Heart Health

Discover simple ways to improve your heart health. Read and learn about heart-healthy living, including how to reduce your risk of heart attack. Discover natural treatments which may help you to control blood pressure, cholesterol, and several heart diseases.

Home Remedies for Angina Relief
Angina is a specific form of chest pain that happens when the blood flow to the heart decreases. This usually comes about due to partial obstruction of one of the coronary arteries and results in pain, sensation of pressure, or having the chest squee... Read More
Easy Cardio Exercises for Seniors to Do at Home
It is natural for people to find themselves loosing stamina as they age. Aerobic capacity, muscle strength, and endurance all decline, but this is not an irreversible fate. Cardio exercises are an excellent means to improving stamina, controlling blo... Read More
Health Risks and Effects of Coffee
To say that coffee is popular is a spectacular understatement. Approximately 83% of all adults in the U.S. drink coffee and most have more than one cup each day. As a result of the drink’s proliferation, there has been a long-standing interest ... Read More
How Olive Leaf Extract Can Naturally Treat High Blood Pressure
Much like willow bark, olive leaves have been used in medicine for centuries. It has been documented in ancient texts across multiple cultures, including the Bible, as a versatile remedy capable of being used as a disinfectant, laxative, and more. Cu... Read More
How to Identify Congestive Heart Failure (and What to Do About It)
At the fundamental level, the heart is a pump. Blood is pumped from the heart to the lungs to get oxygen, sent back to the heart, and then sent everywhere else in the body. Unfortunately, the heart is not invulnerable. It can be subject to numerous f... Read More
Top 10 Natural Foods to Unclog Your Arteries
The other day my dad went to see his doctor. My dad was scheduled to receive results from his latest blood test, but they didn’t turn out as he had hoped. The doctor told my dad that he had high cholesterol. A previous test had revealed he also had... Read More
Busted: The Statin and Cholesterol Lie
I’d say I’m an honest guy. I always strive to tell the truth—or at least as much of it as I can uncover—to all of my readers. However, I can’t seem to say the same thing about some mainstream nutrition companies. Take, for instance, one of ... Read More
Why Post-Menopausal Women Have a Lower Risk of Heart Attacks than Men
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S.—so it’s natural for our heart health to become a more pressing concern as we get older. This can involve learning the symptoms of a heart attack, the steps needed to learn how to prevent a h... Read More
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