These tips will prevent heart disease and help you live longer

Dr. Michael Twyman is a board-certified cardiologist who focuses on the prevention and early detection of heart disease. Dr. Twyman completed his cardiovascular training at St Louis University after he completed a 4-year active duty tour as an internist atNaval Hospital Beaufort. He has been in private practice since 2012. Heart Attack Prevention is his passion. He utilizes the best of conventional medicine, integrative/functional medicine, quantum medicine, and biohacking to get to the root cause of the patient’s cardiovascular issues.

In this episode we discuss:
– What you can do to prevent heart attacks
– How to optimize your mitochondria so you can live longer and healthier
– Why Doctors don’t do enough preventative work
– Does too much artificial light affect your heart?

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