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Fight Heart Disease… With Your Sweet Tooth? (Yum!)

In All Health Watch, General Health by INH Research

Tell me if you’re heard this one before…

You need to stay away from SWEETS if you want a healthy heart.

Sure, eating mounds of sugar-laden chocolate everyday won’t do your heart any favors – and will likely put you down a path to an increased risk of heart disease.

But, maintaining a healthy heart doesn’t mean you need to eat a diet devoid of anything sweet and decadent…

Because today, I’ve got the scoop on how to harness better heart health with your sweet tooth!… Read More

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People Who Skip Breakfast Are 87% More Likely to Die of Heart Disease

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research

You’ve heard it before…

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.”

Eating breakfast is linked to lower body weight, better cognitive performance, and healthier blood sugar levels.[i]

But it turns out that an early meal has an even more important benefit.[ii]

A new study shows that people who skip breakfast have a much higher risk of dying of heart disease.[iii]… Read More

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One Type of Food Prevents America’s Biggest Killers

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health, Heart Disease by INH Research

Heart disease and cancer are the two biggest killers in America. They cause nearly half of all deaths in the U.S.

But a major study shows that one type of food dramatically cuts the risk of both lethal conditions while also protecting against other major killers such as stroke and diabetes.

The meta-analysis was published in the journal The Lancet.

The research team looked at over 40 years of research.… Read More

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Look at Your Face for This Sign You’re Headed for a Heart Attack

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, General Health by INH Research

Being overweight… 

A bad diet… 

Lack of exercise… 

A family history of heart disease… 

Everybody knows these are signs that a heart attack could be in your future. 

But researchers found there’s a major risk factor that you can see by looking in the mirror. 

It raises your chances of a heart attack by nearly 1,000%. 

Your Heart Health Is Written on Your Face 

Forehead wrinkles may be the last thing you’d associate with heart disease.Read More