Search Results for: Heart Disease

Elevated homocysteine levels increase risk of heart disease, stroke and dementia

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(NaturalHealth365) Heart disease, the leading cause of death in the nation, claims over 610,000 lives a year in the United States. Stroke exacts a grim toll as well, killing over 130,000 people. And, over 5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. Recent studies suggest that one specific factor – elevated blood levels ... Read More »

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Coenzyme Q10 deficiency linked to increased risk of chronic inflammation and heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Evidence is accumulating that chronic inflammation appears to be at the root of many degenerative disease conditions, including heart disease – the number one killer in the United States. Often downplayed by conventional cardiology, low levels of the nutrient coenzyme Q10 can worsen inflammation – possibly triggering heart attacks and strokes. This is very important news – because we ... Read More »

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Study confirms: Omega-3 consumption decreases the risk of heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) A recent meta-analysis of nearly 900,000 people has added even more compelling evidence to the long list of omega-3 benefits. This study looked specifically at the association between heart disease and EPA/DHA intake. The results were published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings January 2017 issue. The paper is unique in that it examined the effects of omega-3s specifically upon ... Read More »

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How dental amalgam fillings destroy gut health and cause heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Mercury – a neurotoxic heavy metal – is so dangerous that the World Health Organization says there is no safe level for exposure. Yet over 180 million Americans currently have restored teeth, many with dental amalgam fillings – which can contain up 50 percent mercury. Mercury-based, dental fillings have been linked to neurological problems, infertility, birth defects and heart ... Read More »

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Groundbreaking heart disease myths exposed

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(NaturalHealth365) The statistics on heart disease – the number one killer of men and women in the United States – are truly staggering. According to the American College of Cardiology, every year about 785,000 Americans have a first coronary attack, while another 470,000 people who have already had one or more attacks will suffer yet another one. According to many ... Read More »

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Medical fraud – The suppressed truth about heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) As we know, heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. But an optometrist who has invented a ground-breaking test for early diagnosis maintains that this devastating disease has been preventable (and CURABLE) for over five decades. In fact, according to Sydney Bush, DOpt., Ph.D., the situation ... Read More »

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CRP: An inflammatory marker that predicts heart disease and cancer risk

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(NaturalHealth365) C-reactive protein, or CRP, is a biological marker that doctors have long used to evaluate the amount of inflammation present in the body. But CRP is more than just a measurement of disease. Researchers have found that levels can be used to predict not only the prognosis and likely survival outcomes of such conditions as cancer and heart disease, ... Read More »

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Dementia overtakes heart disease as the leading cause of death in the UK

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(NaturalHealth365) Diseases related to brain health such as dementia and Alzheimer’s are now more fatal than any other illness in the UK, according to its Office for National Statistics. Dementia recently overtook heart disease as the top cause of death for women living in England and Wales, according to a recent BBC article. While we all know that dementia is ... Read More »

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High vitamin C intake shown to lower risk of coronary heart disease by 66 percent

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(NaturalHealth365)  Why does conventional cardiology ignore the lifesaving health benefits of vitamin C?  Cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of premature death in the United States, claims more lives than all types of cancer.  And, the point is, we can fix this. In reality, it turns out that daily supplementation with a safe and inexpensive vitamin can help provide major ... Read More »

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Study proves: Heart disease is an early form of vitamin C deficiency

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(NaturalHealth365) A groundbreaking study from the Dr. Rath Research Institute of California has found that heart disease is an indicator of vitamin C deficiency and a precursor to malnutrition issues like scurvy. While heart disease has been mainly linked with cholesterol issues, it is now becoming clear that the more important consideration for heart health is your intake and blood ... Read More »

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6 powerful berries that reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and cognitive decline

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(NaturalHealth365) Heart disease and cancer are respectively the first and second leading causes of death in the United States, while the rate of Alzheimer’s disease – currently the eighth leading cause of mortality – continuing to rise steadily.  Thankfully, with the right information, we can avoid these health problems. For example, research into anthocyanins, a group of phytochemicals found in ... Read More »

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Quercetin dramatically reduces risk of death from coronary heart disease by 68%

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(NaturalHealth365) Plant extracts, like quercetin, provide some of our most potent healing properties in the world. Compounds called flavonoids in certain vegetables and fruits can help to protect you against oxidative damage and stresses like environmental radiation and other toxins. Flavonoids can help fight diseases like cancer, diabetes, chemotherapy side effects, and cardiovascular issues. One of the most widely available ... Read More »

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