29th May 2018
I was sent this article a few days ago: ‘Associations of egg consumption with cardiovascular disease in a cohort study of 0.5 million Chinese adults.’ Now, there would be a time when such an article would excite me and fill me with an urge to tell everyone ‘Eggs are good for you.’ Nowadays I tend to sigh and think: “another study for everyone to ignore”. Move along, nothing to see here.
Then I thought again. No, here we have yet more evidence, from a truly enormous observational study, that eating a substance with a very high cholesterol content does not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Instead, it protects against cardiovascular disease – not by a massive amount, but not that shabby
So, I decided I should make the effort to spread the message far and wide and throw down a challenge to…
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12 June, 2018 by Edsel Cook (Natural News) Vegetables like arugula, beets, and spinach are packed with nitrates, and consuming these leafy greens can help bring down blood pressure and boost the efficiency of the endothelial cells that line the inside of the heart and blood vessels. In an article in the American Journal of Clinical […]
Importance of maintaining doctors’ follow ups and taking medications for control of Hypertension. – Persistently elevated blood pressure (BP) is a leading risk factor for cardiovascular disease development. -Making effective hypertension management strategy is the most important step in controlling hypertension and preventing its complications. – Regular visits to your doctor(Follow up) and compliance to […]
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Cardiologists said the findings suggested that all people could boost the health of their hearts simply by listening to their favourite tunes.
Prof Delijanin Ilic, the lead investigator, from the Institute of Cardiology, University of Nis, Serbia, said: “When we listen to music we like then endorphins are released from the brain and this improves our vascular health. There is no ‘best music’ for everyone – what matters is what the person likes and makes them happy.”
Prof Ilic said: “It is also possible that it is better to have music without words, because it is possible that the words themselves can upset the emotions.”
Prof Ilic said: “Listening to favorite music alone and in addition to regular exercise training improves endothelial function and therefore may be an adjunct method in the rehabilitation of patients with coronary artery disease. There is no ‘ideal’ music for everybody and patients should choose music which increases positive emotions and makes them happy or relaxed.”