Heart attacks could be predicted YEARS in advance as study shows people with high calcium levels in the aorta are up to four times more likely be struck down | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Heart attacks could be predicted YEARS in advance as study shows people with high calcium levels in the aorta are up to four times more likely be struck down

Heart attacks could be predicted years in advance - via a simple X-ray, according to new research.

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Vitamin K-2

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Recent research suggests Vitamin K-2 (along with other fat-soluble vitamins) works to direct calcium out of the arteries and into the bones and teeth. One of the best sources of Vitamin K-2: butter from the milk of grass-fed cows.

Dr. Weston Price had stumbled upon this about eighty years ago, but had not identified the vitamin.

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