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  • Five dietary tips for heart patients - whether they're dining out or at home
  • If there's one thing that all heart disease sufferers have in common, it's that they've eaten far too much saturated fat and not enough fruits and vegetables over the decades. But does that mean it's too late to start eating to support your ticker? Of course not! No matter if you're diagnosed with coronary artery disease or have undergone a quadruple bypass surgery, it's never too late to start... ››› more
  • [28 February 2017]
  • The only 10 foods you need in your fridge and pantry for optimal gut health
  • There's no doubt about it - supporting intestinal health and restoring the integrity of the gut barrier will be one of the most important goals in 21st century medicine. When it comes down to your gut health, there are two closely related variables that determine it -your gut barrier and intestinal microbiota (or gut flora). Sometimes, supporting these two variables can be as simple as eatin... ››› more
  • [09 February 2017]
  • Five ways in which eliminating meat from my diet has changed my life
  • Ten years ago, my father had a massive heart attack. While sitting in the hospital with my mother, awaiting news of his condition, I overheard "Code Blue" on the intercom system. My father had plunged into cardiopulmonary arrest and was on the verge of death. At age 12, I was faced with the real possibility of losing my father. I was beyond terrified. Thankfully, the medical team stabilised my ... ››› more
  • [18 March 2016]
  • Not all fat is created equal - eating more of this one could save your life
  • Okay, so the word "fat" has a bad connotation ... but as we all know ... not all fat is created equal. In recent years, health experts have been very clear about the fats you should avoid. They warn that red meat can cause your gut bacteria to produce plaques that can cause heart attacks, strokes and other heart problems. The World Health Organization said it probably causes cancer, too (yikes!... ››› more
  • [17 March 2016]
  • Simple lifestyle changes that can help prevent a heart attack
  • So we've just finished breast cancer awareness month, but the number one killer of men and women in the Western world remains cardiovascular disease, which kills more people than ALL cancers combined. Every 34 seconds someone in South Africa has a heart attack. It's a frightening statistic indeed... So is it inevitable? The simple answer is simply no. Heart attacks are preventable, and peop... ››› more
  • [14 March 2016]
  • Ten totally natural, science-backed tips to lower your blood pressure
  • High blood pressure has earned the name “silent killer." And sadly, it's well-deserved. Heart disease, sexual dysfunction, stroke, kidney failure and aneurysms can all result from elevated blood pressure. And, with 1 out of every 3 South Africans suffering from this malady, its impact is huge! Sure, there are many medications that can be prescribed for hypertension. But for a good number ... ››› more
  • [09 March 2016]
  • Five new diet tips for super heart health
  • Newsflash: Today, heart disease is the number-one killer of both men and women in South Africa. But here's the good news: 90% of the time, you can prevent it by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, by taking steps now to tune up your heart, not only will you benefit your long-term health — you'll also help boost your circulation, trim your waistline and enhance energy and brain spee... ››› more
  • [08 March 2016]
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