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Could Omega-3s Become “Standard Care” After a Heart Attack?

…would I increase that dose to at least two grams, and possibly consider up to four grams. But omega-3s are only one of several nutrients I recommend post heart attack. I also suggest taking Coenzyme Q10 (100–200 mg daily), L-carnitine (1–2 grams in divided doses), D-ribose (10–15 grams in divided…

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Good Pet Health Begins with a Heart Healthy Diet

…like canned tuna, salmon, mackerel, and sardines which are great sources of omega-3s. Sardines are especially great for dogs and cats since they’re a clean fish, and high in CoQ10, omega-3s, and calcium. My guess is the omega-3s are the reason people often commented on my dogs’ shiny, healthy coats…

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DHA & CoQ10 Supplements for Healthy Blood Pressure

…however, is that there’s a “dynamic duo” of nutrients that also can help support those efforts—including Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10 supplements) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) omega-3. How CoQ10 Supplements Promote Healthy Blood Pressure CoQ10 supports healthy blood pressure by enhancing energy at the…

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Can The Right Nutritional Supplements Keep You Off the Cardiac Ward?

…factoring in the cost of the omega-3s. With savings this staggering, I can’t help but wonder how much additional benefit would have been realized if people with congestive heart failure, and those awaiting heart transplants, took the “Awesome Foursome”: Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), L-Carnitine, Magnesium…

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Could Alzheimer's Begin in Your Mid-40s?

…recent years, our environment has become increasingly toxic. Fortunately, you can help to protect your brain and improve cognitive function: * Coenzyme Q10 is the cornerstone of any brain boosting program. Your brain requires a phenomenal amount of energy for proper functioning (it’s second only to the…

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Taking CoQ10 for Energy Can Keep You Feeling Young

…than they had years ago—and blame it on “getting old.” When I tell them the energy deficit they call aging could actually be a lack of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), it sounds hard to believe. But after just a few weeks of taking CoQ10 for energy, most people do feel years younger. The reason is that CoQ10…

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The Best CoQ10 Supplement to Take

Years ago when I first learned about coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), few doctors had heard of it. Now, I couldn’t imagine practicing cardiology without it. That’s because CoQ10 is the “spark” that fuels energy production inside every single cell—including your heart, which is the biggest energy user…

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Treating Low Ejection Fraction

…is normal with good cholesterol measurements and C-RP of 1.13. I take Lipitor (20mg), Metropolis, Ramipril, and Plavix, and also [Dr. Sinatra’s] Omega Q Plus. The problem is my EF is 30 percent to 35percent, with few symptoms. I exercise daily on my elliptical. What supplements or other steps can I…

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10 Cancer-Prevention Tips That Can Save Your Life

…stores, is a good sugar substitute. Cancer-Prevention Tip #8: Use natural COX-2 inhibitors, such as green tea, rosemary, turmeric, ginger, oregano, and omega-3 essential fatty acids. Cancer-Prevention Tip #9: Engage in regular exercise—research shows that exercise is directly connected with prevention of…

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The Benefits of Multivitamins

…cognitive decline, it’s essential to take mixed tocotrienols in order to improve oxygenation to the brain, as well as DHA omega-3s. For heart support, it’s essential to take Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), L-carnitine, magnesium and D-Ribose. The benefits of multivitamins don’t include providing this type of targeted…

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