Imagine that your body is a car. Your heart is the engine. And your blood is the oil that keeps it running.
There’s good news for people with high blood pressure (HBP). That’s because new research shows that one simple remedy can significantly lower it.
Cardiologists are rethinking their overuse of angioplasty – a procedure to unclog heart arteries. What’s behind it? Soaring health care costs. And fear that the FDA and insurance companies will soon clamp down on the costly treatment.
High blood pressure – also known as hypertension – can lead to heart attack, stroke, or brain damage.
Osteoporosis remedies always seem to have a catch. Drugs from Big Pharma can lead to fractures.
And now a new study says calcium can be a problem too.
Is it possible to improve your heart health just by eating honey?
Dr. Noori S. Al-Waili says it is. And he’s published proof to back it up.
As we explained in Tuesday’s message, he’s conducted a study that shows people who drink a honey solution lower their “bad” cholesterol by over 10 percent. It also lowers their C-reactive protein (CRP) levels by a whopping 57 percent.