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Loneliness shown to damage the heart muscle and cause premature death

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(NaturalHealth365) A Danish study completed this past May found that nearly half of Americans feel alone – this despite technological innovations ‘connecting us’ like never before in history. To make matters even more disturbing: these feelings of loneliness are being linked to an increased risk of heart problems and premature death. For the research, the scientists from Denmark assessed 13,463 ... Read More »

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Sauna bathing LOWERS the risk of heart disease, according to scientific research

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(Naturalhealth365) 75 million adults in the United States currently have high blood pressure, which dramatically raises the risk of suffering a heart disease or stroke. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that high blood pressure is a primary or contributing cause of death for 410,000 Americans – close to half a million people – ... Read More »

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Avoid a heart attack by eating blueberries and strawberries, according to Harvard Medical School

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(NaturalHealth365) We all know that eating fruits and vegetables is good for your health. Now new research out of Harvard Medical School is confirming that eating more berries can contribute greatly to heart health. In fact, blueberries and strawberries (in particular) contribute dramatically to this area of health, lowering the risk of a heart attack. For the study, health data ... Read More »

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D-ribose strengthens the heart by increasing cellular energy

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(Naturalhealth365) Heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the United States, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting that over 630,000 people die from this condition – every year. Thankfully, recent research has shown that a natural sugar molecule, D-ribose, can improve heart function and blood flow, renew metabolic energy ... Read More »

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One exercise session immediately protects the heart against cardiovascular disease

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(NaturalHealth365) When it comes to the benefits of exercise on cardiovascular health, it turns out a little goes a long way. New research out of the Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom has found that just one vigorous bout of exercise can bring immediate protection against cardiovascular disease. The researchers found that this was triggered through a mechanism ... Read More »

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Heart disease ALERT: Outspoken cardiologist reveals non-toxic solutions

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(Naturalhealth365) The insertion of a stent – a tiny mesh tube – is a common procedure for opening up arteries that have been blocked by plaque. But, according to outspoken integrative cardiologist Jack Wolfson, DO, FACC, this “go-to” intervention does not always live up to its billing as the gold standard of treatment for heart disease. Stenting, says Dr. Wolfson, ... Read More »

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Deglycyrrhizinated licorice offers relief for heartburn, peptic ulcer disease and gastritis

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(NaturalHealth365) It may sound hard to believe, but an extract from a special type of licorice known as deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL licorice) can be extremely helpful for peptic ulcer, gastritis and heartburn. In fact, numerous studies have found it more effective than many antacid drugs. Peptic ulcers are commonly caused by acidic secretions of the stomach. However, they can also ... Read More »

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Surprisingly modest weight gain INCREASES the risk of heart and blood sugar problems, research reveals

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(NaturalHealth365) The health benefits of maintaining a healthy weight are obvious to most people. However, a study out of Stanford is underscoring the dangers of weight gain to health in some key areas, including blood sugar balance and gut health. The researchers have found that the entire body is impacted by even a moderate weight gain. The changes register at ... Read More »

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Beet juice helps heart failure patients improve quality of life

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(Naturalhealth365) New research is highlighting a remarkable array of beet juice benefits – among them, the ability to enhance exercise capability and overall performance in people with heart failure issues. Heart failure – characterized by the heart’s inability to pump enough oxygen-rich blood to meet the body’s needs – is one of the most common complications of heart disease. Currently ... Read More »

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WARNING: Breast cancer treatment can increase the risk of heart failure

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(NaturalHealth365) Highly-toxic chemotherapy sessions (along with radiation) are often used to treat breast cancer. However, evidence is mounting that those who survive are left with debilitating health problems, including brittle bones and cognitive issues like, “chemo brain.” And, now, new research out of the Mayo Clinic is showing that chemotherapy can lead to higher probability of heart failure. In fact, ... Read More »

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Avocado seed husks loaded with medicinal compounds could be used to treat cancer and heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) The avocado is a true superfood – featuring a creamy, buttery-tasting pulp that is packed with healthy nutrients and precious phytochemicals. The large central seed, as well, are a source of beneficial oil. However, the husks surrounding the seed is considered “waste,” and routinely discarded. But, this may soon be changing, with recent research suggesting that the seemingly-worthless husks ... Read More »

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Nattokinase: A powerful enzyme to help prevent blood clots and heart attacks

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(NaturalHealth365) An extract from a traditional Japanese fermented food is showing tremendous promise as a natural way to combat heart health issues. Research has found Nattokinase to be more effective than pharmaceuticals in fighting blood clots and helping to prevent heart attack – and without side effects. Heart health is a major concern for Americans, with well over 700,000 people ... Read More »

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