heart attack can cause sudden death. And how do you know that someone is having a heart attack? The most common symptom is chest pain caused by the oxygen-deprived heart muscle. Patients describe it as crushing or vice-like. It can radiate to the left arm, jaw, back, or abdomen. But it’s not always as sudden and dramatic as it is in the movies. Some people experience nausea or shortness of breath. Symptoms may be less prominent in women and the elderly. For them, weakness and tiredness may be the main signal. And surprisingly, in many people, especially those with diabetes, which affects the nerves that carry pain, a heart attack may be silent. If you think that someone might be having a heart attack, the most important thing is to respond quickly. If you have access to emergency medical services, call them. They’re the fastest way to get to a hospital. Taking aspirin, which thins the blood, and nitroglycerin, which opens up the artery, can help keep the heart attack from getting worse. In the emergency room, doctors can diagnose a heart attack. They commonly use an electrocardiogram to measure the heart’s electrical activity and a blood test to assess heart muscle damage. The patient is then taken to a high-tech cardiac suite where tests are done to locate the blockages. Cardiologists can reopen the blocked artery by inflating it with a balloon in a procedure called an angioplasty. Frequently, they also insert a metal or polymer stent that will hold the artery open. More extensive blockages might require coronary artery bypass surgery. Using a piece of vein or artery from another part of the body, heart surgeons can reroute blood flow around the blockage. These procedures reestablish circulation to the cardiac muscle, restoring heart function. Heart attack treatment is advancing, but prevention is vital. Genetics and lifestyle factors both affect your risk. And the good news is that you can change your lifestyle. Exercise, a healthy diet, and weight loss all lower the risk of heart attacks, whether you’ve had one before or not. Doctors recommend exercising a few times a week, doing both aerobic activity and strength training. A heart-healthy diet is low in sugar and saturated fats, which are both linked to heart disease. So what should you eat? Lots of fiber from vegetables, chicken and fish instead of red meat, whole grains and nuts like walnuts and almonds all seem to be beneficial. A good diet and exercise plan can also keep your weight in a healthy range, which will lower your heart attack risk as well. And of course, medications can also help prevent heart attacks. Doctors often prescribe low-dose aspirin, for example, particularly for patients who’ve already had a heart attack and for those known to be at high risk. And drugs that help manage risk factors, like high blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes, will make heart attacks less likely, too. Heart attacks may be common, but they don’t have to be inevitable. A healthy diet, avoiding tobacco use, staying fit, and enjoying plenty of sleep and lots of laughter all go a long way in making sure your body’s most important muscle keeps on beating.