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Women With Early Onset Pre-Eclampsia May Have Higher Risk Of Heart Problems After Giving Birth, Study Finds.

September 19, 2017

Women With Early Onset Pre-Eclampsia May Have Higher Risk Of Heart Problems After Giving Birth, Study Finds.
https://consumer.healthday.com/cardiovascular-health-information-20/misc-stroke-related-heart-news-360/early-onset-of-pregnancy-complication-may-raise-heart-risks-726376.html
Here is another example where medicine still has not embraced causation. Insulin resistance is the underlying cause of pre-eclampsia and the cause of heart disease. Again, there is no surprise here, that women with the most severe form of pre-eclampsia would have a much higher risk of heart disease after the pregnancy. Women that pursue a ketogenic diet in pregnancy will have an extremely low risk of hypertension in pregnancy. It’s a simple measure of prevention.
 
Michael D. Fox, MD
Jacksonville Center
Reproductive Medicine
jcrm.org

   
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