Natural remedies for clean arteries: Prevent cardiovascular disease with these 7 foods

Natural remedies for clean arteries: Prevent cardiovascular disease with these 7 foods By Melissa Smith for Prevention The arteries are an important component of the cardiovascular system. They carry oxygen-rich blood away from the heart to be distributed to the rest of the body, while the veins transport blood back to the heart. This mechanism ensures the proper functioning of many vital organs. However, the arteries can become clogged and narrowed due to the buildup of plaque, resulting in a condition called atherosclerosis. Protect your arteries with the following foods that can help…

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5 All-Natural Ways To Lower Blood Pressure And Avoid Medication

5 All-Natural Ways To Lower Blood Pressure And Avoid Medication by: Susan Patterson for Off the Grid News Millions of Americans are plagued with what is often called the “silent killer” — high blood pressure. Often, elevated blood pressure goes entirely unnoticed and undiagnosed until it is too late. Hypertension occurs when the force of blood against artery walls rises. During this process, the heart kicks into overdrive trying to pump blood throughout the body. Some people inevitably suffer from a genetic predisposition to elevated blood pressure. Nevertheless, others experience this…

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Availability Of Fast Food Linked With More Heart Attacks

Availability Of Fast Food Linked With More Heart Attacks from Natural Blaze Areas with a higher number of fast food restaurants have more heart attacks, according to research presented at CSANZ 2019.1 The study also found that for every additional fast food outlet, there were four additional heart attacks per 100,000 people each year. The 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ) takes place 8 to 11 August in Adelaide, Australia. The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and CSANZ are holding joint scientific…

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Add these 8 nutrient-packed foods to your diet

Add these 8 nutrient-packed foods to your diet by: Evangelyn Rodriguez for Natural News According to the World Health Organization (WHO), good nutrition is the cornerstone of good health. Good nutrition entails an adequate, well-balanced diet complemented with regular physical activity. The major systems of the body all rely on good nutrition to function properly. Poor nutrition results in impaired immunity, physical and mental development, and productivity. To ensure that you get good nutrition, start by adding these nutrient-rich foods to your diet. 8 Foods that promote good nutrition Nutrients are food components that provide nourishment to the body. There are two…

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New Natural News book offers drugless solutions to preventing, reversing heart disease

New Natural News book offers drugless solutions to preventing, reversing heart disease by: Evangelyn Rodriguez for Natural News Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Every year, more than half a million Americans die because of heart disease – the majority of whom are claimed by coronary heart disease (CHD), the most common type of heart disease and one of the main causes of heart attack. (Related: Learn how to nurture and maintain a healthy heart without the…

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What If Charity Replaced Taxation?

What If Charity Replaced Taxation? by Jean Vilbert via Alt-Market GNN Note – When I was a child government didn’t provide welfare like it does today. The churches, community organizations and people helping people was the norm. It was a hand up not a hand out. When I was born my parents were living in what is known today as Section 8 housing – government subsidized. My dad was a fireman and my mom worked part time at the hospital. We, my parents and older brother, moved into a cracker-box…

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Antibiotics for 2 Months Increase Stroke and Heart Attack Risk

Antibiotics for 2 Months Increase Stroke and Heart Attack Risk by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Using antibiotics for an extended period of time during middle-age or later may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in women. The finding comes from a study published in the European Heart Journal, which revealed women aged 60 and over who used antibiotics for two months or longer had significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease, including heart attack and stroke, compared to women who did not.1 According to a press release2 by the researchers, the results…

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