All posts tagged "heart health"
How To Take ‘Berry’ Good Care Of Your Heart Health
Blueberries. Blackberries. Raspberries. Some of your favourite berries aren’t just super tasty, they also provide many powerful health benefits too. A powerful source of antioxidants, berries are also rich in elliagic acid, a natural phenol antioxidant that...
- Posted February 14, 2017
Take Omega-3’s For Lowered Blood Pressure
Eating a diet rich in Omega-3’s may help to avoid high blood pressure in young people, according to preliminary data published at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2016. The observational data from 2,036 young and...
- Posted November 16, 2016
Got Coconut Oil? Why You Should Include More In Your Diet…
Coconut Oil is now one of the hottest trends in the natural health world and with good reason. For too long the coconut was stigmatised and many people were advised to avoid eating them as they were...
- Posted January 28, 2016
Why Just ONE Coke Can Damage Your Heart Health
Drinking just one Coke on a daily basis can increase the risk of heart failure by around 20% it’s estimated. The shocking finding was discovered by the UK Government’s Scientific Advisory Committee on nutrition who recommended that...
- Posted November 6, 2015
Lutein fights age-related vision and heart problems
Lutein is a carotene found in green leafy vegetables, egg yolks, animal fats and is used by organisms as an antioxidant. But recent studies are showing that the xanthophyll can also protect against the formation of plaque...
- Posted July 31, 2011
Studies show daily cinnamon intake is beneficial
A sprinkle of cinnamon on morning coffee is very tasty, but more studies reveal that cinnamon has healing powers as well. Several university studies are backing what nutritionalists have known for sometime, that cinnamon has beneficial effects...
- Posted July 6, 2011
FDA warns that high doses of “statin” drug can cause injury
Drug companies claim that Zocor, known as simvastatin, lowers cholesterol through various doses. The FDA warns that the highest dose allowed (80 mg) can cause muscle injury known as myopathy and the more serious form called rhabdomyolysis, which can...
- Posted June 13, 2011
New formula increases power of ancient supplement
Protecting your brain from Alzheimer’s and dementia; your cells from cancer; and a list of inflammatory conditions may be as easy as switching to an Indian diet that is loaded with curry. The main ingredient in the...
- Posted May 18, 2011
Jack LaLanne will be missed
My hero and role model, Jack LaLanne, died on my 65th birthday, Jan. 23, of respiratory failure due to pneumonia. The fitness and healthy living pioneer was 96 years old. Jack’s life was interesting and a testimony....
- Posted January 24, 2011
Japanese food helps fight “sticky” blood
Nattokinase is a potent enzyme fermented and purified from the product Natto, which has been a part of the Japanese cuisine for many years. Studies show that the “stickiness” of the blood is in reality a separate,...
- Posted January 22, 2011