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High-Intensity Exercise Benefits Reach the Cellular Level

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research0 Comments

We’ve told you for years that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts are better for your heart than long hours of traditional cardio exercise like jogging.

Now a new study shows that the benefits of HIIT reach the cellular level. They strengthen a crucial cell structure that provides energy to your entire body.

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The Best Exercise to Lower Blood Pressure

In All Health Watch, Blood Pressure, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, Heart and Cardiovascular by Ambar Jones0 Comments

Just about every person dealing with high blood pressure knows that exercise can help. But a new study shows that one kind of workout is particularly effective in reducing hypertension.

Doing it for just 15 minutes a day can lower your blood pressure nearly twice as much as taking standard medications.

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Weight Loss Drug Breakthrough? Don’t Believe It

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research0 Comments

Maybe you’ve seen the headlines… A new study came out recently showing that the weight-loss drug Belviq is safe for your heart.

This was hailed by the drug company as a breakthrough. That’s because it is the first time a drug has been shown to help people lose weight without triggering heart problems.1

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This Food Additive Is Giving You High Blood Pressure

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Blood Pressure, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

If you go to the doctor and your blood pressure is high, two things are likely to happen.

First, your physician will tell you to cut down on salt. Second, you’ll be handed a prescription for a hypertension drug.

But a new study finds that a common food additive may be the hidden culprit causing your high blood pressure.

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