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    How to help heart cope with Severe heat and cold

    The best environmental temperature for the human body is 72°F (22 ºC). This temperature is recommended to be maintained in the room where a person sleeps. Sudden temperature changes are particularly dangerous for the health. At first the reserve forces of the body to help the heart work, but the...
  2. liverock

    The Mediterranean Secret of a Healthy Heart - Sofrito

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2509143/Time-cooking-The-secret-healthy-heart-lies-simple-tomato-sauce.html#ixzz2nCdCgsGE
  3. kind2creatures

    CHLORELLA for Vascular Benefits

    I've been using Chlorella on a daily basis for quite awhile now, and I love hearing more of the benefits of this green supplement...
  4. kind2creatures

    Integrative Stroke Recovery

    Yearly, almost 800,000 adults in the United States will suffer a stroke. Of those, approximately 77% will be first time strokes. The remainder are classified as recurrent attacks. While sobering, there is also some optimistic news to report on the stroke front. Between the years of 1999 and...
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    Will High Doses of Algae increase stroke risk?

    Since algae has alot of vitamin K (correct?), and vitamin K helps with blood clotting, will eating high doses of algae (4-6 Tbsp a day) ( like spirulina and chlorella) increase your risk of stroke?
  6. kind2creatures

    Banana Benefits

    I eat a banana almost every morning, here are some benefits of bananas...
  7. kind2creatures

    Pantethine vs. Pantothenic Acid

    I'm familiar with Pantothenic Acid, and though this short article was interesting...
  8. kind2creatures

    Coffee and Caffeinated Beverages

    Interesting article about coffee and other caffeinated beverages is regard to Type 2 Diabetes, stroke, depression, Parkinson's and dementia...http://www.healthyfellow.com/1171/caffeine-brain/#more-1171
  9. kind2creatures

    Protein Matters (article)

    Interesting article about protein, beef and health...http://www.healthyfellow.com/1027/protein-matters/#more-1027
  10. liverock

    Reversing Brain Cell Death With New Mitochondria

    Help from Japan for Parkinsons, Dementia and Stroke. http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2011/nov2011_Reverse-Brain-Cell-Death-by-Growing-New-Mitochondria_01.htm
  11. kind2creatures

    Stroke: Recognize the Signs

    Stroke: Recognize the Signs Stroke is often referred to as a brain attack. It is considered the No. 1 cause of adult disability and the No. 3 cause of death in the United States. It striking more than 500,000 people every year. A stroke can happen at any age. It is important to recognize...
  12. kind2creatures

    Olive Oil Reduces Stroke Risk in Elderly

    This tells how daily consumption of cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil can help reduce the risk of stroke in the elderly.
  13. jw8725

    Supplements to reduce Atherosclerosis please?

    Hello a family member has recently had a heart attack. He now needs a bypass on all three main arteries as they are occluded/obstructed. I want to help him clear atherosclerosis before Ischaemia develops. Please can someone recommend me a supplementational regimen? iHerb is my friend! Thanks
  14. kind2creatures

    Heart Saving Headlines

    Another informative article from HealthyFellow... http://www.healthyfellow.com/851/heart-saving-headlines/#more-851
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    Natural treatment for stroke

    Hi, Has anyone heard of a natural treatment called neuroaid to recover from a stroke? And does anyone have any experience with it? Thanks.
  16. Harry Hirsute

    Ginkgo and Stroke Damage

    http://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/hotnews/gingko-may-prevent-brain-cell-damage.html
  17. Harry Hirsute

    Green Tea May Protect Against Strokes

    http://ije.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/37/5/1030?etoc
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