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Articles in Heart Disease Prevention

The incidence of heart failure continues to escalate with 550,000 newly diagnosed patients annually worldwide. More than half of the patients with heart failure have preserved ejection fraction or isolated diastolic dysfunction, for which no current effective therapies for diastolic dysfunction exist.

Cholesterol The big fat lie, plus how to prevent heart disease

by SARAH STACEY on

It is so vital that all cells, apart from neurones, can manufacture cholesterol, and one of the key functions of the liver is to synthesise it, says Dr Malcolm Kendrick, author of The Great Cholesterol Con.... Read full article

Are statin drugs the biggest fraud in the history of medicine?

by Healt Impact News on

“Bad” cholesterol is actually a myth, as cholesterol is essential to life. The brain contains only 2% of the body’s mass, but 25% of the total cholesterol. Lowering cholesterol by drugs may be contributing to Alzheimer’s.... Read full article

D-ribose is one of the four nutrients in Soul, a powerful nutrition for heart health

by PubMed.org on

D-ribose is one of the four nutrients in Soul, a powerful nutrition for heart health. That's because D-ribose supplies heart cells with energy and so much more. It's a simple five-sided sugar that supports the production of ATP.... Read full article

PREVENT HEART DISEASE and HEART FALURE!!

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The incidence of heart failure continues to escalate with 550,000 newly diagnosed patients annually worldwide. Every cell requires adequate levels of high energy phosphates to maintain integrity and function.... Read full article

The Fat Lie You've Been Told About What's Hurting Your Heart

by Deepak Natarajan on

Remember when Meat, cheese, butter and egg yolk were prohibited. Repeated guidelines from the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology that saturated fats in particular, were to be strictly avoided to prevent a heart attack.... Read full article

The consumption of Dark Fish may increase our risk Irregular Heartbeat Associated with Stroke

by Dr. Greger’s on

The consumption of dark fish (such as salmon, swordfish, bluefish, mackerel, and sardines) may increase our risk of atrial fibrillation—an irregular heartbeat rhythm associated with stroke, dementia, heart failure, and a shortened lifespan.... Read full article

How To Improve Heart Health

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D-Ribose has been used for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, fibromyalgia, improve exercise tolerance, maintain or increase energy stores in the heart or muscle cells, and improve quality of life in individuals with reduced heart blood flow. ... Read full article

Cardiomyopathy Treatment Natural

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Thymoquinone is the active constituent of Nigella sativa, having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory actions. Thus, thymoquinone may have utility as a potential drug for cardiomyopathy.... Read full article

Dr. Arnold S. Leonard began to realize the importance of antioxidants for heart disease

by Dr. Arnold S. Leonard on

As Arnold S. Leonard began to realize the importance of antioxidants, he further realized that not only would antioxidants greatly assist in the reduction of heart disease, cancer and diabetes, it would also dramatically reduce the death.... Read full article

Unlearning the Lie: Cholesterol and Heart Disease for Dummies

by Dr. Tim Weeks on

It’s time to end the cholesterol/plaque/heart disease lie once and for all. This lie finds its roots in shaky ground, digging deep into poorly done studies with cherry-picked results.... Read full article

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