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Emotion and Heart Valves

…chest, or ankle swelling. Severe shortness of breath was the symptom that recently brought a new patient to see Dr. Sinatra. She was a 78-year-old newsletter reader who had attended a subscriber seminar last year. Her heart rate was faster than normal, and whenever she became emotionally upset, her breathing…

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On the Road With Dr. Sinatra

…read the monthly newsletters, which brings a real sense of meaning and connectedness to us. It makes us feel like we aren’t communicating in a one-way vacuum. More importantly, Dr. Sinatra and I get to hear what’s on your minds, and that actually influences future newsletter topics. See, during…

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Gifts That Give and Give and Give!

…fed him for today; teach a man to fish, and you have fed him for a lifetime.” Dr. Sinatra and I have found this to be so true. In his monthly newsletter Heart, Health & Nutrition, Dr. Sinatra teaches people to “fish” by giving them the tools they need to take control of their own health. Why not…

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Avandia and Your Heart

…diabetes—especially those who taking this drug that’s been designed to keep blood sugar at bay—have reason to be concerned. Those of you who subscribe to my newsletter have gotten my take on Avandia, as well as alternative solutions to treat diabetes, over the years. But the drug is back in the news this week, so…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

…well as his monthly newsletter Heart, Health, and Nutrition. So, the buzz about this groundbreaking book is building, and if you missed the sneak-preview discussions about the incredible health benefits of “earthing” or grounding in recent Heart, Health, and Nutrition newsletters, watch for two upcoming…

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Secondhand Smoke Hurts Your Pets

Most of you who follow Dr. Sinatra’s monthly newsletter Heart, Health and Nutrition, the free weekly e-letters, and the blogs are pretty health savvy when it comes to knowing and controlling your heart risk factors. Having met so many of you at Dr. Sinatra’s subscriber sessions, I’d even bet that…

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Dateline's Report and the Real News on Supplement Safety

…started formulating my own nutritional supplements through Healthy Directions, the company that has also published my Heart, Health & Nutrition newsletter for the past 16 years. It was the only way I could ensure that my patients—and my readers, like you—are taking supplements that are pure, potent…

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48 Hours After a Heart Attack

…factors, or other cardiovascular problems, visit www.drsinatra.com. While there, sign up for FREE e-letters or subscribe to Dr. Sinatra’s monthly newsletter, Heart, Health & Nutrition.

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Mediterranean Eating for a Healthy Heart

…Internal Medicine showed that the Mediterranean diet is the only diet associated with lower risk of heart disease. Readers of my (now out-of-print) newsletter, Heart, Health & Nutrition, know that I've been recommending the Mediterranean way of eating for years. I believe it's the cornerstone of good cardiovascular…

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Sugar Equals Poor Cardiovascular Nutrition

Just this year, Dr. Sinatra wrote in his newsletter Heart, Health & Nutrition about a study from the Journal of the American Medical Association showing that diets high in added sugars raise the levels of blood fats and increase cardiovascular disease risk. Specifically, people who ate about 20 percent…

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Chelation: Good for Your Heart?

…their results in 2012. When they become available, I’m sure that Dr. Sinatra will be reporting them to you in his Heart, Heath, and Nutrition newsletter, along with his take on their findings and conclusions. For more information on alternative therapies for cardiovascular problems, such as chelation…

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Lipoprotein(a) Cholesterol Guidelines

…do the trick. Learn More About Cholesterol Guidelines Lp(a) may still be a new blood component to many of you. Be sure to watch for an upcoming newsletter article on the seriousness of this risk factor. For other cholesterol guidelines, visit Dr. Sinatra's Web site. While there, don't forget to sign…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

…with the kids!—to spread the word on health hazards that concern him. And, as you know if you’ve been reading his Heart, Health & Nutrition newsletter the past few years, the health risks of modern technology are now at the top of his list. After our friendly and informative luncheon with the folks…

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Watch Out For These Heart Risk Factors

…practitioner will tell you, there are a variety of options at your disposal, many of which are discussed here in this blog, as well as my monthly newsletter, Heart, Health, & Nutrition. For more information about heart risk factors, visit www.drsinatra.com.

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Cardiovascular Problems and Women

…way. Nothing could be further from the truth. Heart disease affects men and women very differently and I’ve written about that here in this in newsletter articles, books, and here in this blog. For example, if a 45-year-old woman and a 45-year-old man both come into the emergency room with chest pain…

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Great Natto Recipe

As I promised in my last blog, here is a great natto recipe from Heart, Health, & Nutrition newsletter subscriber Patricia B., who grew up with a Japanese mom and has eaten natto all her life. Pat came to one of Dr. Sinatra’s subscriber sessions a few years back, where he recommended that his audience…

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Your Questions Answered

…long ago, I conducted my own small study with 16 volunteers to compare the two. I used the same high-quality ubiquinone that I recommend to my newsletter readers, and had them take 100 mg twice daily. What I found was that participants had about the same level of CoQ10 in their blood regardless of…

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The Cardiovascular Virtues of Green Tea

In my newsletter, Heart, Health, and Nutrition, I’ve written a lot about inflammation as being a chief cause of cardiovascular problems, even more critical than the difficulty many Americans have with maintaining healthy cholesterol. But, the good news is that a lot can be done to combat this potential…

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