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Is Your Heart Getting Enough Vitamin D?

…heart disease. This adds to the growing number of other studies linking low blood levels of vitamin D with increased arterial stiffness and endothelial dysfunction, more fatal strokes, and even a higher risk of fatal cancer among patients with cardiovascular disease. So, how much vitamin D do you need…

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Warming Up When Your Hands and Feet Are Always Cold

…. This amino acid is the primary raw material for producing nitric oxide, which promotes normal blood vessel dilation. L-arginine reduces endothelial dysfunction and improves functional status in patients with coronary and/or lower extremity vascular blockages. Daily dosage: Try 2,000–3,000 mg three…

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