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Prevent Disease with CoQ10

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CoQ10 is present in virtually every cell in your body. But aging, medications, genetics, and strenuous physical activity deplete our natural levels of this nutrient. It promotes healthy aging, is important for heart health, and more. Find out why I think everyone should add CoQ10 to their life and I’ll also show you how to choose a CoQ10 based on facts.
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Solve the Riddle of Mental and Nerve Disorders with Bio-Active Bs

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Yes, you need B vitamins, but are you aware that not all forms of B vitamins are helpful? If you’re looking to keep you nervous system functioning well, your mind focused, and much more—now is the opportunity to understand B vitamins.
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Berberine Prevents Metabolic Syndrome

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With 1 in 3 Americans dealing with metabolic syndrome –a combination of conditions that can include type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, cholesterol imbalance, and high triglyceride levels— it’s clear the U.S. needs berberine. It’s a natural compound that can address all of these issues, effectively. But I have new news on a recent plant based system that addresses the past difficulty with absorbing berberine. I’ve got good news and more good news!
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The Power of Pomegranate

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Whether you’re concerned about reducing the potential of cancer, shoring up your antioxidant defenses, heart function, and immune system, reducing inflammation, or simply supporting the millions of tasks your body must perform each day, a strong pomegranate seed oil, rich in omega-5 fatty acid, combined with fruit extract is a powerful choice—and the right one for your health. Here’s what you need to know to make it a part of your daily regimen.  
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The Power of CoQ10: Fuel for Your Cellular Engines

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If you had to name an “engine” that powers the activity of virtually every cell in your body, it would be the mitochondria. Because it is ubiquitous, and found everywhere in the body, a crucial factor in fueling that engine is “ubiquinone”. You’re probably most familiar with its other name, coenzyme Q10, also known as “CoQ10”. CoQ10 helps spark the process of moving the electrons in the mitochondria to create adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the natural “gasoline” or “battery” that powers our body at a microscopic level. Of all the cells in the body, the heart contains the most mitochondria, but the brain needs impressive amounts of CoQ10, too.
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Cholesterol and Heart Disease: A Phony Issue

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By Mary Enig, PhD “The Soft Science of Dietary Fats,” by Gary Taubes, in the March 30, 2001 issue of Science,1 exposes the shenanigans of the 1970s McGovern Senate Committee staff and the follow-on by various government agencies that gave us the anti-fat, anti-cholesterol dietary goals and guidelines. This exposé adds to the material in “The Oiling of America”2 by Enig and Fallon and The Cholesterol Myths3 by Ravnskov. Taken together, these works provide substantial food for thought.
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The Great Cholesterol Myth

Presented by Jonny Bowden
The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology recently released new cholesterol-treatment guidelines, which some experts believe will lead to millions more Americans unnecessarily taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs. Why? What is behind the medical obsession with cholesterol levels…

Treat Metabolic Syndrome with Berberine

What is metabolic syndrome? Almost 1/3 of US adults have metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome significantly increases risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

What to know about CoQ10?

Researchers found a 51% decrease in blood levels of CoQ10 after 30 days of use of a statin drug!!

Sea Buckthorn Provides an Ocean of Benefits

While the use of sea buckthorn in Northern Europe and Asia has a long history, it is only fairly recently that its full nutrients value has been appreciated scientifically. In fact, the pearl shaped berry has been found to contain…
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Propolis: A Brain Booster?

Propolis is gathered by bees to help build and maintain their hives, and is rich in healthy natural compounds. Its name, from Greek, means “defender of the city,” and is entirely accurate: propolis has natural antibacterial and antiviral actions that…
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Ginger Makes a Spicy Addition to Our Health

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years, and it is popularly known to stop nausea, motion sickness, and bolster the immune system during a cold or flu. Even though the herb is so well regarded, researchers…
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Amla is a Natural for Dealing with Cholesterol

Amla (also popularly known as Indian gooseberry and officially known as both Emblica officinalis and Phyllanthus emblica) has been a staple of Ayurvedic practice for over 2,000 years. During that time, practitioners noted that it sped the healing of wounds, reduced…
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Boswellia for Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome, a combination of high blood pressure, increasing blood sugar levels, out of balance cholesterol levels, high triglycerides, and struggling with extra pounds, is a commonplace condition. While there are many primary causes behind metabolic syndrome, including sedentary lifestyles,…
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Almonds Love Your Heart

Heart disease can be caused by a combination of things – genetic predisposition, diet, underlying inflammatory conditions, or other lifestyle choices. If you struggle with cholesterol imbalance, almonds, a food rich in protein, fiber, and healthy fats, may provide a…
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Effects of Green Tea on LDL Cholesterol, Glucose and Insulin Levels in Healthy Postmenopausal Women

In this double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, intervention study involving 103 postmenopausal women, supplementation with green tea catechins (EGCG as polyphenon E) for a period of 2 months was found to significantly reduce LDL cholesterol concentrations and glucose-related markers. Subjects were randomized…
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Answers to these Top 3 Questions!

Terry answers the top three frequently asked questions. Click here for more questions.

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The War On Cholesterol

The war on cholesterol has been waged for the past couple of decades because cholesterol is obviously something very terrible...or not exactly. It turns out that lower cholesterol levels are strongly associated with increased risk for becoming demented. Again, the…

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Why We Must be Wary of Statins

by David Perlmutter, M.D. The case for exercising caution.    

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6 Potential Benefits of Berberine You Should Know About

By: Lisa Marie Conklin, American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

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Higher Dietary Carbohydrate Associated with Lower HDL

By: David Perlmutter, MD, DavidPerlmutterMD

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Optimizing Cholesterol

By: JJ Virgin, CNS, CHFS, Huffpost Healthy Living

June 2019

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Cholesterol: I Told You So!

By: The Wellness Blog

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LDL is Your Friend

By: David Perlmutter, MD

February 2019

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Statin Use can Lead to Heart Failure: Research

By: Ethan A. Huff, Natural News

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Garlic: One of Nature's Greatest Disease Fighters

By: Michael Ravensthorpe, Natural News

6 July

Olive Oil Improves Cholesterol, After-Meal Glucose

By: Alissa Marrapodi, Food Product Design

April 2018

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