Say you begin with a CT heart scan score of 400.
You correct your lipoprotein pattterns, take fish oil, correct 25-OH-vitamin D3 to 50 ng/ml, correct your other hidden patterns, follow a diet suited to your patterns.
One year later, you get another heart scan. What score would constitute "success"?
With all of our recent talk about record-setting reductions in heart scan scores, is it really necessary to drop your score that much to succeed?
For instance, is our latest record-setting 63% drop in score better than "only" a 10% drop in score? Both represent reversal of coronary plaque. Both signify huge reductions in risk for plaque rupture, or heart attack.
You can read about how we view the various forms of success in the program by reading our latest Track Your Plaque Special Report, Winning Your Personal War with Heart Disease: The Track Your Plaque 5 Stages of Success .
We are making the Report available to everyone. Just go to the www.healthcare.gov homepage.