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VIDEO: The Pros and Cons of Statin Drugs

…"blood rheology." And they can make the blood less viscous. That means they can make your blood thinner. And what we really want is thin blood. Thick blood is not good for the heart. So, statins have another effect, and it's this: In high risk men, especially smoking men, it showed protection in one…

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WEBINAR: 8 Steps to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

…into your body. I mean, certainly toxins in the environment; insecticides, pesticides, heavy metals, cigarette smoke, for one. Anytime we have thick blood; if our blood is like red ketchup as opposed to red wine, certainly the heart has to work harder and, with inflammation onboard, the numbers will…

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Healthy Hearts Pump Healthy Blood

"Blood is thicker than water" is an old saying about the importance of family ties. But in the medical world, you don’t want thick blood. Hyperviscosity syndrome—or in plain English, sticky or sludgy blood—spells trouble for healthy hearts. Simply put, the thicker your blood, the slower it flows…

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Seaweed Extract Seanol Improves Heart Health

…pain after bouts of intense skiing. From the heart health perspective, the research demonstrates that Seanol inhibits a protein associated with thick blood, and angiotensin-converting enzyme, which contributes to blood vessel constriction and hypertension. What’s more, the seaweed extract’s antioxidant…

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