Fact: 1 out of 3 Americans On Average Will Die From Cardiovascular Disease BUT THEIR IS HOPE…

Fact: 1 out of 3 Americans on average will die from cardiovascular disease, that’s over 900.000 people a year and 2,500 people per day. Now! For many of those people who will die from a heart attack or stroke will not suffer any symptoms of this disease, that’s why Doctors call it the “Silent Killer.”


Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol are just a few of the diseases that are at an all time high, it is an epidemic in our nation also. People are suffering disease like, Obesity, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Allergies, Auto Immune Diseases, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Depression, these diseases are brought on by our modern demands of the environment today. Many of us have jobs standing on your feet in a limited space for 8 to 10 hours day or in the office, behind desk, on the phone or behind key boards in a cubicle which the opportunity to exercise properly is just not their.


Think about it, what is your lifestyle like?  Are you getting enough sleep in your life? How are your stress levels? Do you eat enough fruits and vegetable? Do you drink enough water or get that exercise? I really hope that you are but if you are like most of us, chances are that you are not nearly getting enough of a good diet or in your life.


So, what my wife and I want to talk about today is hope and the ability to overcome these challenges and bring back health, to bring back the vitality to the human body. You know the human body is an amazing God given gift to both men and women, When it gets what it needs to function right it can do remarkable things, it has the ability to heal itself. How? I glad you asked. Set back and enjoy this video presentation Let Talk on the over side.



 Our mission is to “Save A Heart A Day” and together we can save millions.


God Bless You and To The Your Families Health


 Deacon Ron Gray


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