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The Facts About Fatty Acids
  3/6/2009
  Essential fatty acids play important roles in growth, development, heart health, and brain function. But scientists disagree about how to incorporate these nutrients into our diet. Here are some facts that can help make sense of the science.
 
Stroke Symptoms and How to Minimize the Damage From a Stroke
  2/26/2009
  When stroke symptoms occur, quick action is vital. Learn what you can do to get the proper care and minimize damage. Preventing stroke is largely a matter of healthy living and having regular check-ups, but adding certain supplements to your diet may also help prevent the condition.
 
Healthy Ways to Reduce Inflammation
  2/19/2009
  Inflammation is central to the development of cardiovascular disease. Learn about some healthier ways to reduce inflammation, rather than resorting to statin drugs.
 
Lower Cholesterol Naturally, Advanced Natural Medicine Bulletin
  2/2/2009
  Having higher than normal cholesterol levels doesn’t automatically mean you need to take statin drugs for the rest of your life. Simply making some changes to your lifestyle can bring those numbers down.
 
Healthy Diet
  1/12/2009
  Learn about some healthy eating habits and nutritional supplements that can help ward off heart disease even before it takes hold.
 
Stroke Risk Factors
  12/8/2008
  New research has found five alterable lifestyle factors that can significantly reduce your risk of suffering a stroke. Ensuring an adequate intake of specific nutrients can also help reduce your stroke risk.
 
Vitamin D Deficiency
  11/20/2008
  A new study reveals that men with a vitamin D deficiency have a greater risk of having a heart attack than those with adequate levels.
 
Salt's Impact on Blood Pressure
  11/10/2008
  High blood pressure has become a serious health risk – so serious that it’s been dubbed “the silent killer.” Learn about some simple lifestyle changes that can make a huge difference.
 
Resveratrol- beneficial effects of red wine
  11/7/2008
  Research shows that resveratrol – a polyphenol found in red grapes – is good for your heart and can help you live longer.
 
Arterial Health and Natto
  10/9/2008
  The Japanese have been eating their way to arterial health for thousands of years. Learn about their secret weapon – a fermented soy product called natto.
 
Lowering Homocysteine Levels with Vitamin B
  9/15/2008
  A study on B vitamins published by JAMA has left some people wondering whether or not to take these three nutrients.
 
Chronic Inflammation and Aging
  9/8/2008
  Chronic inflammation plays a role in all the diseases associated with aging. Here’s what you can do to tame and even prevent simmering inflammation from provoking these ailments.
 
Heart Attack Prevention
  9/3/2008
  New evidence points to a link between low vitamin D levels and the risk of dying from a heart attack.
 
Brain Foods
  7/28/2008
  Eating junk food and red meat does more than just wreak havoc with your waistline. Research suggests that diets loaded with cholesterol and saturated fat are also bad for your brain.
 
Healthier You-Guggul Studies
  7/3/2008
  Statin drugs used for lowering cholesterol can have serious side effects. It’s far better to lower your cholesterol through diet, exercise and supplements like guggul.
 
Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease
  6/23/2008
  The best way to reduce your risk of heart disease is to modify your diet, lose weight, exercise and quit smoking. But there are other things you can do, too.
 
Natural Cholesterol Therapies
  6/16/2008
  Unless you have astronomical cholesterol levels or are at high risk of heart disease, always try Mother Nature’s therapies first.
 
Health Effects of Chocolate
  2/6/2008
  Some health myths about chocolate are exaggerated or simply aren’t true. Let’s set the record straight about this dark object of our desire.
 
Dangers of Trans Fat
  12/7/2007
  Sometimes unhealthy levels of triglycerides build up in the blood, raising the possibility of heart attack and stroke, among other health risks.
 
Green Tea Benefits- Heart Health, Cancer Prevention, Anti-Aging
  10/12/2007
  Green tea has many health benefits. It can help you live longer, maintain a healthy weight and reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer.
 
Functional Foods
  9/27/2007
  Soda, diet or otherwise, is never a good option – even if it is fortified. If you’re in the market for functional foods, don’t forget the ones created by Mother Nature.
 
Trans Fat's Effect on Heart Health
  8/24/2007
  The Institute of Medicine has declared that there is NO safe amount of trans fat in the diet – and not just because of its effect on heart health.
 
Heart Disease Risk Factors
  8/17/2007
  Women are at special risk when they have a heart attack because the symptoms are often deceptively mild. Learn what to look for, and how to help prevent a heart attack from occurring.
 
Soy Protein helps Lower Blood Pressure
  6/18/2007
  Learn how a few small tweaks in your diet can help boost heart health and reduce the risk of heart disease. They don’t require a huge learning curve or lifestyle change.
 
Preventing Cardiovascular Disease in Women
  5/17/2007
  The American Heart Association’s recently updated guidelines emphasize that heart-related diseases aren’t just a man’s concern anymore. Don’t become one of the statistics.
 
Healthy Fats in Fish for Cardivascular Disease
  2/6/2007
  Recent studies confirm that the omega-3 fatty acids in fish lower the risk of all kinds of heart disease. When it comes to the heart healthy benefits of fish, the more the better.
 
Effects of Stress
  2/27/2006
  Chronic stress that seems to permeate everyday life can have a negative impact on your heart. Studies show that relaxation techniques are highly effective for treating chronic stress.
 
Risk Factors that Contribute to an Unhealthy Heart
  2/20/2006
  Cholesterol provides only one measure of potential heart disease. There are many risk factors that contribute to an unhealthy heart.
 
Heart Healthy Benefits of Fish
  2/16/2006
  Recent studies confirm that one way to lower the risk of all kinds of heart disease is with fish. When it comes to the healthy fats in fish, known as omega-3 fatty acids, the more the better.
 
Lowering Your Risk for Stroke
  2/6/2006
  Spotting a stroke in the making is hard, even for doctors. Thanks to a new study in the British medical journal The Lancet, warding off a stroke may be easier than you think.
 
Cholesterol Reducer- Policosanol, Fenugreek, Ginger
  1/30/2006
  Fenugreek and ginger are two natural supplements that can help reduce cholesterol levels. You’ll get even better results if you team them up with a healthy diet and exercise.
 
The Lowdown On Cholesterol
  10/14/2005
  Researchers have found yet another potential problem with widely prescribed statin drugs. Although you shouldn’t ignore unhealthy cholesterol levels, statins aren’t the answer!
 
Mediterranean Diet, Olive Oil, Whole Grains
  10/3/2005
  Adopting a Mediterranean diet doesn’t require moving to Greece or Tuscany. By making a few simple changes, you can partake in the same heart-healthy benefits.
 
NORVIT Study and Homocysteine Levels
  9/13/2005
  Everyone is vulnerable to high homocysteine since levels increase with age. The most effective way to reduce homocysteine levels is to eat a diet rich in folic acid, B-6 and B-12.
 
Problems With Statin Drugs
  6/9/2005
  The American Heart Association has finally admitted that Crestor (a.k.a. rosuvastatin) is the most dangerous drug in a class of drugs littered with side effects.
 
Dental Health-Periodontal Disease
  5/26/2005
  According to two recent studies, the amount of bacteria hiding deep in periodontal pockets and around the teeth can increase your chances of having a heart attack.
 
Preventing Heart Attacks- Stents, Bypass Surgery, EDTA Chelation
  1/27/2005
  Studies show that a powerful way to prevent heart attacks is rooted in lifestyle changes such as giving up smoking, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, and preventing blood cclots.
 
Antioxidants in Wine- Health Benefits of Wine
  4/29/2004
  Recent studies have found that resveratrol - the potent antioxidant found in grapes, red wine, peanuts and berries - may be heart-protective.
 
Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs
  3/5/2004
  While statins do lower LDL cholesterol levels, some researchers question whether these drugs can really save your life – as their manufacturers would have you believe.
 
No Healthy Amount of Trans Fats
  11/11/2003
  Even if you’re conscientious about maintaining a healthy diet, you’re probably harboring hidden dangers right in your own pantry. Learn why there are NO safe amounts of trans fats.
 
Heart Attack Symptoms
  11/7/2003
  A new study by the University of Arkansas has found that severe chest pain, long considered the classic symptom of a heart attack, is notably absent in women.
 
Statin Industry and Statin Drugs
  9/10/2003
  Statin drugs used for lowering cholesterol can have serious side effects. It’s far better to lower your cholesterol through diet, exercise and supplements like guggul.
 
Anti-Inflammatory Diet
  7/25/2003
  There are a number of studies about C-Reactive Protein (CRP) – an important risk factor for heart disease. If your levels are elevated, take action now to reduce low-level inflammation.
 
Lower Cholesterol Naturally with Red Yeast Rice
  7/24/2003
  Most alternative health care providers believe cholesterol levels can be tamed by supplementing a healthy diet and exercise routine with compounds that lower cholesterol naturally.
 
Beta-Carotene and Smoking
  6/26/2003
  A new study by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation measuring the effectiveness of supplemental vitamin E and eight trials of beta-carotene has some big holes in it.
 
 
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