Did you know that nearly half of the heart attacks experienced will be silent? That means few identifiable symptoms -- or no symptoms at all -- to clue you in to this serious health event.
Carbohydrate loading (aka carb-loading) is often used by athletes to maximize the amount of fuel stored in muscle so the energy needed is readily available for use during workouts or competitions. But do the risks of this practice outweigh the benefits carb-loading can bring?
A heart attack is a medical emergency. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, someone in the United States has a heart attack every 43 seconds and every 60 seconds someone dies due to a heart disease-related event.
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