Cardiovascular

9 Signs Your Heart Isn’t Working Well

9 Signs Your Heart Isn’t Working WellClogged heart arteries are still the number-one cause of death in the United States. Although heart attack symptoms can be a scary first sign of trouble, sometimes the body offers up more subtle clues that something is amiss with your ticker. The following is a list of symptoms that might be worth a chat with... Read More »

5 Health Problems Linked to Low Vitamin-D

5 Health Problems Linked to Low Vitamin-DYou probably know that the primary source of vitamin D is right outside your door and up in the sky. The sun helps synthesize vitamin D in the skin — promoting the growth of strong muscles and bones, lowering blood pressure, easing fibromyalgia pain, preventing allergic diseases, and slowing the progression of multiple sclerosis. But just... Read More »

7 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure

7 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure“When your heart pumps blood through the blood vessels, the blood pushes against the walls of your blood vessels. This creates blood pressure. Your body needs blood pressure to move the blood throughout your body, so every part of your body can get the oxygen it needs (heart.org).” High blood pressure cannot be cured, but it can be... Read More »

Saturated Fats: The Forbidden Food You Should Never Stop Eating

Saturated Fats: The Forbidden Food You Should Never Stop EatingConventional doctors believe that consumption of saturated animal fats is bad for you and causes heart disease. But a hundred years ago, fewer people were obese, and coronary heart disease was unknown. Further, a number of indigenous tribes around the world are living proof that a high-saturated fat diet equates to low mortality from heart... Read More »

Feeling Tired, Achy or Foggy? This could be the cause!

Feeling Tired, Achy or Foggy? This could be the cause!What does a stubbed toe or a splinter in a finger have to do with your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, suffering a heart attack or succumbing to colon cancer? More than you might think. As scientists delve deeper into the fundamental causes of those and other illnesses, they are starting to see links to... Read More »

Take Care of Your Heart This Winter

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) is the number one cause of death worldwide. Around 18 million people die each year from CVDs, an estimated 31% of all deaths worldwide. Seasonal variation in morbidity and mortality due to CVDs has been noted in countries both north and south of the equator, with higher incidence rates during the winter than in... Read More »