Dr Pam Popper: Early Warning Signs of Heart Disease; Is It Possible to Exercise Too Much?

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Even a little bit of plaque significantly increases the risk of heart attack and death – here’s some motivation for improving your diet now!

And, in case you are wondering, there is no such thing as exercising too much; the risk is in staying sedentary.

Dr Pam Popper: Early Warning Signs of Heart Disease; Is It Possible to Exercise Too Much?

Even a little bit of plaque significantly increases the risk of heart attack and death – here’s some motivation for improving your diet now!

And, in case you are wondering, there is no such thing as exercising too much; the risk is in staying sedentary.

12 thoughts on “Dr Pam Popper: Early Warning Signs of Heart Disease; Is It Possible to Exercise Too Much?

  1. Dr. Pam ROCKS! She is the real deal, I can wholeheartedly trust the
    information she shares. She genuinely cares about the welfare of the health
    of every person individually. Grateful to have such an amazing resource. 

    1. Plant based magic. Take a look at Mimi Kirk. She’s in her 70’s but you
      wouldn’t know by looking at her :)

    1. The complete explanation cannot be condensed into a format like this; the
      short version is that when on adopts a Wellness Forum style diet, the
      deposition of plaque stops, the existing volatile plaques flatten and the
      caps become stable reducing the risk of rupture, and the endothelial cells
      lining the blood vessels begun returning to normal and producing nitric
      oxide. For more detail about this and other issues, you may want to
      consider taking some of our classes!

  2. Totally agree with the need to exercise but there is a major researcher out
    there who discusses extensively that modest exercise offers more health
    benefits than “marathon” type programs. More is always better? Anyway. I’ll
    post that if I can relocated it. 

    1. At this point one can find a study to support almost anything, and people
      tend to look for studies that give them “permission” to do many things –
      like exercise less, drink wine moderately, and remain overweight. But more
      exercise is better, just as more dietary compliance is better.

    2. Got it. I changed my mind about this recently, so maybe you’ll influence me
      to change back from the idea that there’s an optimal amount of exercise
      (it’s very hard and rare to do too much). Just need to relocate the report
      I saw recently.

  3. Bought a treadmill a few weeks ago as I seem to watch a lot of TV. So I put
    the treadmill in front of the TV. Just use it for walking, but at least I
    am moving more than I used to :) 

  4. I never thought I would say this but I really miss it if my husband and I
    can’t get to our gym three times per week. We’ve been going 4 years now
    (since we both retired) and we’ve met some really terrific people, kept our
    weight down and are both very active. And it’s not a fancy, expensive
    gym…Planet Fitness…only costs us $10 each a month. So no excuses…try
    it and you’ll find you actually like it! Thanks for “nagging” us, Dr.
    Popper :-)

  5. my dad was a hard core athlete his whole life: running, cycling, hiking. He
    was is AWESOME shape. He went on a hike one day, fell down and died.
    Autopsy report said he died of “sudden cardiac death”. His heart was
    enlarged- the heart is a muscle and all the exercise made this muscle
    bigger. I really believe he exercised himself to death. The ironic thing,
    was the same thing happened to my dad’s HEART DOCTOR! The doctor went out
    for a jog one day with his daughter, and died of sudden cardiac death!

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