Tag: cardiovascular disease

Get more sleep than you ever imagined possible…

I’m a good sleeper. For this, I’m eternally grateful. In the rare times that I’ve had a poor night’s sleep, I’ve tossed and turned in bed in a fit of total misery. At other times, I’ve briefly [...]

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Lower your statin drug dose… your cholesterol… and your risks

Lowering cholesterol levels is a popular past-time in mainstream medicine, and it usually has two very negative effects. One is that, with the recommended levels of ‘bad’ LDL and total [...]

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Does your soaring blood pressure 
have a secret toxic cause?

What’s gotten into your body may shock you! In the last 12 years since I developed Parkinson’s disease, I’ve had a vested interest in how heavy metals cause the chronic diseases of our time. To [...]

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Could this powerful plant secret help fight ageing, cell damage and even Alzheimer’s?

Drinking wine helps to protect you from cancer, sharpen your brain against Alzhimer’s, turn back the clock on your heart health, and even manage your weight.

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Herbal interventions overcome troubling PCOS symptoms

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a leading cause of poor fertility and endocrine dysfunction in women. It affects up to 7 per cent of women with a combination of intermittent or absent [...]

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Reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD), especially in the form of heart attacks and strokes, is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the US and UK. Fortunately, it’s not something that has [...]

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Research confirms that low-carb diets work!

In November 2014, major media reported on ‘groundbreaking’ research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Headlines trumpeted that researchers had ‘discovered’ that a low-carbohydrate [...]

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Conquering the killer in your arteries…

As indicated in part 1 of this article (see Nutrition & Healing, April 2014), being more relaxed and less stressed will make a big difference in preventing plaque rupture. But there are also [...]

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Why do 40-year-old men die of heart attacks, but 40-year-old women don’t?

Although cardiovascular disease is the overall leading cause of death in women, it rarely occurs before menopause in women who don’t take birth control pills or smoke cigarettes. But despite the [...]

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