Who needs meds? Simple potassium may lower blood pressure more safely than prescription drugs

Eating foods high in potassium — such as fruits, vegetables, grains and roots — may help lower blood pressure levels, a recent analysis revealed. According to the review, higher dietary potassium intake was associated with significant reductions in blood pressure regardless of sodium intake. Data also show that high potassium consumption curbs blood pressure by … Continue reading Who needs meds? Simple potassium may lower blood pressure more safely than prescription drugs

CoQ10 helps relieve symptoms of congestive heart failure, prevents premature death in patients

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is one of the most popular dietary supplements in the United States. Extensive studies suggest that the antioxidant properties of CoQ10 can be utilized for the treatment of cardiovascular conditions. A recent review published in Circulation: Heart Failure found that CoQ10 supplementation can reduce the risk of premature death in patients with heart failure. CoQ10 supplementation also … Continue reading CoQ10 helps relieve symptoms of congestive heart failure, prevents premature death in patients

The greatest Benefit of Dark Field Live Blood Analysis – Health Prevention

Very few people were born with high cholesterol levels or high blood pressure. It is an acquired condition. But why do so many people suffer from it today? The answer is simple - it is a multi billion dollar business. Just imagine there was a way to bring cholesterol and blood pressure levels back to … Continue reading The greatest Benefit of Dark Field Live Blood Analysis – Health Prevention

Potassium Bicarbonate

  This is the bicarbonate formula I am recommending because it satisfies my need for bicarbonate, potassium and magnesium. Both sodium bicarbonate and potassium bicarbonate are sources of carbon dioxide. When we increase CO2 levels blood vessels dilate, which tends to bring the blood pressure down even when some salt is consumed. A chemical element, atomic number 19, atomic … Continue reading Potassium Bicarbonate

Run From Your Statin Recommending Cardiologist

There are new guidelines coming out of the world of cardiology from the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology proving once and for all that cardiologists are idiots or worse. They simply, en mass, have abandoned their right to call themselves doctors. I really do not know what to call them but it would be … Continue reading Run From Your Statin Recommending Cardiologist

Statin Disaster, Heart Disease and Magnesium

There is not enough evidence to support the practice of western medicine as it is presently practiced. The entire system of medicine in the United States is broken, not only because the toxic medicines they use kill so many people but also because the insurance programs that fund expensive medicine do not work as effective … Continue reading Statin Disaster, Heart Disease and Magnesium

Understanding, Treating and Preventing Heart Disease

This is an introduction to a series of articles on the heart. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Economic Burden of Illness in Canada report, cardiovascular disease-related physician care, hospital care, and drugs is the largest burden on the health system. It is the same throughout the first world. Cardiovascular disease is the … Continue reading Understanding, Treating and Preventing Heart Disease

Healthy Heart Tips: 17 Ways to a Happy Heart

Source: Healthy Heart Tips: 17 Ways to a Happy Heart by Dr. Edward Group The human heart is an organ that we all cherish, and for good reason! Be it the rush of love or the pumping of blood, our hearts are our life force. Yet the leading cause of death in the world is not … Continue reading Healthy Heart Tips: 17 Ways to a Happy Heart

How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication

  Source: How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication by Dr. Edward Group The body needs cholesterol to make hormones and vitamins and to digest food. But too much of this waxy substance – particularly the “bad" LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol – can attach to the walls of arteries and limit or block the flow of … Continue reading How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication

Vagus Nerve – Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability

In the brilliant scientific paper, ‘The pulse of inflammation: heart rate variability, the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway and implications for therapy,’ Dr. Jared M. Huston, Department of Surgery, Stony Brook University Medical Center discovered a neural control circuit that acts to keep the body’s cytokine production, and therefore inflammatory response, in check.[1] During the 1990s, the … Continue reading Vagus Nerve – Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability