Heart Health

Improve Your Heart Health Today

Improve Your Heart Health Today

If improving your overall health was one of your New Year's resolutions, there's no better place to start than your heart. This central organ works hard on your behalf, beating more than 100,000 times and pumping roughly 2,000 gallons of...

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Managing Your Cholesterol

Managing Your Cholesterol

Concerns about elevated cholesterol levels are common, especially as we age. Given the average American’s diet, these concerns are often well-founded. Even if you pay attention to your diet and exercise, though, you might not know much about the difference...

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Get Pumped About Heart Health

Get Pumped About Heart Health

Your heart is the MVP of your body’s circulatory system. It’s a complex organ made up of the atria and ventricle chambers that work tirelessly every day to pump approximately 2,000 gallons of oxygenated blood, nutrients and hormones throughout your...

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7 Lifestyle Changes That Support Heart Health

7 Lifestyle Changes That Support Heart Health

Last week we discussed four science-backed supplements that support heart health. This week we’re focusing on lifestyle and dietary changes that will have a big impact in helping you maintain a stronger, healthier heart. 1. Eat ‘good’ fats, not trans...

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Heart health supplements

4 Research Backed Heart Health Supplements

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death for men and women across the world, despite it being almost entirely avoidable. We’ve compiled a list of the top proven heart health supplements, along with recent scientific findings that back...

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How to Keep Your Heart Beating

How to Keep Your Heart Beating

How to Keep Your Heart Beating... until we come up with better ways to move your blood along! Your heart is a seemingly tireless organ that has beat about a billion times by the time you’re 30 years old. When...

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The New Understanding of Heart Disease

The New Understanding of Heart Disease

In order to learn how you can dramatically reduce your risk of a heart attack, it is important to understand the process of heart disease. Recent large-scale follow-up studies of patients, as well as new scanning technologies that provide an unprecedented clear view of what is actually going on in the coronary arteries, have completely changed our understanding of the disease.
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