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Coffee may be Good for Blood Circulation

Posted November 30, 2013

Love your cup of coffee? Here is one more reason to love it even more – a recent research reveals coffee may have beneficial effects on circulation. The Japanese study, presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2013 in Dallas, found that caffeinated coffee improves circulation in small blood vessels of healthy individuals, as compared to decaffeinated coffee.

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Top heart-smart foods for cleaning arteries, supporting healthy circulation and building cardio

Posted June 26, 2013

Certain specific foods in each food group are known for cleaning arteries, promoting a healthy circulatory system, preventing heart disease, and reducing blood pressure. Add these foods to your diet to manage your weight and build a healthy heart and circulatory system. Check out the following recommendations and choose organic as much as possible to obtain the highest levels of nutrients without chemicals, pesticides and GMOs.

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What Is Dry Brushing? The Natural Way To Exfoliate Skin, Improve Circulation and (Maybe) Eliminate Toxins

Posted January 9, 2013

Have you heard of dry brushing? It’s an exfoliation technique that can supposedly help your body to eliminate toxins, increase circulation, tighten loose skin, and more. Some people even say it can help with cellulite and weight loss (we’re a little skeptical about that, though).

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Regular exercise improves health of people with long-term kidney disease

Posted April 30, 2012

There are many reasons why people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) often lose fitness and have increasing difficulty performing normal daily tasks, but new research shows scientific evidence for the benefits of regular exercise for people with CKD, including those with a kidney transplant. They can improve their physical fitness, walk further, have healthier blood pressures, healthier heart rates, higher health-related quality of life scores and better nutritional characteristics compared to those who don’t exercise.

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