Tag Archives: heart disease

Woman’s Risks And Heart Health

The American Heart Association States: coronary heart disease is the #1 killer of woman over 25 64% of woman who died suddenly of coronary heart disease had no previous symptoms one of 2.5 female deaths are from cardiovasular disease, compared … Continue reading

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Sugar Love And Childhood Obesity

Everyone loves sugar, who wouldn’t – it’s sweet and tasty!   When sugar however becomes an addiction or an obsession than we have a problem. Often when I work with a client, we talk about foods and I draw attention … Continue reading

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Child Obesity And The Heart

Kids are taking high blood pressure and cholesterol medication. What’s THAT About? The World Health Organization offers these statistics:  Globally, there are more than 1 billion overweight adults, at least 300 million of them obese.  The key causes are increased … Continue reading

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How Does Vitamin D Lower Heart Disease Risk?

How does Vitamin D lower Heart Disease Risk? Dr. Stephen Chaney, PhD is part of our illustrious field team. His credentials include: BS in Biophysics Duke PHD, Biochemistry UCLA Prof Biochemistry & Biophysics in Dept of Nutrition, UNC Chapel Hill … Continue reading

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Facts About Lipitor And CoQ10

Your heart health and those of whom you know and/or care about, are very important to me. The benefits of nutrition for the heart are remarkable and the non-drug approaches to reducing risk factors for heart disease are possible with the right … Continue reading

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Heart Healthy Oatmeal

The soluble and insoluble fibers found in oatmeal are part of a terrific heart healthy diet. This morning I soaked my oats in almond milk, simmered for 5 minutes and topped with pecans, dried cranberries and a small bit of … Continue reading

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Which Nutrients Benefit The Diabetic?

Diabetes and Nutritional Supplements   Diabetes mellitus, a term that means” the running through of sugar ” was first identified in first century A.D. The disease was described in old books as the “melting of flesh into urine.” It is … Continue reading

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Low Fat Vs Low Carb Diets?

You would think the question of low carb versus low fat diets would be settled by now. Literally dozens of studies have been published on the subject and they are all in pretty much agreement that initial weight loss (mostly … Continue reading

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Benefits Of Essential Fatty Acids

Health Benefits of Essential Fatty Acids I share this information constantly. Quality sources of Essential Fatty Acids really do provide the amazing benefits mentioned below. EPA An Omega-3 essential fatty acid found in cold water fish Makes platelets less sticky … Continue reading

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Marketing Or Borrowed Science?

Dr. Stephen Chaney, PhD is part of our illustrious field team. His credentials include: BS in Biophysics Duke PHD, Biochemistry UCLA Prof Biochemistry & Biophysics in Dept of Nutrition, UNC Chapel Hill teaches Med Students. Runs an active Cancer Research … Continue reading

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