Heart Health

Enzymes Benefit Rheumatoid “Heart-thritis”

Two recent studies presented in August 2008, at the American College of Rheumatology’s annual meeting in San Francisco suggest that rheumatoid arthritis (RA) sufferers are also at increased risk for heart disease.

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Eating for Better Blood Flow

While no specific food can reduce the risk of blood clots, most people’s diets inevitably lack essential nutrients needed to strengthen the body’s defenses against disease. Eating healthier foods in general is the first step, along with treating or controlling risk factors.

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Systemic enzymes promote heart health among women

Published Monday, March 24, 2008

In 2005, a landmark study in the New England Journal of Medicine1 refocused the issue of women’s heart health. The ten-year study definitively showed that aspirin does not protect women against heart attacks.

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Inflammation, C-Reactive Protein (CRP), and Your Health

Inflammation presages many a chronic disease. In fact, its role in the onset of heart disease is discussed at length in the lead story of this issue as well.

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Enzymes The Heart Defender

Enzymes: The Heart Defender, by Michael W. Loes M.D.

Researchers have found that having high antibodies to chlamydia pneumoniae predispose people to a second heart attack.

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