Until recently, the general consensus among mainstream health “authorities” was that saturated fats are bad and unsaturated fats are good.
But as some research supporting high-fat, high-protein diets suggests, that's not all that accurate... There's fat in just about everything in the shops - that's why it's important to read food labels...
There’s only one general type... ››› more
While there are natural nutrients you can take to help you lower your cholesterol, the first step is really to watch what you eat.
If you put your mind to it, it's not really that hard to decrease the amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet.
Below are some tips that will help...
While there are natural nutrients you can take to help you lower your cholesterol, the first step... ››› more
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like compound found in all of your body's cells. You can get it from foods like broccoli, cabbage, ocean fish, meats, and nuts, but mostly your body makes it internally.
But like a lot of other nutrients, the body slows down in making CoQ10 around age forty.
Furthermore, some medications deplete CoQ10 in the body include statin drugs (used to lo... ››› more
In many cases, the old saying “you are what you eat” holds true. It might do some good to cut out a few of the cream sauces and slices of pizza.
But there are a handful of nutrients that could help you lower your blood pressure naturally.
The good news is you could beat high blood pressure - without drugs. The building blocks of healthy blood pressure...
Sodium. You’ve probably he... ››› more
If you form part of the one in three people who suffer from high blood pressure, you could benefit from these seven foods - which just happen to be yummy too!
Keeping your blood pressure under control is important for your heart health - and doing it naturally allows you to side-step the adverse side-effects that come with prescription drugs. 7 delicious ways to help lower your blood pressure.... ››› more
Do you have tiny veins that resemble spider webs on your face or legs?
They're a sign that your veins are not as healthy as they should be. You see, veins carry blood back to the heart. In order to defy gravity, the vessels are designed with one-way valves that prevent the blood from flowing back down the veins and pooling at your feet and fingers.
But, over time, these valves can become ... ››› more
In a recent study, participants took these green pills for six weeks.
They lowered their blood pressure by 10% - without changing anything else!
It worked better than 14 kinds of blood pressure drugs.
In another study, it lowered bad cholesterol levels by 10% in just 12 weeks! The green pill that could take you out of the danger zone!
When you're at high risk for he... ››› more
Statistics show that 28% of adults over the age of 40 take statin drugs to lower their cholesterol levels.
If you have high cholesterol, you'll understand the importance of keeping it below the danger zone.
But that's easier said than done, especially if you're taking prescription drugs for your cholesterol. You see, often people on statins believe they can take certain liberties when it ... ››› more
If you're having a tough time controlling your high blood pressure, this little secret is going to brighten up your day - AND lower your blood pressure - naturally!
Millions of people suffer with high blood pressure. And many are taking potentially harmful diuretics, beta blockers and ACE inhibitors to manage this potentially lethal condition…
If this describes you, it's time you learned ... ››› more
Your nose blocks up, your head feels like a bag of lead, and the chills send you straight back into bed.
There's no mistaking, the common cold is a nuisance.
But if you have heart trouble, you're 13 times more likely to suffer a heart attack straight after a cold, so it's important to avoid getting sick this winter.
Find out more below... Study shows a cold could bring on a heart attack..... ››› more
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