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Five Heart Health Myths

January 18, 2012 by Editor  
Filed under Heart Health, January/February ‘12

Five Heart Health Myths

by Millie Bruce
For women and men of all ages, heart disease is the number one killer. It kills more and more people than ALL types of tumors joined together. If you’re black or over 65, your risk of a heart attack is much higher, but it is an equal opportunity destroyer. Anyone, any place, at [...]

6 Easy Steps to a Healthier Heart

January 10, 2011 by Editor  
Filed under Heart Health, January/February ‘11

6 Easy Steps to a Healthier Heart

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1. Oatmeal Please!
Eating a breakfast high in whole grains can reduce your risk of heart troubles. Cholesterol lowering, high fiber whole grains are the key to the heart healthy Mediterranean diet. A study by the American Heart Association showed that of 10,496 adults who ate whole grains at breakfast 7 times a week were 28% [...]

Life Enhancing Omega-3s

Life Enhancing Omega-3s

by Dr. Jay LaGuardia
With eighteen years’ experience as a chiropractor and wellness coach, one of my core recommendations to all my patients is a daily supplementation with omega-3 fish oil for overall wellness. Recent research continues to prove that living congruently with your genetic requirements not only ensures the highest level of health and wellness, [...]

Yoga and Ayurveda for the Heart

January 9, 2011 by Editor  
Filed under Heart Health, January/February ‘11

Yoga and Ayurveda for the Heart

The darkness of night is coming along fast, and
The shadows of love close in the body and the mind.
Open the window to the west, and disappear into the air inside you.
Near your breastbone there is an open flower,
Drink the honey that is all around that flower.
Waves are coming in; there is so much magnificence near [...]

Meditate Your Heart Healthy

January 9, 2011 by Editor  
Filed under Heart Health, January/February ‘11

Meditate Your Heart Healthy

Meditation has been a practice for centuries in the east, and while it’s just gaining popularity in other parts of the world now, research shows that the ancient Yogis were on to something way before their time. Meditation can train the brain to feel more compassion and happiness. A new study out of UW-Madison states [...]

Take Healthy Heart Action

Take Healthy Heart Action

It takes a lot of conscious thought and life approach to maintain a strong and healthy heart. Eat a rainbow of colors. Dr. Linda Van Horn, a nutritionist and a clinical nutrition epidemiologist at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine says, “Colorful vegetables and fruits are where the majority of antioxidants, isoflavones, and other phytochemicals [...]

Be Healthy, Be Hearty!

January 9, 2011 by Editor  
Filed under Heart Health, January/February ‘11

Be Healthy, Be Hearty!

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Heart Health and Menopause
Did you know that after menopause, women burn 500 fewer calories daily? Keep your heart healthy by watching what you eat and adding more exercise into your schedule. Keeping these two things in balance will keep the pounds off while strengthening your muscles, lungs and heart.
Green Tea and Heart Disease
Bonus! You’ve heard [...]