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Yoga Is Better Than Cardio for Lowering Blood Pressure

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

Doctors often tell patients with high blood pressure to exercise more.

And they usually recommend an aerobic workout. The Mayo Clinic advises that the best types of exercise to lower blood pressure include jogging, bicycling, swimming, and dancing.1

A new study shows that another form of exercise works better.

Researchers at the Sir Gangaram Hospital in Delhi, India, studied 60 people with prehypertension.

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Probiotics Fight Diabetes, Study Finds

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Probiotics, the “good” bacteria in your stomach, are widely known for aiding digestion. Research shows they also can boost your immune system, prevent eczema, and even fight depression.1

Now you can add another health problem to the list. Probiotics reduce blood sugar, lowering diabetes risk, a new study finds.

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Here’s a Better Way to Lower Blood Pressure

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

If you have high blood pressure, chances are your doctor will do two things:

  1. Tell you to cut salt.
  2. Put you on a blood pressure drug.

The problem with reducing salt is that it tastes good. We feel like we are depriving ourselves when our food is bland. Many people find it hard to stay on a low-sodium diet.

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Blood Thinners Double Heart Attack Risk, Study Finds.

In All Health Watch, Blood Pressure, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by INH Research0 Comments

First Big Pharma sells us rat poison disguised as a blood thinner and says it won’t harm our bodies. Now they’ve topped even that.

Since the 1950s, doctors have prescribed warfarin, marketed as Coumadin, to control atrial fibrillation (AF).1

AF is a type of irregular heartbeat. It affects about 3 million Americans. It can lead to blood clots in the heart.

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We’ve Been Fighting the Wrong Enemy in the War on Heart Disease

In All Health Watch, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks, Heart Disease by INH Research0 Comments

For decades, cardiologists have considered “soft” plaque your heart’s worst enemy. This is plaque made up mostly of cholesterol and fatty compounds. It’s also called “lipid-laden.”

Doctors believed that soft plaque in coronary arteries was the kind most likely to rupture, block the flow of blood, and give you a heart attack.1

Statin drugs are prescribed specifically to prevent soft plaque.

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