Another young person who was perfectly healthy before getting “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) has died following her second injection of the poison. Nineteen-year-old Simone Scott was a freshman at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., when she decided to do her part to help “flatten the curve” by getting needled with Moderna’s two-dose mRNA injection. After receiving her … Continue reading Covid vaccine forced 19-year-old student into HEART TRANSPLANT, killing her within days
As it turns out, dietary fiber isn’t just good for the digestive system — it’s also good for the heart. This is according to Cristiane Mayerhofer of Oslo University Hospital in Norway, who proposed that heart failure patients who consume more dietary fiber tend to have healthier gut bacteria. A healthy gut microbiota is associated with a reduced risk of … Continue reading Exploring the ”gut-heart” connection: Can heart failure be treated by boosting gut microbiota health?
Heart failure leads to many complications, especially in the cardiovascular system, but research suggests it could also lead to mental health problems. Heart failure patients often suffer from depression and cognitive impairment, and researchers from Canada have uncovered why these problems occur. Their findings were published in the journal Scientific Reports. Researchers from the University of Guelph in Ontario and … Continue reading The emotional side of heart failure: Why do heart failure patients become depressed?
Heart disease is caused by problems related to the arteries. The narrowing or blockage of these blood vessels, which deliver blood to and from the heart, can cause significant damage and result in heart attack, chest pain, or stroke. Because the cholesterol that builds up along the walls of the arteries comes mostly from food, an … Continue reading What you eat plays a large role in protecting your heart, protect yourself with Natural News’ latest book release
In this age of stressful living, rest is like life-giving oxygen that recharges us and makes us ready to face all of the day’s challenges. Rest promotes brain function. It keeps us in the pink of health. It lowers stress and promotes sleep. Nowhere is this more important than in heart failure patients suffering from … Continue reading Heart failure patients require restorative rest; treating sleep disorders provides cardiovascular benefits
A recent case study involving a young Serbian man with end-stage heart failure has shed new light on the potential of chelation therapy to fully remediate certain serious health conditions without the need for major surgery. Published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports, the paper focuses specifically on juvenile hemochromatosis, a rare genetic disorder characterized by the … Continue reading Young man with end stage heart failure found to have too much iron in his blood; successfully reversed with chelation therapy