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Attentive mindfulness makes people 83% more likely to have good cardiovascular health, study shows

11/13/2014 - Attentive mindfulness approaches for better health has popped up in various studies and medical practices, but it doesn't have the PR machinery or big bucks to promote its values. It doesn't help Big Pharma make money, and it doesn't help doctors have more clients and hospitals have more patients....

Just two servings of pistachios a day improves cardiovascular health in type 2 diabetes patients

8/7/2014 2:41:34 PM - Type 2 diabetics could significantly improve their bodies' responses to stress simply by eating two servings of pistachios per day, according to a recent study conducted by researchers from Penn State University and published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. "In adults with diabetes,...

Coconuts can improve brain function, boost cardiovascular health and more

2/18/2014 - Few tropical fruits are as versatile as coconuts. These unique, round drupes, whose name likely derives from the 16th-century Spanish word for "head" or "skull," are processed around the world to make coconut milk, flour, sugar and butter, countless soap and cosmetic products, and, of course, coconut...

Improve Cardiovascular Health Naturally

1/16/2009 - The best way to ensure a healthy cardiovascular system is to eliminate unhealthy fats from one's diet, eat whole foods, and engage in regular aerobic exercise activity. The cardiovascular system is also affected by stress and emotional health, so making an effort to reduce sources of stress is important...

Q&A: How do I avoid atherosclerosis and improve cardiovascular health? What if I have been diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse?

12/5/2004 - In the first part of this question on avoiding atherosclerosis and improving cardiovascular health, we talked about what to avoid so that you don't worsen your situation. Here in the second part, we'll talk about more proactive strategies that you can use for reversing the build up of plaque in your...

Q&A: How do I reduce high cholesterol with the least amount of time, money and effort? (part 2)

10/13/2004 - This is part 2 of a 2-part article series on reducing high cholesterol. So far, we've talked about getting outside, getting natural sunlight on your skin, getting daily exercise, and choosing foods that promote health -- that is, the natural, raw, live foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and...

Hardening of the Arteries Shown to be Significantly Slowed by Diet and Exercise

8/7/2004 - A new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveals that lifestyle changes -- dietary changes and the pursuit of physical exercise -- have a powerful impact on preventing hardening of the arteries in women. The study was designed to look at how much this hardening of the...

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