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  • Major study shows more heart attack deaths in people who skip breakfast...
  • You may have heard the saying 'Eat breakfast like a king'... And you may have read that skipping breakfast is not good for weight loss - you end up eating more during the day when you don't have breakfast... But now a major study has shown that skipping breakfast can be detrimental for your heart - find out more below... Skipping breakfast may increase your risk of heart disease by as much ... ››› more
  • [05 August 2022]
  • Better heart, joints, memory, eyesight AND libido...
  • Our bodies can't make the nutrients in this one supplement so we rely on our diets for them... But it's not easy to get them from food alone (practically impossible)... Yet just one supplement per day could dramatically improve your overall health - starting with eyes, heart, joints, memory and even bringing excitement back into your bedroom for you! Clinical studies show this supplement doe... ››› more
  • [04 November 2021]
  • Do you get heart palpitations? These foods could help...
  • Heart palpitations are when you feel your heart beating inside your chest... When heart palpitations are combined with an elevated heart rate, it could be a sign of an underlying heart condition, and even kidney disease. It means you heart doesn't have enough time to rest and refill with blood, so it only pushes out little bits at a time. And that's not good for your heart or your organs. ... ››› more
  • [01 July 2021]
  • Go green to help prevent heart attacks...
  • There's one vitamin you get from green, leafy vegetables that's been linked to a lower risk of heart attack. Find out more below about the study and why eating greens or supplementing with this vitamin is essential for a healthy heart... Eat more greens to reduce your risk of LVH... We need to consume about one microgram of vitamin K per kilo of body weight per day. So, if you weight 70km, y... ››› more
  • [02 June 2021]
  • Are you still taking heartburn meds?
  • Acid-suppressing meds, known as proton pump inhibitors, may bring you temporary relief from heartburn, but they've been linked to a number of health issues, like heart and kidney disease. And the longer you take them, the higher the risks. But a recent study has shown these meds could also raise your risk of getting infected with Covid. Why stomach acid isn't always the enemy...  Hea... ››› more
  • [26 April 2021]
  • Reduce your heart's age by up to 7 years with this vitamin...
  • Scientists have been studying arterial stiffness closely in the past decade. It's a risk factor for atherosclerosis - which is when plaque gets caught in arteries, narrowing the blood vessels and impeding blood flow. This of course is a serious risk factor for heart attack and stroke. But a recent study shows that one vitamin could reverse arterial stiffness. Vitamin D holds great prom... ››› more
  • [26 January 2021]
  • Warning! Your mouthwash could cause you heart failure
  • A new study reveals that some antiseptic mouthwash contain a chemical called chlorhexidine that's so effective at wiping out bacteria. It's also getting rid of the good bacteria. And losing good bacteria in your mouth can trigger potentially deadly heart problems. Here's why… Antiseptic mouthwash raises your risk of heart disease   For seven days, researchers in the UK measured th... ››› more
  • [26 June 2020]
  • If you have heart problems, or take statins or blood pressure meds, you MUST read this...
  • 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
  • [13 March 2020]
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