Hello, my name is Carrie Tucker, and I am the founder of Heart Failure Solutions.
I’ve been a respiratory therapist since 1985.
For 2 decades I’ve seen an increasing number of people coming to me for help with undiagnosed heart failure or signs of cardiac stress promising to cause them heart disease in their very near future.
It’s difficult to warn someone of an issue their doctor says they don’t need to worry about.
If your doctor gives you a clean bill of health, why worry about heart failure?
Since an epidemic of heart failure is sweeping the planet and much of it is undiagnosed until patients are fighting for their lives in the emergency room, it behooves you to consider the fact that you might be ignoring important symptoms of life threatening illness!
Heart disease is NOT a plumbing problem!
Heart disease IS a disease of the circulating blood.
Dirty-gummy-sticky blood is what makes you sick! In fact, one out of every four Americans will die of heart disease this year. Yucky blood is killing a whole lot of people on this planet!
So, what do you do about dirty blood?
If you put your trust in a typical US doctor, you drug your symptoms, roto-root your coronary arteries, and when necessary slice and dice to “plumb” around clogged vessels.
Cracking your sternum to insert a vein cut from your leg is a temporary fix at best. You can plan on a repeat visit to your friendly neighborhood hospital in 10 years for more of the same, IF you survive that long.
Drugging your cholesterol will NOT reduce your risk of death and appears to cause plenty of harm! Science is showing that Statins, cholesterol lowering medication, cause exercise intolerance and increase your “risk of diabetes”!
Dr. Julian Whitaker credits Statins with CAUSING the epidemic of heart failure ravaging the planet today. If you can’t recover from activity then activity isn’t healthy. Unhealthy blood sugar and insulin resistance is part of what fuels the flames of inflammation that take you to heart disease in all its forms.
Do you want to reduce your risk of death?
Is maintaining your quality of life important to you?
Are you able to enjoy your favorite hobbies?
Do you spend enough time with the people you love?
Do you want to travel?
Sometimes life gets in the way of what’s really important.
Are you too busy to worry about your health?
Do you tell yourself, “I’m fine.” ?
That statement then turns into, “I’m just getting old.”
When you excuse away your symptoms and get use to your chronic pain … you still think you are “fine”.
Everyone you know takes prescription drugs, right?
If health were “mind over matter”, denial would make you feel great!
Welcome to Heart Failure Solutions!