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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

For Your Healthy Heart

I was thrilled when I heard that Dr. OZ actually admitted publicly that artificial sweeteners are to be avoided. These chemical additives aren't the "natural" products advertising leads you to believe and they do cause heart health concerns in many people.

I was even more alarmed by the report on ABC News about the number of prescription drugs pushed on our aging citizens that are causing serious interaction problems.

I'd doing daily on-line walking program this month.  What's your exercise plan?  And are you getting enough pure water to drink?
And I'm in the process of writing a new report that will be published later this month.  
Remember that cholesterol drugs are really not necessary unless you have extremely high levels, over 252, or if you have elevated triglycerides.
More on heart health




So much you can do, because your health is really in your hands.

Selections from first Natural Health News

Dec 27, 2010
Cordless Phones, like WIFI, Boost Heart Risk. Cordless Phone EMFs Trigger Heart Rhythm Abnormalities. By Erik Goldman / Editor in Chief - Vol. 11, No. 4. Winter, 2010. The controversy continues over the possibility that frequent
Sep 02, 2010
Omega-3 spread maker Unilever says a 40 month study that found omega-3 spreads don't protect elderly heart attack sufferers from further cardiac events, requires further analysis and won't affect approved methods of usage. ...
Feb 02, 2010
And of course you know that CNN's own Larry King uses a garlic supplement for his heart condition, and has advertised it for years.Garlic is one of the best herbs for blood thinning as well as being an excellent source of magnesium to ...
Jul 03, 2010
September 22, 2008 — A new study has found that older adults with severe subclinical hypothyroidism had almost double the risk of developing heart failure (HF) compared with those with normal thyroid function over a 12-year follow-up ...
Oct 02, 2008
A 16-year study on the relationship between Vitamin C consumption and heart disease in women shows that Vitamin C supplement users reduce the risk of of non-fatal heart attacks and fatal heart disease by 28%, compared with non-users. ...
Jul 30, 2010
Jul 30, 2010
Norwegian vitamin K supplier NattoPharma has backed the role of vitamin K in calcium metabolism following the controversial British Medical Journal meta-analysis linking calcium consumption and increased risk of heart attack. ...
Nov 21, 2010
Not only are they over-prescribed, they have heart-risky side effects and many more problems like kidney failure secondary to rhabdomyolysis, just to highlight one (of too many). What, from this new report, bothers me is that when do ...
Feb 03, 2010
As part of Diet Coke's annual partnership with The Heart Truth campaign, the company has just introduced limited-edition "heart graphic" cans, each of which feature a large -- and just plain cute -- sketch of a big red heart. ...
Feb 05, 2009
Side effects are worse with age and the new data clearly demonstrates that the risks for any person over the age of 70 far outweigh the benefits – even for patients with heart disease. This study lends further support to my observation ...
Jan 31, 2010
Jan 31, 2010
It seems as if little has changed in the way mainstream medicine looks at heart health concerns, especially for women, so hopefully our information will be put to good use. I've listed some of the 100+ posts on Natural Health News ...
Aug 27, 2007
The research comes from a massive, multi-generational heart study following residents of Framingham, Mass., a town about 25 miles west of Boston. The new study of 9000 observations of middle-aged men and women was published Monday ...
Feb 11, 2009
Another very dear friend of mine, and younger than I am, has been dealing with heart failure for a couple of years. Her doctor is described as rude and demeaning of her choice of more natural care which the doctor disdains. ...
Mar 27, 2007
An extract from the leaves of the crataegus, or hawthorn tree, already available in Europe, extended the lives of patients with congestive heart failure who were already receiving medicinal treatment by an average of four months,
Jan 17, 2005
Preventing heart disease requires much more than simply screening for high cholesterol in the blood. "Although this approach has been useful, it fails to identify almost one-half of the 1.3 million individuals who develop MI [myocardial
Mar 25, 2009
Natural therapy may include vitamin E, nattokinase, cayenne, garlic (see ALLI-C, right column), or the heart health promoting herb - hawthorne. (More information on these natural treatments may be found here. ...
Nov 26, 2008
Prozac use has shown that women who took the SSRI (and fluoride based) antidepressant during the first three months of pregnancy gave birth to four times as many babies with heart problems as women who did not. ...
Nov 16, 2010
The data showed that multivitamin-takers are no healthier than those who don't pop the pills, at least when it comes to the big diseases—cancer, heart disease, stroke. "Even women with poor diets weren't helped by taking a multivitamin ...
Oct 24, 2007
If you read as many medical and nutrition research articles as I do you recognize that most heart research focuses on men's health; it's certainly been this way for decades. From nutrition research from the prestigious Karolinska ...
Feb 28, 2008
Just this week I have reports from two clients with serious heart problems and other health problems. Neither of these two people are taking aspirin. It has taken some months to see the improvement but here is one with a BNP reduced ...
Sep 17, 2008
It is not generally recommended that people without heart disease symptoms undergo these cardiac tests. But Mohlenkamp said that when it comes to judging whether it's safe for an older adult to exercise at such levels, it is "prudent" ...
Jan 10, 2011
Recall that, Eskimos eating high satfat & cholesterol diets have the lowest percentage of heart disease on the planet, but a thin Marathon runner who eats textured Soy burgers, Soy Vegetable Oil, Sugar & refined carbs (even with normal ...
Apr 14, 2010
The FDA has approved omega-3 fish oil as a heart-protecting drug. Big PhRMA is spending millions to market omega-3 fish oil. Why?, overwhelming that purified, concentrated omega-3 fish oil protects your heart from the risks of heart
Mar 02, 2008
Internationally acclaimed heart expert Kilmer McCully, MD, father of the homocysteine theory of heart disease, joined other scientists and consumer advocates in asking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to drop the heart disease ...
Mar 31, 2009
HAMILTON, Ontario, March 31 (UPI) -- A "polypill" that combines blood pressure drugs, a cholesterol-lowering statin, aspirin and folic acid may minimize heart attacks, Canadian researchers say. Dr. Koon Teo of McMaster University in ...
Dec 26, 2007
It's great that younger people are focusing on heart health. And it's certainly alarming that health problems related to heart disease are showing up at younger ages than ever before. But statin drugs aren't the answer. ...
Nov 09, 2008
In May of 2005, a study published in the American Heart Association's journal, Circulation, revealed that kidney problems and muscle weakness were two to eight times more frequent among Crestor users than those taking other
Nov 13, 2008
(1) High C-reactive protein levels are associated with inflammation and heart disease/stroke. The authors concluded that, in apparently healthy persons with elevated C-reactive protein levels, rosuvastatin (Crestor) significantly ...
Mar 26, 2007
Cayenne, hawthorne berry, white willow bark, natural vitamin E, chelation, IV vitamin c and other scientifically supported natural treatments can and will help you prevent the risk of heart disease without risky (yes! angioplasty can ...
Nov 15, 2008
I know of many situations where people suffering heart attacks were given post-event stress EKG (ECG), passed with flying colors, returned to work, then died in weeks to a month or three. In the early to mid 1970s I used to teach ...
Sep 10, 2007
This is how you get confused, especially if you do to know the history of vitamin E and it's use to prevent are reverse heart disease (the medical studies on this date back to the 1940s and 50s). Natural vitamin E (listed on a label as ...
Jan 14, 2009
In 2003 several groups and health professionals made an effort to alert the public to the dangerous link between Avandia® and an increased risk of congestive heart failure. In late 2006 the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
Jun 17, 2008
Many of the commonly prescribed drugs in the standards of care for cardiovascular disease actually deplete nutrients essential to heart health. Our office has a specific service that provides this information, which we offer to ...

4 comments:

best diet supplements said...

Reduce fat. A certain amount of fat is good for a well balanced diet but reduce the amount of fat. Saturated fat affects blood cholesterol levels, so try to eat less full-fat dairy products, cakes, cookies, pastries and burgers and replace with mono saturated fats such as olive and rapeseed oil, nuts and avocado pears. Polyunsaturated fats in small amount helps reduce cholesterol so oily fish (salmon, sardines) and oils like sunflower, corn and soya oil are good.

herbalYODA said...

Saturated fat in real food is essential for health so chose organic butter, 2% of whole milk products.
AVOID rapeseed (canola) as it is toxic to your liver. Also avoid soy oil as both soy and canola are the most GMO products sold. BTW canola oil is a TRANS FAT.
Most vegetable oils carry ar sik, but we support the use of Extra virgin olive oil not sold in plastic bottles.

Anonymous said...

Thyroid disease damaged my heart and memory. It also ended up with secondary illnesses like high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I have so many difficulties, but since I started taking bovine thyroid it changed everything. I feel better!

Anonymous said...

Thyroid disease damaged my heart and memory. It also ended up with secondary illnesses like high blood pressure and high cholesterol. I have so many difficulties, but since I started taking bovine thyroid it changed everything. I feel better!