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High Cholesterol Foods to Avoid

More than 102 million American adults have total cholesterol levels at or above 200 mg/dl which is considered unhealthy. Approximately 35 million of these people have levels of 240 mg/dl or higher putting

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L-arginine and Blood Pressure

Fighting high blood pressure seems like a never-ending battle. Without taking the right steps, it can also be dangerous. More and more folks are beginning to realize l-arginine can offer significant help

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Increase Nitric Oxide, Surprising Benefits of this Key Molecule

When it comes to our health as we age, there is one molecule worth paying a little more attention to. Nitric oxide. Nitric oxide (NO) is one of the most important molecules for blood vessel and therefore

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Take Care of Your Heart, What Can You Do Daily?

The best way you can take care of your heart is by living a healthy lifestyle.  While that may seem like it is obvious, more and more people fail to live a healthy lifestyle, and many folks aren’t

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How to Keep a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle at Your Summer Celebrations

Summer is here! To many people, summer means vacations, spending time at the pool or beach, family reunions, barbeques, boating, camping, tennis, golf, and other recreational activities. Here are some

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What Does Nitric Oxide Mean to Your Workouts?

If you’re working out regularly, whether it primarily a cardio workout, a strength-training workout, or a combination, you’ve probably heard of nitric oxide. Joseph Priestly first identified

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7 Signs You Need More Potassium in Your Diet

A national survey found that approximately 98% of Americans are not meeting the recommended potassium intake by the FDA. Potassium is a key mineral when it comes to blood pressure and heart health. While

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How Many Days of Exercise Does the Heart Need?

A recent study published in The Journal of Physiology found different amounts of weekly exercise had varied effects on middle and central arteries. As people age, their arteries begin to stiffen, which

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Heart Disease Still the No.1 Killer of Women

In the U.S., 1 in 3 women is expected to die of heart disease this year and heart disease continues to be the number one killer of women. Statistics from 2017 show that 47.7% of women have some form of

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12 Surprising Risks that Lead to Heart Disease

Many people know the common risks for heart disease such as family history, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, being overweight, and smoking. It turns out there may be more risk factors than you realize. Related:

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