Oct 9, 2018

Heart Attack, Stroke & Diabetes Prevention FREE Meeting on 10-18-18




We are Hosting a FREE information meeting for you, your spouse, and EVERYONE you would like to help who has a family history of or wants to prevent a heart attack, stroke, or diabetes.


When: Thursday, 10/18/18, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at Bloomington Country Club in the Belmont Room

Speakers include:


Dr Craig Backs, MD, of Springfield, IL, www.thecenterforprevention.com, who is a BaleDoneen trained physician in Heart Attack & Stroke & Diabetes prevention, will speak from 6:30pm to 7:00pm.



Dr Chris Kammer, DDS, Founding Father of the “American Academy for Oral Systemic Health” (AAOSH) www.AAOSH.org, the leading organization in how oral health affects total body health, will speak from 7:00pm to 7:30pm.


Q&A time will follow until all questions are answered.


What is BaleDoneen?

Dr Brad Bale and Dr Amy Doneen www.BaleDoneen.com teach physicians and dentists all over the country how to collaborate to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes – both physicians and dentists are integral to this!  The BaleDoneen method for cardiovascular prevention is 20 years ahead of the preventive care you are likely now receiving – your current doctors are NOT doing this. We so much appreciate the physicians, cardiologists, and surgeons who are treating these events so well after they happen, but what we also need is physicians and dentists who collaborate to PREVENT these events in the first place!!!


Regarding dental, 5 PERIODONTAL bacteria are CAUSATIVE of cardiovascular disease, every bit as much as lipids, cholesterol, blood pressure, pre-diabetes, and the other MAJOR causes. PERIAPICAL ABSCESSED TEETH are the final trigger in as many as 50% or more of heart attacks! Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a root cause of cardiovascular disease, and some dentists actively screen and treat this. Many dentists screen blood pressure, other risk factors, and select biomarkers to help our patients at the request of our medical colleagues.    


Heart attack has remained the #1 killer since 1900. Stroke is still the #1 cause of disability. We too often see patients, relatives, and friends who are affected by these tragedies, and they do not need to be - these are largely PREVENTABLE! It is so sad to see people who could have prevented these tragedies if they only had the information! We saw three just last week.


To help prevent the extreme tragedy of a heart attack or stroke or diabetes for yourself, your family, or your friends, please join us for this meeting - and bring them. These cardiovascular events don’t need to happen!


Please reply to us if you are coming, and how many are coming with you, so we can plan properly.

Reply by email to [email protected], or by phone at 309-663-4711.