Loading your plate with heart healthy foods is one of the best ways to improve your health, reveal experts.
The most recent studies involving ways to improve heart health focus on green leafy vegetables and their impact on the heart.
Researchers have found that one important nutrient in green leafy vegetables can help protect you against a variety of heart disorders.
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Experts are finding that sitting for long periods is worse for you than other risk factors like smoking.
In addition, even worse than that is that, even if you're otherwise healthy, if you don't get up enough during the day, you're on the broken path to health issues.
In addition, we mean issues!
From diabetes to cancer and arthritis, sitting behind a desk without moving much is slowly... ››› more
While you know to eat less salt and eat more healthy fats to improve your health, you might not know what to eat exactly.
So you end up simply trying to eat healthy food, but because you don't have a real plan, you quickly resort back to bad habits.
That's where the Ornish Diet for heart health comes in.
Dean Ornish, a professor at the University of California, came up with the diet af... ››› more
In terms of heart health, alcohol receives both praise and prejudice.
On one hand, there's plenty of research to show that drinking a glass a day is heart healthy. On the other, there's just as much evidence against it. In fact, the evidence suggests alcohol has a direct role in the development and progression of the heart disease epidemic.
With one in 12 people across the globe with the d... ››› more
If you frequently sleep more than ten hours a night, it might be harming your heart health, warn experts.
In a recent study, experts found that people - they call them “long sleepers” - who sleep too much have just as high a risk of heart disease as short sleepers.
What they found in their study was that long sleepers had significantly high levels of the heart disease marker, C-reactiv... ››› more
Your cardiovascular system is responsible for circulating oxygenated blood from your lungs to your cells and then back again to your lungs to be replenished with oxygen.
When you're healthy, it works like a well-oiled machine. But when you suffer from cardiovascular (or heart) disease, your heart muscles and your veins and arteries start to fail you.
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Doctors have known for years that type II diabetes is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
But now a group of researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in the US have discovered that a specific blood sugar test is a much better predictor for cardiovascular disease than most test…
And it could save thousands of lives every year if it's done during routine health checks.
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Researchers at the Ottawa Heart Institute recently discovered a specific protein in patients having a heart attack. Asking your doctor to check for this protein could save your life!
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So what’s nature’s secret to optimum mental health?
That’ll help you:
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Could preventing cardiovascular disease and stroke be as simple as eating fresh fruit every day?
The good news is, YES, it can!
A new study at the University of Oxford in the UK showed fresh fruit can help reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke by as much as 40!
Here's what you should know…
Lower your chances of dying from a heart disorder by eating fruit every day!... ››› more
A recent study by the American Heart Association found that heart attack patients who arrive at the hospital at night or over weekends are 13% more likely to die.
Here's how you could avoid becoming another heart disorder statistic…
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