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Must-Have Tests for Heart Risk Factors

…characteristics that are associated with high CRP levels include infections, high blood sugar, excess weight, and hypercoagulability of blood (sticky blood). Fortunately, there is a simple test that your doctor can conduct to find out how much CRP is in your blood. Just make sure they use the high sensitivity…

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How to Improve Blood Circulation with Nattokinase

…Nattokinase helps address one of the most overlooked problems in the development of coronary artery disease: Hyperviscosity, which refers to thick and sticky blood that moves slowly through the circulatory system. Hyperviscosity feeds the inflammatory process that damages arteries and sluggish blood flow also…

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Treating Your Feet Can Help Your Heart

…showed red blood cells stacked on one another like poker chips, known as rouleaux (pronounced rooo- low). Rouleaux formation indicates clumpy, sticky blood and increased blood viscosity, a risk factor for cardiovascular problems, such as heart attack and stroke. The post-foot bath blood analysis revealed…

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Heart Risk Factors and C-Reactive Protein

…characteristics that are associated with high CRP levels include trauma, infections, high blood sugar, excess weight, and hypercoagulability of blood (sticky blood). Any one of these situations literally feeds pro-inflammatory mediators, ratcheting up the chances that you’ll develop atherosclerosis. If you…

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