Some of you, like me, deal with various health challenges in your own lives or in the lives of those you love. I have struggled with heart disease and diabetes for 20 years. I also have the added burden of peripheral neuropathy. I feel compelled to share with you something that has actually worked to improve my health in a major way. I didn’t think this was possible.
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One close friend asked me recently, “Scot, you’ve been through these heart episodes, you have Type 2 diabetes, you have been challenged with neuropathy and other obstacles. What do you do to keep the pace that you keep? How do you do it all?” In this very brief article I will share with you eight things I always do for my health—My eight secrets (but I’m perfectly willing to share)—all in trying to answer the question of my close friend.
After publishing my health article yesterday about my own journey and all that I had been through, I had numerous questions about myself and the product I am using called Cardio Miracle. Please note: I am not a doctor, but I do know a lot about my own body, way more than any healthcare professional—just like you should about yours.
I got the call on a Saturday evening that you never want to get: “Scot, Dad’s had a major heart attack. He’s in intensive care at Utah Valley Medical Center. You probably ought to come right now.” This would only be the tip of the iceberg of a night that would change my life forever.