Simple Heart Test

Renowned Cardiologist Pleads for Your Immediate Support . . .

"Please — Won't You Help Me
and All America Stop Needless
Deaths From Heart Disease?"

Costs You Nothing . . .

Takes Only 2 Minutes . . .

Could Even Save Your Life . . .

Click Here Now to Help! Dear Friend,

I'm writing you today because I need a little favor.

And I must also share with you that I'm writing this note for both personal and professional reasons, as I'll explain.

Rest assured, it costs you nothing and takes only about two minutes. That's why I call it a "little" favor. Plus, it's in your best interests.

However, I don't consider it "little" in terms of its importance. And frankly, I need your help to make it happen.

I'll tell you all about it, but first allow me to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Chauncey Crandall.

I'm a heart specialist.

Being in the trenches daily, I see the triumphs of helping people just like you recover from heart-related illness. I also see the tragedies of a disease that can rob you of your vitality, even your life.

Now let me get to it . . .

February is American Heart Health Month.

In fact, each president since 1963 has proclaimed February American Heart Health Month in order to help raise public awareness of heart disease.

And while we've made some gains, heart disease is still America's No.1 killer of both men and women.

Straight Talk About Heart Disease

Scary fact: Nearly half of those who die from heart attacks each year NEVER show prior symptoms of heart disease.

That means millions of Americans suffer from heart disease right now — and don't even know it.

I don't want to see you or those you care about adding to these statistics . . .

That's why I developed a quick online test to help you determine your own risk for heart disease.

And I have set a lofty goal to have 50,000 people take this test during American Heart Health Month.

So you see, I can't do it without your help. Here's why should you participate.

Find Out Your Own Heart Health 'I.Q.'

By taking just two minutes to complete my FREE Simple Heart Test, you'll discover:

  • Your risk for developing heart disease . . .
  • Special foods you need to protect your heart . . .
  • How your family's history of heart disease shapes your future . . .
  • Whether you're getting enough exercise to strengthen your heart . . .
  • Your body mass index — the percentage of your weight in relation to your height (and what this means to your heart health) . . .
  • Plus much, much more . . .

And you'll get your results almost instantly.

Best of all, taking this quick FREE test means you're taking a crucial step to reduce your risk of becoming a victim of a heart attack.

That's important, because knowing your risk for heart disease gives you a powerful starting point to prevent — even reverse — this life-threatening condition.

Meeting This Goal for American Heart
Health Month Requires Your Help

America's a great country. We know how to do our part.

And if 50,000 people take the Simple Heart Test, I know in my own heart lives will be saved. What if that life was yours — or someone you love?

I can't tell you how much your participation in meeting this goal means to me.

Can I count on you? Click here now. . .

Your ally in saving lives from America's No.1 killer,

Chauncey W. Crandall
Chauncey W. Crandall
M.D., F.A.C.C.

P.S.: One more thing I almost forgot to mention . . . I said I also had a personal reason for writing. If you don't know my history, I suffered a near-fatal heart attack at the age of 48. Being a heart specialist didn't make me immune to heart disease. And you're not immune, either — please be proactive, starting today.

Thanks so much for reading my letter — I know you'll want to be a part of this effort to save lives.

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Disclaimer: All information and results from the Simple Heart Test are for information purposes only. The information is not specific medical advice for any individual. The results received from taking the Simple Heart Test should not substitute for medical advice from a health professional. If you have a known heart problem or heart disease, speak to your doctor or a health professional immediately about your risk.