From the category archives:

Cardiovascular Disease

The Truth About Cholesterol and Heart Disease

June 30, 2014

For over 50 years we have been told that cholesterol is the main culprit in heart disease and that eating saturated fat and high-cholesterol foods will raise cholesterol levels. However, published research states that this information is not true and cholesterol is essential to our health. Dr. Fred Kummerow, author of Cholesterol Is Not the […]

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Reverse Heart Disease

July 29, 2013

Dr Dean Ornish states that “cardiovascular diseases are completely preventable for at least 95% of people just by changing diet and lifestyle”. See the video.

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Use Spiritual Psychology for a Healthier Heart

August 2, 2012

Heart Health is a book about spiritual psychology, a psychology of feelings and emotions. It also offers exercises one can do on ones own to penetrate directly into the heart and touch on ones most vulnerable of feelings.

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Magnesium is Crucial for a Healthy Heart

August 2, 2012

Most people, including doctors, do not know that magnesium is crucial for a healthy heart.

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Help Keep Blood Pressure Down with Whole Grain Foods

October 9, 2009

Research shows that men consuming the highest amount of whole-grains were 19% less likely to develop high blood pressure compared to men who ate the least amount of whole grains.

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Few Adults Have Low Heart Disease Risk

September 28, 2009

According to research recently published in Circulation, a journal of the American Heart Association, fewer than 8% of all Americans can now be considered at low risk for heart disease.

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