Heart Disease Risk Factors & Tips To Prevent Cardiovascular Disease

San Antonio Cardiologist Mark Colligan, MD, at the Heart Clinic of San Antonio offers tipcs to prevent Cardiovascular Disease and discusses Heart Disease Risk Factors such as, high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity and smoking .

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Natural reversal treatment/cure to heart diseases including, heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, clogged arteries, high cholesterol, sticky blood, etc. This raw breakfast cereal contains high amounts of fiber & essential fatty acids including omega 3, 6 & 9 which are important in cell metabolism, brain function & heart health. This cereal is easy to make and includes high integrity foods for the support & maintenance of a healthy brain & heart. The ingredients in this recipe help the body to lower unhealthy cholesterol low density lipoprotein (LDL) & raise healthy cholesterol high density lipoprotein (HDL) to reverse, treat & heal heart diseases associated to high levels of LDL cholesterol.


1) Durian
2) Young Coconut
3) Mangosteen Fruit
4) Lemon Juice
5) Sea Salt
6) Chia Seeds
7) Flax Seeds
8) Goji Berries
9) Macadamia Nuts
10) Pistachio Nuts
11) Pumpkin Seeds
12) Pine Nuts
13) Hemp Hearts
14) Brazil Nuts
15) Walnuts
16) Pecans
17) Hazel Nuts
18) Hemp Oil
19) Flax Oil
20) Hazel Nut Oil
21) 1 tsp Castor Oil – castor oil contains RICIN a misunderstood lectin (a carbohydrate-binding protein), it is used as one of the most powerful natural healing antibiotic medicines of all time. The ricin found in the seeds of the castor oil plant (Ricinus communis) can deactivate the DNA of cancer cells by inhibiting the ribosomes of cancer DNA molecules. Castor oil is also capable of of advancing DNA to superhuman DNA (SHDNA), this superhuman DNA has the triple helix spiral that is more stable & structured than RNA & DNA. Ricin from the seeds of the castor oil plant can deactivate the RNA in our bodies while giving the genetic codes of love & light to our double helix DNA to help it evolve into the triple helix super human DNA (SHDNA).

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Women and the dangers of heart disease

Cardiovascular disease claims the lives of nearly 500,000 women each year

What you should know:
•Women are at a higher risk than men
•Symptoms are often confused with heartburn
•Preventable if treated early

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Hi, I'm Kenisha Carr and I'm a CVS pharmacist. Cardiovascular disease is the number-one killer of women in the United States, claiming the lives of nearly 500,000 women each year. That is more than the number of women who die from all types of cancer combined.
There are many reasons why women are at a higher risk for fatal heart disease than men, such as gender differences, lack of knowledge of the symptoms, and less preventive screening in comparison to men. Although men on average develop heart disease 10 years earlier than women, more women now die of it, primarily because heart disease is most prevalent in the latter decades of life. On average, women live longer than men, thus women ultimately live long enough to succumb to the disease. Women's hearts are also smaller, beat faster, and have finer and more fragile arteries. Also, women experience less severe symptoms than the obvious crushing chest pain men experience during a heart attack. Preceding or during an attack, women may complain of chronic fatigue, indigestion, pain in the back or jaw, and heart palpitations, which can be confused as symptoms for heartburn or mental stress and lead to a delay in medical treatment. Early menopause plays a role in the higher risk. It deprives the body of estrogen's heart-protective benefits. Also, high cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity are all causes that can be shared by either gender; there is evidence that they can cause worse consequences for women.
Cardiovascular disease is preventable if it's detected early. However, symptoms are often not noticed, and two-thirds of women who die of a heart attack have no prior symptoms, compared to only half of men. Studies show that doctors are less likely to screen women for their risk of heart disease than men, routinely overlook or discount their symptoms, and treat female patients less aggressively than males.
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Louise aka FruityLou is a Danish coach, speaker, author, television journalist and event maker. She used to be really ill herself but got well through a diet and lifestyle change. She has written the two most comprehensive books on natural healing and the 80/10/10 raw food diet published in Scandinavia. On top of that she has also written three e-books in Danish where her first one, the 'Get started Guide' has been translated into English – . Louise is a certified coach with years of experience in helping people improve their health through mental and dietary changes. She is the organizer of the international and longest running 80/10/10 fruit festival in the world – the Fresh Food Festival. As a speaker she has spoken on several stages both in Scandinavia and abroad including the Fresh Food Festival of course. As a journalist she has interviewed some of the most knowledgeable pioneers within the 80/10/10 / HCLF movement and she constantly work to keep herself updated with the latest information.


For many years Louise suffered from both adrenal fatigue, liver problems, gout, low hormone production, anxiety attacks, depression, insomnia, low back pain, PMS, brain fog and about 30 other symptoms. Amongst others the doctor told her she had so severe cell and DNA damage that she was close to cancer and that she probably could not get pregnant either.

Being a television journalist she knew that she had to research to find a new solution. She promised herself that if she ever got well she would use it in a positive way to help others and luckily she did. In 2009 she came across a super healthy diet and lifestyle that became the turning point in her entire life and in only a few years she healed herself naturally without any treatment or medication. Today she feels better than ever and she has dedicated her life to inspire and help others get their life and happiness back too. Thousands of people around the globe have already followed her inspirational tips and her 'Get started Guide' has been downloaded more than 3.000 times. Her most inspiring Youtube video has been watched more than 1.200.000 times and her channel is all about improving your health and happiness.

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Top Tips to Avoid a Stroke

Al Palmer suffered a massive stroke as a young man.

"I was totally paralyzed on the left side; I regained 95% of my movement back."

He didn't know then what he knows now, that a personal habit may have been a contributing factor.

"First of all I was smoking. Then once you have the stroke, you quite smoking. It's a drastic change," says Palmer.

Stroke is the fourth leading killer in this country. It happens when blood flow to the brain becomes blocked, either by a blood clot or a burst blood vessel.

"A lot of studies look at identification of risk factors at the time of stroke, I think at least a third to 40% of the disease we recognize," says Dr. Ross Levine, Medical Director of Vascular Neurology for Lee Memorial Health System.

Three things, smoking, blood pressure and cholesterol, are major risk factors that people can impact with changes in behavior.

Smoking has long been linked to stroke. Kicking the habit is one way to reduce your risk. Another factor is high blood pressure.

"People in their fifties with high blood pressure, their risk of heart attack and stroke is four times the same person that doesn't have high blood pressure," says Dr. Levine.

Taking steps to lower blood pressure can also reduce stroke risk, likewise with high cholesterol.

"Blockages, high cholesterol, plaquing of arteries, high blood pressure. They kind of go hand in hand in a lot of ways," says Dr. Levine.

A good first step is talking to your doctor and making necessary changes. Something Al Palmer learned the hard way.

"There's a lot of things that cause changes in your life and I've been fortunate enough that I've only had one stroke."

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Yoga Exercises for Diabetes – Special Asana to Cure Diabetes and Diet Tips in English

This yoga for diabetes, yoga for asthma, yoga for high blood pressure, yoga for high cholesterol, yoga for hypertension has not only helped to out of chronic diseases but also enjoy the deep bliss with in self. Hence sharing this YouTube video through which explain the reasons for chronic illness such as asthma, diabetes, blood pressure, high cholesterol, hypertension and how this yoga's can help one to come out of the chronic illness such as diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high BP and hypertension.

Bhujangasana benefits :
1. Helps Strengthens back muscles
2. Strengthens the spine & keep it flexible
3. Strengthens the shoulders

Pawanmuktasana benefits :
1. Good for the digestive system, Strengthens knee joints and keeps them flexible.
2. Improves flexibility of the spine
3. strengthens back & neck muscles

Dhanurasana benefits :
1. Reduces weight around the abdominal area
2. Strengthen the lumber, back and neck muscles

Halasana benefits :
1. Reduces fat around the waist & abdominal area
2. Adds glow to the face
3. Beneficial in menstrual & thyroid problems

Ustasana benefits :
1. Increases blood circulation to the brain
2. Reduces cervical pain
3. Strengthens abdominal muscles
4. Strengthens knee joints & thigh muscles

Ardha — Marsyendrasana benefits :
1. Helps keep your cardiac problems away
2. Adds beauty and longevity
3. Very good for digestive systems
4. Helps to cure constipation

Suryanamanskar benefits :
1. Increases blood circulation
2. It's keeps heart problem away
3. It improves the functioning of Kidneys and the Endocrine Glands.
4. Adds beauty to the face and skin

Pranayam benefits :
1. Calms the mind
2. Cleanses the system
3. regulates vital life force

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Heart Disease and Erectile Dysfunction, no need for Viagra

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The Cholesterol Myth and the True Cause of Heart Disease

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