Your heart health is very important. Having a healthy, happy heart is vital for optimal wellness. At Stepping Stone Health, we take a PROACTIVE and PREVENTATIVE approach to your heart health. Unfortunately, so many people are walking around without knowing their risk for the development of heart disease and, all too often, the first sign of heart disease is a heart attack. That is why during the month of February we are offering you an opportunity to see how “happy” your heart is!
Despite what we know about the benefits of exercise and quality nutrition, cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, remains the leading cause of death globally. In fact, there is a good chance you know someone close to you with heart disease because, in the United States, someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds!
Because heart disease is so prevalent, we believe in knowing your risk. Knowledge is power! If you know your risk, you can then do something to improve it. We want to help you prevent the development of heart disease and we feel that offering a Boston Heart evaluation is a way to do that. So for a limited time, we are offering a discounted Boston Heart evaluation along with a brief consultation with Dr. Djenge to review your results. The testing includes a comprehensive look at your lipids (cholesterol), inflammation, and metabolic markers that will also detect your risk of developing diabetes for ONLY $150, that’s a savings of $50!
Hurry, you must purchase by March 2, 2020!
What is American Heart Month?
American Heart Month is a federally designated event that occurs every year during the month of February to raise awareness of heart health. In recognition of American Heart Month, we are offering a lab evaluation so that you can KNOW YOUR RISK of Heart Disease.
Once you buy the package, stop by the office to pick up your Boston Heart Lab requisition. The lab requisition can then be taken to Any Lab Test Now to have your blood drawn. Once your results are in, we will schedule a visit to have you discuss your results with Dr. Djenge.
- In a 70-year lifetime, an average human heart beats more than 2.5 billion times.
- The average heart pumps 2,000 gallons of blood per day!