Tag Archives: Heart Attack

What Is CoQ10 For?

COENZYME Q10 provides energy for cell growth and cell maintenance. It is a valuable antioxidant that is normally produced by all cells in the body, but is much more abundant in the heart, liver and immune system. We PRODUCE LESS … Continue reading

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Myths – Which ones do you believe?

There are many myths about food and nutrition today. Those about fats are some of the most confusing. Myth: Saturated fat clogs the arteries. Truth: 74 percent of the fats found in artery clogs are unsaturated with 41 percent polyunsaturated. … Continue reading

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Homocysteine – More than just a heart health indicator!

Homocysteine is an important indicator of cardiovascular health. High levels of homocysteine in the blood have been liked to increased risk of coronary artery disease, stroke, and venous blood clots even among people with normal cholesterol levels. Abnormal homocysteine levels … Continue reading

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Syndrome X – A Fancy Name for Bad Diet

Syndrome X, or insulin resistance syndrome is a cluster of symptoms that increase risk of heart disease. These symptoms have nothing to do with high cholesterol yet have proven very significant in terms of predicting risk of heart attacks. First … Continue reading

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