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
You've been warned that saturated fats, obesity and smoking are the major culprits of high cholesterol... But there are five other 'hidden' culprits that you're less likely to know about.
I think you'll be surprised at these!
Keep reading... Stealth causes of high cholesterol you need to watch out for...
1. Too much exercise
While a sedentary lifestly is a well-known cause of high chol... ››› more
Usually, you'll read articles cautioning you to eat the whole fruit instead of drinking fruit juices.
That's because fruit juice is high in sugar and doesn't contain the fibre that you get when you eat the whole fruit.
But there's one fruit juice your heart will benefit from - read about it below... The fruit juice your heart will thank you for...
One study on mice with elevated choleste... ››› more
If you have high blood pressure or circulation issues, you'll want to know about a natural nutrient found in meat, fish, poultry and dairy products that could help your heart AND your love life.
Keep reading... This natural nutrient turns into a useful gas in the body
It's called arginine, and it's produced by nearly every cell in the body.
It helps with wound healing, kidne... ››› more
You've probably heard numerous reports claiming that eggs are too high in cholesterol. But, the truth is, eggs cooked in most ways (except one) isn't likely to increase cholesterol or cause any damage to your heart.
Find out below how this 'egg myth' started out and which way NOT to cook eggs so you can keep enjoying this nutritious food... How the 'egg myth' started out...
Almost 10... ››› more
If you're concerned about your heart health and the thought of taking more pills makes your stomach churn, you'll be glad to know there's something you can add to your breakfast every morning to help make your ticker healthier.
It doesn't taste bad, it's not a pill, and it could transform your health.
Read on to find out more... Three benefits of chia seeds for your heart...
#1: Lower b... ››› more
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