Oftentimes, my clients are confused about what their blood work means and rely on physicians to tell them if they are meeting their health goals - which unfortunately leads to many things unnoticed until they present with a heart disease complication.
We know that plaque formation in the arteries is brewed and ignited by multiple factors. By addressing certain blood tests we can help prevent plaque formation to even begin. Knowing and optimizing blood sugar, cholesterol, and lipids, and addressing insulin resistance and inflammation can protect your blood vessels and heart health.
I frequently get asked to define what blood tests I am referring to, what they mean, and what the optimal ranges are for heart health and heart disease prevention.
In this course, we review these answers together.
I want to give you the first thing needed in implementing a more proactive approach to reduce your risk of heart attacks and strokes.
I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and I specialize in heart disease management and prevention through science based nutrition.
While practicing for over 10 years, I have reviewed thousands of client’s laboratory parameters, and each time my clients’ learn something new about their results. Typically, people rely on their physician to inform them about whether their labs are atypical or normal, and do not ask follow up questions.
I have frequently seen clients, retrospectively to a heart attack, start to question the red flags within their past labs that could have indicated and help prevent a cardiovascular event. The non-proactive approach can increase your risk of heart disease because not knowing can cause silent damage leading to plaque formation and extra strain on your blood vessels and heart.
I want you to take a proactive approach in your care, and this course helps you begin. In this course, I give you the tools you need to jumpstart your heart health journey - know your numbers, understand their meaning, and become an active participant in your care!
“It is interesting how even my cardiologist didn’t request the advanced testing that Michelle suggests. When I brought it to his attention, he agreed that they were necessary! Thank you Michelle for sharing this vital information so I can be more proactive in my health.”
“Wow, I looked through my past 3 years of blood work trends, as Michelle suggested, and my values have all been elevated and the doctor never told me! I am planning to start Michelle’s 6 week group program to get these levels under control. Thank you!”
“This course made me feel more confident in my health journey! Knowing my numbers has a whole new meaning! Michelle shares invaluable information. Highly recommend.”
“I knew I had inflammation in my body because my joints were stiff when I woke up, but I never knew how to test it. This course provided me with the information to get further tested to better guide my doctor and dietitian to answers I was looking for for a while. Great course!”
“Having taken this course allowed me to request several tests that my doctor wouldn’t have tested for my heart. Knowledge is power. Highly recommend everyone who doesn't know what tests to ask their doctor for or how to read their blood work to take this course.”
Disclaimer: This course is general information, and not intended for individual diagnosis. Please consult with your physician and registered dietitian for personal care. Due to the immediate access to course materials, this course is final sale, no refunds or exchange.