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This “Healthy” Food Won’t Save Your Heart

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It’s one of the most dangerous health myths out there. For the last 15 years the FDA has said that soy is healthy. In fact, they go as far as to claim that 25 grams of soy protein each day can reduce your risk of heart disease.1

Now a new study is once again pushing soy on women…and this time they say the earlier you start eating it, the better.… Read More

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This Everyday Activity is Putting Your Heart at Risk

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Health Watch readers know how important exercise is. It’s about more than staying in good shape.

Exercise is one of the most effective tools you have for lowering your risk for disease. It may also be your secret for graceful aging. Getting enough may even help you live a longer life. But new research reveals there’s a simple activity that could be erasing all your of your hard work…and any benefits that came with it.… Read More

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This “Secret” Lowers Heart Attack Risk by 86%

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Your doctor may try to put you on deadly statins at the first sign of a heart problem. But like we’ve said before, they don’t work. They won’t help your heart. Even worse? Taking statins can cut your life short. And new research backs up what Health Watch readers have known for years…

Lifestyle choices—not a prescription drug—are the best way to protect your heart.… Read More

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This Deadly Smog Can Stop Your Heart

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You might not think about air pollution until you smell fumes or see smog. Even then, you may think it’s more gross than dangerous. But it may be one of the most overlooked—and dangerous—threats as you age. And not just for your lungs.

Air pollution is responsible for more than 3.2 million deaths per year. Surprisingly, most are the result of heart—not lung—damage.… Read More

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Eating This May Help You Live Longer After a Heart Attack

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A recent study led by researchers at Harvard University found that fiber does more than support healthy digestion… It may help you live longer if you’re a heart attack survivor.

Researchers followed over 4,000 subjects for nearly a decade. They found that a higher intake of dietary fiber led to as much as a 25% lower chance of dying for heart attack survivors.… Read More