I am excited to be able to offer this interactive webinar, not only to dispel the myths associated with cholesterol health, but to provide people with the guidance they need to make informed decisions about their overall heart health.
Potomac, MD (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Healthy Directions, LLC, today announced that its expert, and widely recognized, integrative cardiologist, Stephen Sinatra, MD, is hosting a free interactive heart health webinar on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Registration for the webinar is available at http://bit.ly/sinatrawebinarpr.
In the one-hour webinar, titled “The Great Cholesterol Myth—Debunked! What you really need to know to protect your heart,” Dr. Sinatra will explain why cholesterol isn’t the villain that many people think it is and unveil the real causes of heart disease. He will also discuss the truth about statin drugs and outline his top recommendations for maintaining heart health naturally.
“I am excited to be able to offer this interactive webinar, not only to dispel the myths associated with cholesterol health, but to provide people with the guidance they need to make informed decisions about their overall heart health,” says Dr. Stephen Sinatra.
Upon registering, all attendees will receive Dr. Sinatra’s list of the tests that are better indicators of heart-health risk than cholesterol numbers. Registrants will be able to ask cholesterol health questions during the webinar, and a compilation of the questions and answers will be distributed after it has concluded.
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About Healthy Directions
Healthy Directions, LLC, a leading health publisher and direct-to-consumer retailer of doctor-formulated nutritional supplements and skincare products, is dedicated to helping people lead healthier, happier lives. Healthy Directions provides expert guidance and advanced nutritional supplements from America’s most knowledgeable and highly respected integrative and alternative health doctors including Julian Whitaker, MD, Dr. David Williams, Stephen Sinatra, MD, Susan Lark, MD, Aaron Tabor, MD, Richard Wurtman, MD, and Joseph Pergolizzi, Jr., MD.