Slash Heart Disease Risk by 81 Percent

In Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Disease by INH Research4 Comments

For millions or people, statin drugs are the number one doctor-prescribed defense against heart disease. In fact, so many people take them that we spent $12.5 billion on Lipitor in 2006 alone. But brand new research reveals that they may seriously damage your health. That’s because statins significantly increase your risk of diabetes.

That means millions of people taking the drugs now have to decide which is worse… heart disease or diabetes.

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These Drugs Can Raise Your Risk of Stroke by 45 Percent

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Stroke by INH Research3 Comments

A recent study shows women taking antidepressants are 45 percent more likely to suffer a stroke.

The same study shows women taking these drugs increase their risk of early death by 32 percent. That’s pretty scary… especially when you consider that antidepressants are the most prescribed drug in America.

As frightening as those statistics are… they’re not even the real issue.

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The True Cause of Heart Disease

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, Heart Disease by INH Research4 Comments

Conventional wisdom tells us that high cholesterol is the cause of heart disease. But Dr. Dwight Lundell is fighting to expose this dangerous mainstream myth.

Dr. Lundell is a pioneer and leading expert in this field. He has enjoyed a long and a distinguished career, leading his peers to new breakthroughs. He spent 25 years as a cardiovascular surgeon and performed over 5,000 heart surgeries.

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Blood Glucose — Know Your Number!

In Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular by Natural Health Dossier9 Comments

When it comes to blood sugar, the closer you can keep it to the normal range of 80 to 89 mg/dL the better.  For years I have been warning that blood sugars even in the 90 to 100 range show that you are becoming insulin resistant and on your way to diabetes.  A recent study done on 47,000 Kaiser Permanente patients validated this observation.

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