If you're a woman with a personal or family history of heart disease, don't assume your heart health is completely out of your hands.

And don't assume you "don't need to worry about heart disease" because you're a woman with no family or personal history.

In this podcast, genneve Director of Health, ob/gyn Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, interviews one of Seattle's leading cardiologists, Dr. Sarah Speck, on ways to improve your heart health, starting right now, today.

Know your risk factors (preeclampsia can be a risk factor for future heart disease – who knew?) and how to manage them (losing 10% of your body weight if you're overweight can substantially reduce impacts on heart health). 

Also, if you're considering HRT to manage perimenopause and menopause symptoms, what are the implications for your heart? 

Take 15 minutes to listen; it could change your life.

Are you concerned about your risk of heart disease? Or are you already taking steps to reduce your risk and be healthier overall? Share your strategies with us and the genneve community; join the conversation thread on heart healt in genneve's community forums; chat with us on the genneve Facebook page, or join Midlife & Menopause Solutions, our closed Facebook group!


Shannon Perry

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