Thursday, February 26, 2015

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People with diabetes face an increased risk of dying from serious heart disease. Steps to reduce heart risk should be taken as well as talking to a cardiologist and endocrinologist about controlling blood sugar and maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine.

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A recent study reported that l-carnitine supplements improved patient outcomes after heart attacks. The supplement readily available and is claimed to increase energy, weight loss, and athletic performance. Carnitine is also found in high amounts in red meat.   But wait! A week or so before this story appeared, another study was published…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Standing Helps Heart Health Update August 20, 2010:   The ball is no longer in my court. It's in yours. I just…

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Shelly Young, LPC, Health Guide, posted Music Improves Cardiovascular Health,… About a year ago, I cried tears of joy. A friend and mindfulness…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Fructose and High Blood Pressure Dear Helen,   Great question! The answer to the first one is easy. Yes, fructose…

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