Tag: heart disease
Some teas are high in fluoride — the same neurotoxin that’s put into tap water and toothpaste to supposedly prevent your teeth from decaying.
A cholesterol-lowering statin drug won’t stop or even slow this “browning” of your cholesterol. It will only reduce the number of cholesterol molecules.
According to a new study, eating a variety of nuts, which are rich in fibre and magnesium, could lower your risk of heart disease.
According to a new study, you should pause before you take an NSAID for arthritis-related pain because these seemingly harmless pills can raise your blood pressure enough to up your risk of dying [...]
We already know that eating dark chocolate and pouring olive oil on your salads can both be good for your heart. But according to a new study, these foods are even better TOGETHER -- because dark [...]
If you've got several risk factors for heart disease, make sure you're getting at least six or more hours of sleep each night - because according to a new study, getting any less than that [...]
Atrial fibrillation saddles you with irregular heartbeat and increased stroke risk. But a new study shows there's something that reduces the risk of a-fib by up to 23 per cent – and you’re going [...]
We all know that keeping an eye on the scale is important – but if you’ve been ignoring how big your waist has gotten, you could be putting yourself at risk for life-threatening conditions. [...]
New research shows that increasing protein and reducing carbs, as with the Paleo diet, can promote weight loss and improve insulin sensitivity.