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Prevent Breast Cancer with Lifestyle Choices

…they are both caused, even fueled, by chronic inflammation in the body. Inflammation can set the stage for cells to go awry—and when they are inflamed, they form plaque, they divide and multiply improperly, and they don’t function as nature intended. That’s why inflammation, as you may know,…

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C-Reative Protein (CRP) and Your Heart

C-reactive protein is a heart risk factor that the medical world has started to take note of. It’s a blood protein that, when found in elevated levels, may indicate a risk for heart attack and stroke. CRP can be detected when there is inflammation resulting from trauma or infection. Let’s look…

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5 Pennywise Secrets to Better Heart Health

…processed food with hydrogenated oil) and polyunsaturated oils (vegetable oils, with the exception of coconut and olive oil). These are no-no’s. They inflame your body, including your blood and arteries. Plus, not stopping at fast food restaurants or buying high-fat snacks will save you money! 2. Spices…

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Are You In Sugar Shock?

…levels bouncing from high sugar to insulin, back to high sugar, then insulin and so on (i.e. the blood sugar rollercoaster), your cells to become inflamed and the first stage is set for inflammatory atherosclerosis. The key is to avoid refined sugars and, to swear off high fructose corn syrup for good…

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The Teeth-Organ Connection

…with some cutting-edge approaches to dental health, Dr. Sinatra asked him to see if he could find any connection between his oral health and his inflamed hip. (Apparently my husband will try almost anything to avoid hip surgery!) As it turned out, Dr. Hansen concurred with Dr. Breiner that a tooth that…

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Mammography in Controversy

…body, and the feedback I received really impressed me. Thermography picked up a couple of old skeletal injuries that are obviously still somewhat inflamed. I strongly suggest you look into thermography yourself. It may be a great alternative for you too. And I'd like to thank Dr. Sinatra and my daughter…

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Lower Your Blood Pressure with this Japanese Secret

…development of arterial disease and high blood pressure: hyperviscosity. In plain words, that means it helps to counteract thick, sick, sticky, and inflamed blood—keeping your blood flowing as it should. Nattokinase works by reinforcing the actions of plasmin, your body’s own enzyme that breaks down…

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Are Teenagers Setting Themselves Up for Heart Disease?

…disease. Smoke damages the heart and blood vessels and increases the risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). It can also cause sludgy, inflamed blood. In fact, even light or occasional smoking or inhaling secondhand smoke can contribute to heart disease. Plus, like regular cigarettes, hookah…

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Prevent Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…cancer and a host of autoimmune problems—is a 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…

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What are Cardiac Arrhythmias?

…These situations are particularly dangerous among patients with congestive heart failure or who have cardiomyopathy, where the heart muscle becomes inflamed, dilated, and doesn’t pump well or where the left ventricle is dilated.

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Naturally Treating High Blood Pressure

…often-overlooked problem that causes high blood pressure to develop, hyperviscosity. In other words, it helps to counteract thick, sick, sticky and inflamed blood—keeping your blood flowing as it should. I’ve seen nattokinase lower and treat high blood pressure by 10–20 systolic points and 5–10…

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Your Pet Can Lengthen Your Life!

…and energy. A wrinkled or worried brow, snarling, or curled lips are behavioral warning signs. Pale gums may mean anemia or parasites, while red, inflamed tissue suggests gum disease. Before you make a purchase or acquisition, have a veterinarian check out the animal. 4. Follow these same guidelines…

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