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As the man of the house, you’re the one that:
Takes the spider out of the shower
Checks if the alarm is on after all the lights are out
Gets up in the middl... ››› more
The rate of heart disease across the globe is soaring. And sadly, even though you think you live a healthy life, you may have some habits that put your heart health at risk.
If you don't change these habits now, your heart health will deteriorate! And this could lead to a future of serious conditions like heart disease!
But it's easy to improve your heart health if you just know how!
A... ››› more
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:
• Protects you from depression and other mood disorders including schizo... ››› more
You've heard that high cholesterol leads to heart conditions and stroke. But did you know cholesterol may also lead to cancer?
Researchers have just discovered that cholesterol activates a cellular reaction linked to cancer. Let's have a look…
Dietary cholesterol is major risk factor for tumours and the spread of cancer
The researchers at the University of Illinois in the US, f... ››› more
There are four awesome groups of food that you can use to improve your health.
Combining them doesn't only mean you have a lot of great meal ideas, it means you'll have a variety of foods to add to your diet. Healthy foods that can improve your health.
If you have these four food groups in your kitchen, you can lower your cholesterol levels completely naturally while enjoying wholesome fo... ››› more
Watch out for those food labels that say “low in…” This because they usually use clever marketing tools to hook you into buying them.
They might say in big, bright letters on the front of the package that the product is low in cholesterol. And you're thrilled to be able to eat the item because you're trying to lower your cholesterol.
But did you check the back of the pack and read ... ››› more
The big health and nutrition talk this month is all about poor old fat. It has, for so long, remained banned from our foods and our kitchens. And it's all been without good merit, apparently.
In fact, fat seems to be off the hook when it comes to heart problems and refined carbs and sugars are now taking the heat.
But have you ever heard of ghee?
It's a fat common in Indian cuisine ... ››› more
There's a strong link between things going wrong with your heart and the effect this has on your other organs. The reason for this is that any issue with the blood flow through your body means the right nutrition and other essential compounds don't reach their intended destination.
Think about the effect this has on your kidneys.
Because your kidneys need blood to bring all the right nut... ››› more
You don't always need to start taking chronic medication if you have high cholesterol. In fact it's only a small percentage of people that do need to take statins to lower their cholesterol. If you don't have heart disease, aren't at risk of heart disease, you don't have an extremely high cholesterol level and you're not diabetic you can actually lower your cholesterol naturally.
And while it... ››› more
It's important to know that taking medications to lower your cholesterol isn't your only option to improve your health.
Yes, some people don't have any other options, but these people make up such a small percentage of the entire population who have high cholesterol levels.
Instead you should always look to improve your health naturally if you can. That means you're not putting the rest ... ››› more
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