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Three Tips for Detoxifying

…completely avoid all of these toxins, detoxifying helps you cleanse your body of the daily onslaught of chemicals, environmental pollutants, and heavy metals. Do This The simplest detox technique is sweating, which discharges chemical and heavy metal toxins embedded in subcutaneous fat. Exercise, obviously…

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Cardiology Terminology: Chelation

…improve his high mercury level. While we won’t know if his body received any benefits other than some possible chelating and detoxification of heavy metals, Dr. Sinatra did notice that he was very fatigued the night of and day after his sessions. Whether or not chelation is an appropriate treatment…

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The Heart Health Benefits of Vitamin C

…collagen in the connective tissue of the arterial walls. Weakened collagen can permit noxious oxidized LDL, homocysteine, Lp(a), cigarette smoke and heavy metals to cause inflammatory reactions in the vascular lining—which starts the atherosclerotic plaque formation process. * Improves vasodilation, which…

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Vitamins and Women: What the News Reports Didn't Tell You

…to the immune system. Finally, and most importantly, not taking vitamins is harmful. All the environmental toxicity, insecticides, pesticides, heavy metals, and over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs deplete critical nutrients in the body. Aspirin for example depletes folic acid, and statins deplete…

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For a Heart-Healthy Diet, Eat More Fat

…food and grocery stores. However, be selective when shopping. Because our ocean waters are getting more polluted, fish can be contaminated with heavy metals and toxic chemicals. Plus, large factory ships that catch the fish don’t always do a very good job of processing it right away, which means oils…

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The Benefits of Multivitamins

…Benefits of Multivitamins Now, why do people need to take a multivitamin? The biggest reason is that our environment is very toxic, exposing us to heavy metals, insecticides, pesticides, radiation and trans-fats. And the benefits of multivitamins help your body to overcome that oxidative stress. In fact…

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Fish Oil: The Cardiovascular Superstar

…muscle. It’s important to choose a quality fish oil supplement. Because our ocean waters are getting more polluted, fish can be contaminated with heavy metals and toxic chemicals. Also, the large factory ships that catch the fish don’t do a very good job of processing it right away, which means oils…

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Cardiovascular Nutrition Recipe: Grilled Halibut

…it’s not as simple as eating any fish; you must be picky about the catch. Large, long-lived, ocean fish like tuna and swordfish tend to contain heavy metals, most notably mercury. The landlocked variety, like lake trout and catfish, contain industrial pollutants, typically polychlorinated biphenyls.…

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