Clogged Arteries

Prevent Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…disease caused by inflammation. In the case of heart disease, it’s the arterial walls that get inflamed. Once they puff up from inflammation and all kinds of debris that accumulate in the arterial walls, they then get clogged, especially if you have a tendency to clot. Grounding can help to reduce…

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Heartfelt Lessons from an American Legend

…complications include a blot clot that travels somewhere else (an embolism) and gets lodged causing a heart attack, stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), or clogging of a graft. Kidney failure and congestive heart failure can also result. What are the takeaway lessons for you? * Prevention is always your best defense…

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Eating Healthier By Avoiding These 10 Foods

…love hotdogs too much to avoid them, I suggest opting for nitrite-free organic hot dogs. * Deep-fried foods. They’re loaded with trans-fatty, artery-clogging fats. For example with fish and chips, the deep frying completely negates the healing power of fish. A study showed that eating healthier, with…

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5 Surprising Heart Disease Risk Factors

…with CVD.” In a related study, cardiac researchers in Montreal performed three-dimensional ultrasound scans of arteries in 19 overweight patients with sleep apnea and stable coronary artery disease. They found a significant relationship between the frequency of apnea episodes and the volume of atherosclerotic…

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Heart-Healthy Foods That Benefit Other Conditions, Too

…positive impact on your ability to maintain optimal heart health. For example, asparagus helps to prevent damaging oxidation that can lead to clogged arteries, blueberries reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, wild salmon soothes inflammation in the blood vessels—and the list goes on from there…

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Foods High in Saturated Fat Aren’t the Enemy

…of cardiovascular health. Foods high in saturated fat also help to change your LDL cholesterol pattern, from small dense particles that can clog your arteries to large “fluffy” harmless LDL particles. Plus, a recent study at Harvard University concluded that, “greater saturated fat intake is associated…

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Boost Your Health with Cauliflower

…which are able to penetrate layers of cholesterol-laden plaque, reducing blood vessel inflammation and preventing blood-clotting deposits from clogging arteries. * Supports healthy digestion by supplying a full two grams of fiber per 100 calorie serving. Cauliflower also contains glucoraphin which helps…

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