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The Heart Herbs: Hawthorn and Garlic

Posted February 19, 2014

Joseph has high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol levels–no symptoms yet, but he’s concerned because his dad died of a heart attack at 52. At 48, he is more fit than his dad was and more conscious about his diet. He eats more whole grains and vegetables, more fish and chicken–red meat only occasionally, and he doesn’t smoke. His downfall, if he were to admit it, is his job.

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Hawthorn for the Heart

Posted February 14, 2014

The best-known herb for the heart in western herbalism is Hawthorn, which is a small tree or shrub that grows throughout the northern hemisphere. The fruits, flowers, and leaves are processed into tinctures and other kinds of extracts available in capsules or tablets in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

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Hawthorn for the Heart

Posted January 29, 2013

The best-known herb for the heart in western herbalism is Hawthorn, which is a small tree or shrub that grows throughout the northern hemisphere. The fruits, flowers, and leaves are processed into tinctures and other kinds of extracts available in capsules or tablets in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

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Hawthorn for the Heart

Posted January 20, 2013

The best-known herb for the heart in western herbalism is Hawthorn, which is a small tree or shrub that grows throughout the northern hemisphere. The fruits, flowers, and leaves are processed into tinctures and other kinds of extracts available in capsules or tablets in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

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Five Healthy Reasons to Eat Kale

Posted April 30, 2012

Kale is a vegetable that flaunts its beautiful green puckered leaves so well, it can rouse just about anyones curiosity. Not only is kale a vibrant and healthy leafy green, kale is a tasty green as well. Some may find kale to be a bit chewy, but this just adds to its character. Kale Contains Lutein and Vitamin A.

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The Vitamin You’re Probably NOT Getting Enough Of

Posted April 30, 2012

What vitamin do we need in amounts up to 25 times higher than the government recommends for us to be healthy? What vitamin deficiency affects over half of the population, is almost never diagnosed, and has been linked to many cancers, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic muscle pain, bone loss, and autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis?

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6 Essential Supplements for Heart Health

Posted April 30, 2012

Healthy eating and regular, moderate exercise are the core of heart disease prevention. But some nutritional supplements can help improve your cholesterol, reduce the formation of fatty plaque and clots, and keep blood vessels flexible. Here are six supplements worth considering.

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How Not To Put On Weight During Thanksgiving – 15 Useful Suggestions

Posted April 30, 2012

Nutritionists estimate that the average Thanksgiving meal ranges from 3,000 to 5,000 calories. If our daily needs should not exceed between 1,600 to 2,400 calories, it is not surprising that people complain about weight gain during the holidays. However, it is not the meal’s core that makes you put on the pounds, but rather the nice trimmings and goodies that come with it.

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Giving to others leads to a happier and healthier life

Posted April 30, 2012

A study review finds giving gifts at Christmas – or anytime – can lead to a happier and healthier life. Stephen G. Post, Ph.D., Professor of Preventive Medicine, Head of the Division of Medicine in Society, and Director, Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics, Stony Brook University School of Medicine conducted an investigation of research that revealed giving not only helps others but it also fosters personal well-being.

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The Fundamental Importance of Water in Life and as Therapy

Posted April 30, 2012

Experts keep warning us about the importance of drinking enough water in a day, and now more reasons are emerging why we should do this. Even mild dehydration can have quite serious health consequences, say researchers from the University of Connecticuts Human Performance Laboratory.

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