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Beyond Bypass and Chelation for Heart Problems and Cardiovascular Disease By Jacob Swilling
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This book describes factors leading to the state of degeneration including depletion of minerals, poor nutrition, depleted level of oxygen, stress, environmental and chemical pollution. The book... More > emphasizes that correcting these factors will remove risk of recurrence, hasten recovery and the body will return to good health and enjoy longevity. An important message is that chelation is a more natural first option. However, unless the origin is corrected, the disease process continues causing the condition to recur and present more serious health problems. This message leads to the importance of a lifestyle change, a new consciousness of a self help take charge implementing a support program to maximize the outcome of chelation and return to good health.< Less
Beyond Bypass and Chelation for Heart Problems and Cardiovascular Disease By Jacob Swilling
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This book describes factors leading to the state of degeneration including depletion of minerals, poor nutrition, depleted level of oxygen, stress, environmental and chemical pollution. The book... More > emphasizes that correcting these factors will remove risk of recurrence, hasten recovery and the body will return to good health and enjoy longevity. An important message is that chelation is a more natural first option. However, unless the origin is corrected, the disease process continues causing the condition to recur and present more serious health problems. This message leads to the importance of a lifestyle change, a new consciousness of a self help take charge implementing a support program to maximize the outcome of chelation and return to good health.< Less
Hi-Yield Compendium: Cardiology By Lori A Dolinski, MSc, PhD, DO
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The Hi-Yield Compendium: Cardiology provides excellent cardiology review for Steps 2 and 3 of the USMLE and COMLEX. The major cardiologic disease states are covered, providing review of etiologies... More > and risk factors, diagnostic technologies, including screening, confirmatory, and gold standard tests, and management and treatment modalities. Health maintenance fundamentals and preventive medicine measures as they relate to cardiovascular health are also included for optimal boards preparation. For those taking COMLEX, osteopathic principles relevant to heart health are integrated into the text.< Less
Natural Antioxidants and Weight Loss: Anti-Obesity and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Polyphenol Extracts from Fruits and Herbs By PharmTao.com (Editor)
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Polyphenols are chemicals found in many plants. Polyphenols are usually antioxidants that can protect cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Many polyphenols have anti-obesity... More > activities and are beneficial for weight loss. Aging and obesity may lead to inflammatory and oxidative conditions. Inflammation and oxidative stress are also important pathological factors in obesity-related diseases such as diabetes, fatty liver, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. Polyphenol extracts from fruits and herbs such as apples and green tea can inhibit inflammation, lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels, and reduce risks of heart diseases. These natural antioxidants can be used as dietary supplements without evident adverse effects. The latest discoveries and studies of cellular and molecular mechanisms of such polyphenols suggest that they can be potential agents for the treatment of obesity and associated diseases. (Journal of Personalized and Systems Medicine)< Less
Heart Health With Natural Medicine By Dr. Heather B. Fox
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Heart Health With Natural Medicine by Dr. Heather Fox, helps you understand! • Achieve Optimal Health with Bioenergetic Medicine • Newest Risk Factors and Most Important Tests you ... More > should ask for • Which ‘Food’ entered our Diets in 1911 causing more damage to Heart Health than anything else in history • Specific Nutritional Supplements to help you avoid Drugs and Surgery. • Which Blood Thinners are no longer considered safe or useful according to the American Heart Association and should be discontinued as ‘Treatment’? Drugs still commonly prescribed every day in Canada. • How do Statin drugs for cholesterol damage the heart and what are your alternatives to these often dangerous drugs • Cholesterol is NOT the Bad Guy!< Less
The Insider's Guide to a Healthy Heart By Kimberly Harlow
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A healthy diet and regular exercise are important steps in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. In addition, a new and complete heart health product has been developed that combines the known... More > benefits of doctor-recommended, low-dose aspirin with heart health vitamins and other supplements. These ingredients have been clinically shown to reduce the chances of heart attack and stroke, and may help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels and help manage other cardio risk factors. With this ebook discover: - Secret Strategies to Improve Your Heart - 6 Little Known Ways To Make The Most Out Of a Healthy Heart - Important Facts About Heart Disease - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
99 Easy Health Tips By Joy Renkins
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Maintain a well balanced diet for a healthy living. A well balanced diet is eating different kinds of nutritious foods in proportion. It will boost your energy and will improve your welfare. ... More > Excessive as well as deficiency of specific vitamins and minerals can also cause undesirable effects to your health. Be conscious on how much salt you take in during snacks and meals. The table salt is sodium chloride which is widely used as flavor enhancer. High sodium intake is a risk factor for diseases like high blood, heartburn, osteoporosis and other cardiovascular diseases. Limit sodium intake by just reducing your consumption of salty foods without taking the option of salt substitutes.< Less