This hidden cause of heart attacks is common and not talked about enough. Learn more.
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0:00 Introduction: Cardiovascular disease and heart attacks
0:20 Cardiovascular disease explained
3:17 A hidden cause of heart attacks
7:53 Other potential causes of heart attacks
10:45 Heart attack prevention
11:54 Learn more about how to support the heart!
Heart disease is the leading cause of death globally. Today we’re going to talk about a common cause of heart attacks you may have never considered before.
The heart is constantly working. Death from a heart attack is caused by the heart muscle malfunctioning due to a lack of oxygen. Any muscle, including the heart, needs a lot of oxygen to work.
Too much of a certain enzyme called lactate causes lactic acid, which causes your pH to be more acidic, and you can run out of air quickly.
Lactate ultimately comes from burning glucose (sugar) as fuel. Elevated glucose from a high-sugar or high-carb diet is bad for your triglycerides, cholesterol, and your overall heart health.
Adrenaline, caused by stress, also raises your glucose leading to lactic acid and a lack of oxygen, affecting the heart.
Chronic stress can also increase LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Adrenaline and cortisol can have this effect even in people with low blood sugar levels.
Other potential causes of increased lactic acid and risk for heart attacks:
• Smoking and vaping
• Tylenol poisoning
• Cyanide poisoning
• Certain medications
• Vitamin B1 deficiency
• Vitamin B12 deficiency
How to lower adrenaline and support the heart:
1. Reduce stress triggers
2. Try intermittent high-intensity exercise with a lot of rest in-between and take long walks in nature
3. Avoid sugar (get on the ketogenic diet)
4. Take vitamin B1
5. Take vitamin E (tocotrienols)
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of this common cause of heart attacks. I’ll see you in the next video.