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Heart Disease Risk Factors

There are so many heart disease risk factors it’s hard to keep them all straight. Some are beyond your control, like family history. Others are within your sphere of influence, lifestyle choices

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How to change your eating habits

Changing our eating habits is hard. Once we’ve become used to our diet routine, we tend to stick with it – even if it’s unhealthy for us. “Over time, habits become automatic, learned behaviors,

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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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Walking and High Blood Pressure

It’s just a walk. Or is it? Every step you take is part of your journey to good heart health. If you pick up the pace to a brisk walk that’s even better. Recommended: Learn More about the Benefits

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L-arginine Benefits

Discover the Unmatched Benefits of Taking L-arginineWhat is L-arginine Plus and What Can if Do for Your Heart and Health? Read More about the Anti-Aging Benefits Read More about the Workout

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Moderate Physical Activity Linked with Lower Risk for Cardiovascular Death

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the “percent of adults 18 years of age and over who met the Physical Activity Guidelines for aerobic physical activity” is only 49.2%.”

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Mediterranean Diet May Be Better than Statins

Dieting is one of the best ways to prevent high blood pressure or to lower it. Eating a well-balanced diet low in sodium, cholesterol, and fat can help your heart health. A new study has found that the

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Foods that Hurt Your Heart

It isn’t new knowledge that obesity rates are high in the U.S.–affecting nearly one out of three Americans. Even worse is that heart disease kills one out of four people each year. Poor dieting

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Low Sodium Cooking – Keys to Eating Less Salt

More than 90% of Americans are eating far too much salt on a daily basis than recommended, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Many Americans have diets high in sodium with added

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New Nutrition Labels and Your Heart

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced that they will be changing nutrition labels in order to better help the public to read and understand them better. New Nutrition Labels and Your

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