Prescription-Drugs

Drugs Are Not the Only Way to Lower Your Cholesterol

…MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 For years I've been saying that there are natural ways of reducing cholesterol. You see, as a holistic health practitioner, I know that prescription drugs aren't the only method people should use and a recent research study further proves my case. This study, conducted by Dr. David J. Becker of…

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Why You Need a CoQ10 Supplement

If you have cardiovascular problems, you may be taking prescription drugs to help you manage them. And while, most people know there can be side effects from drugs, you may be among the many who don’t realize that medication interactions can affect other medications, supplements and even food. These…

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Cardiovascular Concern: Drug Interactions

…. And I know that there are several drugs can interfere with CoQ10-dependent enzymes, lowering its concentration in the body. These include prescription drugs prescribed to help you maintain healthy cholesterol, as well as popular beta blockers. Talking to your doctor and holistic health practitioner…

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3 Vitamin Secrets Everyone Should Know

…recommend taking alone and on an empty stomach. But be very careful about drinking grapefruit juice with your vitamins and particularly, your prescription drugs. It contains an enzyme that can literally multiply your normal doses without you realizing it. SECRET #3: Can I take CoQ10 with my cholesterol…

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Your Doctor Says No to Supplements, Now What?

…safety record. * * Also remember how supplements compare to prescription drugs. A 2011 study reveals that each year in this country, adverse effects cause about 4.5 million visits to doctors’ offices and hospitals. In fact, prescription drugs are our fourth leading cause of death, killing more than 27…

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