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Complete Medical Guide and Prevention for Heart Disease: Volume VI; Atherosclerosis By Peter Anderson
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Cardiopathy, commonly known as cardiac disease or heart disease, is an hyponym for a various diseases affecting the heart. Since 2007, it is one of the major cause of death in the United States,... More > Canada and some European countries such as England and Wales, representing about 25.4% of the total deaths in the United States. A regular electrical system and pumping capabilities of heart can be interrupted by heart disease. Diseases and statuses of the heart's muscle cause a heart difficult to work properly. Complete Medical Guide For Heart Diseases Volume VI; Atherosclerosis provides you main concepts and information about heart diseases such as cause of diseases, treatment, prevention and how to live with disease. All data were analyzed and proved by medical professionals from National Health Institute. You will understand more about heart diseases when you finish reading this book.< Less
Reversing Heart Disease for $90 a Month By Daniel Cobb
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This book will tell you about the world’s very best treatment for arteriosclerosis (aka hardening of the arteries via plaque deposits). It doesn’t involve drugs or surgery, primarily... More > requires commonly available nutritional supplements and almost always substantially improves the patient’s condition inside of a month. This therapy has been around for more than 50 years years, has been effective in tens of thousands of cases, and has been championed by Linus Pauling, who was a two-time recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. The supplements usually cost less than $90 per month and the major side-effect is that you become more resistant to colds and flu.< Less
Reversing Heart Disease for $90 a Month V.3 By Daniel Cobb
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This book will tell you about the world’s very best treatment for arteriosclerosis (aka hardening of the arteries via plaque deposits). It doesn’t involve drugs or surgery, primarily... More > requires commonly available nutritional supplements and almost always substantially improves the patient’s condition inside of a month. This therapy has been around for more than 50 years years, has been effective in tens of thousands of cases, and has been championed by Linus Pauling, who was a two-time recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. The supplements usually cost less than $90 per month and the major side-effect is that you become more resistant to colds and flu.< Less
POMEGRANATE By Jose Briceno
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This book details the physiological processes leading to atherosclerosis and the beneficial effects of pomegranate consumption. The book then presents a research proposal to study the effects of a... More > pomegranate extract intake on coronary blood flow.< Less
Lowering Your Cholesterol By Christine Cole
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This audio helps you with your cholesterol regardless of how severe your situation is. Some simple and commonsense changes can make a huge difference in your cholesterol readings. Some of the best... More > changes are natural, simple and easy to implement.< Less
A Sticky Situation By Robert Turner
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Fructose in the sugar found in most of our processed foods turns to fat inside us and stimulates the formation of dangerous advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Our ateries attract these AGEs and... More > they become part of the dangerous plaque causing heart attack and stroke. Glycation is a distinct danger to diabetics and also contributes to many cancers, osteoporosis, dementia, and a host of other degenerative diseases plaguing our society. Here is the how and why of glycation with suggestions to minimise the personal risk.< Less
A Sticky Situation By Robert Turner
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Fructose in the sugar found in most of our processed foods turns to fat inside us and stimulates the formation of dangerous advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Our ateries attract these AGEs and... More > they become part of the dangerous plaque causing heart attack and stroke. Glycation is a distinct danger to diabetics and also contributes to many cancers, osteoporosis, dementia, and a host of other degenerative diseases plaguing our society. Here is the how and why of glycation with suggestions to minimise the personal risk.< Less
The Inflammation Pathway from Cholesterol to Aging - Medications and Plants that prevent and treat Aging, Cardiovascular Disease, Osteoporosis, Arthritis, Type-2 Diabetes, Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease By Sota Omoigui MD
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The Inflammation Pathway has been identified after extensive research of the medical literature, as the key trigger for Aging and many disorders associated with Aging including Heart Disease, Stroke,... More > Skin Wrinkles, Type 2 Diabetes, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Osteoporosis, Arthritis and certain types of Cancers. Statin drugs act on a small branch of this pathway but yet have led to a significant decrease in mortality from Heart Disease, Stroke, Type 2 Diabetes and Dementia. Statins reduce the incidence of Arthritis and certain types of Cancers and can increase bone density and treat osteoporosis by acting on this same pathway. Dr Sota Omoigui in a major breakthrough has identified the exact way that statins and bisphosphonate medications block a minor branch of this inflammatory pathway. Dr Sota Omoigui has identified key plant compounds that are available today and described a road map for new drugs that can block this inflammation pathway far more effectively than any Statin medication available today.< Less
The Inflammation Pathway from Cholesterol to Aging - Medications and Plants that prevent and treat Aging, Cardiovascular Disease, Osteoporosis, Arthritis, Type-2 Diabetes, Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease By Sota Omoigui MD
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The Inflammation Pathway has been identified after extensive research of the medical literature, as the key trigger for Aging and many disorders associated with Aging including Heart Disease, Stroke,... More > Skin Wrinkles, Type 2 Diabetes, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Osteoporosis, Arthritis and certain types of Cancers. Statin drugs act on a small branch of this pathway but yet have led to a significant decrease in mortality from Heart Disease, Stroke, Type 2 Diabetes and Dementia. Statins reduce the incidence of Arthritis and certain types of Cancers and can increase bone density and treat osteoporosis by acting on this same pathway. Dr Sota Omoigui in a major breakthrough has identified the exact way that statins and bisphosphonate medications block a minor branch of this inflammatory pathway. Dr Sota Omoigui has identified key plant compounds that are available today and described a road map for new drugs that can block this inflammation pathway far more effectively than any Statin medication available today.< Less
Weight Loss and Anti-Obesity Effects of Natural Saponins Extracted from Herbs and Foods (Journal of Personalized and Systems Medicine) By PharmTao.com (Editor)
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Obesity is a serious health problem globally. However, only a few medications are available on the market, and their long-term safety is still unknown. Pancreatic lipase activity is related to the... More > source of excess calories. Natural dietary supplements such as herbal extracts that can serve as pancreatic lipase inhibitors have been considered promising candidates for weight loss and anti-obesity. For example, herbs such as ginseng have been found useful for the management of metabolic syndromes. Saponins isolated from these herbs may have significant weight loss effects. Many of these saponins have both anti-diabetes and anti-obesity properties. They can inhibit pancreatic lipase and delay the intestinal absorption of dietary fat. Many also have anti-inflammatory properties. Some can control blood pressure and reduce risks of cardiovascular diseases. They can be potential therapeutics for healing obesity-related diseases including hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and atherosclerosis.< Less