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Statin Scam: People with Higher Cholesterol Live Longer than People with Low Cholesterol !

Here is a fact that has been known for fairly a long time, but it is still news to many people: People with higher cholesterol levels live longer than people with lower cholesterol levels. Read that again, slowly, and no, it is not a typo.
by Health Tips And Tricks on Sep 27, 2014

People with diabetes who appear otherwise healthy may have a six-fold higher risk of developing heart failure regardless of their cholesterol levels

In nearly 50 percent of people with diabetes in their study, researchers employing an ultra-sensitive test were able to identify minute levels of a protein released into the blood when heart cells die. The finding suggests that people with...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Sep 12, 2014

Dangers of Prolonged Sitting

Stock images, freedigitalphotos.com If you are a person who is prone to sit for a long time, then it would be in your best interest to read this post. Sitting for long periods of time can lead to many scary diseases. Short walksA recent study ha...
by healthyhomosapien on Sep 11, 2014

Thousands Sue for Damages Against Cholesterol Drugs !

The 0 billion dollar cholesterol-lowering statin drug industry is under attack, as thousands of Americans are filing lawsuits against the manufacturers of cholesterol-lowering drugs such as Lipitor. Research continues to confirm just how dangero...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Sep 8, 2014

HDL Cholesterol As It Relates To Olive Oil

By Paula Hess It’s clear that whether you want to build a strong diet for yourself, there are certain foods you should be aware of. You have to make certain that there are certain foods that your body can utilize in order to help lower choleste...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Sep 2, 2014

Van deze gezondste groene bladgroenten zou je best meer eten

Groenten zijn onmisbaar om je gezondheid in stand te houden en je natuurlijke weerstand te verhogen. Dit laatste is vooral belangrijk om je te wapenen tegen allerlei aandoeningen maar ook tegen verkoudheden en griep. Vooral groene bladgroenten zijn r...
by Leefnugezonder on Sep 2, 2014

New Cholesterol Drug Could Cut Strokes and Heart Attacks in Half

Good news has come to light for patients in the battle against cholesterol. An experimental trial by Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has proven to cut the number of heart attacks and strokes almost in half. The clinical trial was analysed retros...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Sep 1, 2014

Stroke

Stroke is the 4th leading cause of death in the United States. Nearly 130,000 people are killed by stroke each year, which equal to one person dying every 4 minutes. All cultures and races are affected by stroke; however, African-Americans have a hig...
by hBestCompounding Pharmacy on Aug 20, 2014

5 Simple Tips to Boost Your Energy Level

In November of 2012, I woke up one day and realized that I was flat out EXHAUSTED. I felt as if I were walking through life with my arms and legs strapped with 10lb weights. Life was not easy. Everything little thing, from dishes to laundry to just b...
by The Bold Abode on Aug 19, 2014

The Benefits of Chromium

Chromium is an important mineral for good overall health; and although the mineral can be obtained from multiple food sources, it is also available in supplement form. While supplementation may not always be needed, there are still several benefits t...
by The Healthy Haven by iHerb on Aug 16, 2014

The Benefits of Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang is a popular essential oil that boasts many potential healing properties. It has a sweet somewhat jasmine-like fragrance from its exotic flower, Cananga orderata. The properties of oils found in plants such as Ylang Ylang may enhance the...
by The Healthy Haven by iHerb on Aug 12, 2014

Watermelon lowers the risk of heart disease

  (Healingtalks) Research show that drinking watermelon juice lowers plague, unclogs arteries, and helps with many other ailments. This should be seen in the light of the fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US. In turn,...
by Healing Talks on Aug 7, 2014

Alert, High Cholesterol Causes Difficult to Have Babies

Musjack.com – Having a child is the desire of every married couple. There are couples who blessed the baby immediately, but there is also a waiting many years for the sake of the presence of a baby. Several factors determine pregnancy, one of w...

More Medical Evidence Indicates That Statin Drugs Like Lipitor Can Cause New-Onset Type 2 Diabetes

Benefit / Risk Assessment Of Statins Like Lipitor May Depend On Whether It Is A Medically Necessary Drug Therapy For The Particular Patient (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) There is an ongoing debate in the medical community about whether...
by Drug Injury Watch on Aug 1, 2014

Cooked Tomatoes Help Fight Bad Cholesterol (Just as Good as Statins)

Generally speaking, the less cooked a vegetable (or in this case, a berry), the better. Raw is nearly always preferable to cooked for retaining nutritional value. When it comes to the tomato, however, the cholesterol-fighting antioxidant lycopen...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Jul 25, 2014

2 quick ways to make cheese that always succeed

We will simply review our recipes that you may find several recipes that use cheese . That’s because we find several variations that fit well with various dishes of many kinds. Cheese is a very versatile ingredient , may be part of an appetizer...

Cholesterol and Heart Disease

How does a diet  high in saturated fat causes high cholesterol? It’s not known exactly, yet here’s the theory: When we eat fat and cholesterol, it goes to the liver. Then it is shipped around to the places it needs … Continue readi...
by Health and Fitness on Jul 14, 2014

Fix Fasting Cholesterol Levels

Musjack.com – For centuries, humans do fasting as a self-cleaning behavior to healthy physical, mental, spiritual. In this modern era more and more research evidence reinforces the healthy benefits of fasting. It should be improved cholesterol...

Easy Non-Alcohol Summer Drink

Lemonade is an all too common summer drink. I had tried many lemonade variations - strawberry, watermelon, peach, and pomegranates. All turned out pleasingly great. This summer, I wanted to try something different. Here is an easy non-alcohol summer...
by Three Wisdoms on Jun 28, 2014

The Tomato Pill: Possible Cardiovascular Support?

Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that gives tomatoes their rich red color and is thought to protect the body’s cells from damage. A “tomato pill” has been developed, which scientists believe may have health benefits. The origins o...
by The Healthy Haven by iHerb on Jun 20, 2014


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