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Is There Really a Heart-Healthy Diet? Here are the Top Ones

Is There Really a Heart-Healthy Diet? Here are the Top Ones

When you go on a serious diet either for health or to lose some pounds, you can either eat your heart out or you can actually for some diets that are beneficial for the heart. Take note too that eating a heart-healthy diet will not only do your h.. Read More

Dieting, Heart, Blood, and Circulation | 02.26.15 | No Comments

Endurance Exercise Gets You to Lose Weight But May Play Havoc with Your Heart Rhythm

Endurance Exercise Gets You to Lose Weight But May Play Havoc with Your Heart Rhythm

A British Heart Foundation team discovered in their research that intense endurance exercise triggers molecular changes in the part of the heart that generates its natural beating rhythm. This may explain why elite athletes have low resting heart.. Read More

Health News, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Overweight Problems | 05.28.14 | No Comments

Better Weight Loss Means Better Heart Health

Better Weight Loss Means Better Heart Health

Even after great weight loss, many people end up gaining it back later. Does that time spent at a lower weight still come with health benefits? Researchers recently looked at data from a survey that examined lifelong patterns of weight gain, weig.. Read More

Health, Health News, Heart, Blood, and Circulation | 05.26.14 | No Comments

To Lose Weight and For Better Heartbeats, Stay Away from Energy Drinks

To Lose Weight and For Better Heartbeats, Stay Away from Energy Drinks

Energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats and how your body can lose weight, researchers have warned. A research team from the University of Bonn in Germany imaged the hearts of 20 people in the space of one hour and r.. Read More

Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Overweight Problems, Tips and Advices | 12.3.13 | No Comments

Why You Need Iron in Your Diet

Why You Need Iron in Your Diet

It is important to include iron in your diet plan. Why is this so? It’s because it is the one in charge of oxygen transport and cell development regulation. Based from the report of the World Health Organization, 80% of the world population is .. Read More

Dieting, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Nutrition | 01.4.13 | No Comments

Heart Disease Risk is Not Lowered through Weight Loss

Heart Disease Risk is Not Lowered through Weight Loss

Based from the results of an NIH-funded study of weight loss in overweight adults with type 2 diabetes, weight loss does not lower down the risk of heart disease from type 2 diabetes. To further prove this claim, a study that is supported by the .. Read More

Fitness, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Overweight Problems | 10.26.12 | No Comments

A Serious Note About Heart Attacks

A Serious Note About Heart Attacks

You should always remember that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting. It may be an intense pain in the jaw line. You may even not have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack. Some common sympt.. Read More

Health, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Tips and Advices | 11.21.08 | 1 Comment

Exercise and Keeping Track of your Pulse Rate

Exercise and Keeping Track of your Pulse Rate

As you exercise, it is to your advantage to keep track of your pulse rate. You can pick up an inexpensive pulse measure at any local Wal-mart, KMart, or sporting good store. This will measure your heart rate to ensure you are staying within.. Read More

Fitness, Health, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Tips and Advices | 11.14.08 | 5 Comments

Jogging or Walking, Great Ways To Get Fit

Jogging or Walking, Great Ways To Get Fit

Both jogging and walking are GREAT ways to get fit. Not only do they tone the muscles, relieve stress, create a healthier heart, and improve lung capability, they make you look wonderful, which in turns helps you get excited about doing oth.. Read More

Fitness, Health, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Lungs, Men's Health, Women's Health | 11.2.08 | 1 Comment

Sodium, Way Reducing Blood Pressure

Sodium, Way Reducing Blood Pressure

As a way of reducing blood pressure, which is bad on the heart, reduce the amount of sodium (salt) you intake. You may be thinking of table salt but you should know that many canned vegetables, soups, even soda, are very high in sodium. Loo.. Read More

Health, Heart, Blood, and Circulation, Men's Health, Tips and Advices, Women's Health | 11.1.08 | No Comments

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