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VIDEO: Reality Check

VIDEO: Reality Check

Did you know that the average Medicare recipient is currently consuming an average of 1620 prescribed pills a year?

Those pills are not zero costs

What would happened if we took 300 of those pills and changed it to an apple? I would tell you that's a much less expensive intervention. 

And that apple has multiple benefits beyond the one thing that the pill is trying to solve. When you eat right you're eating to lower cholesterol, to lower blood pressure, to improve weight. So you have a multitude of benefits related to changing food as opposed to adding pill, after pill, after pill. 

So it could be a huge impact on not just cost, but frankly, quality of life. Who wants to be taking 1620 pills a year? 

Learn more about Dr. Klodas' mission to reduce statin use here

And if you want some help improving your quality of life take a look at this blog that shares how a plant based diet can improve heart health and longevity.

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