The battle of the bulging belly fat is an ongoing challenge for men and women to lose that good ole friendly ball we carry around our waste. Diet alone is not always the only answer in losing the extra bulge of fat.
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Fermented foods and beverages were among the first processed foods consumed by humans. Improved shelf life, safety and properties of fermented foods added to their value. Investigators have found strong associations between the consumption of fermented foods and diseases. In humans, further understanding is needed for the potential benefit of apple cider vinegar and weight loss.
Electronic cigarettes are an increasingly popular device that produces an aerosol by heating a liquid containing solvents, flavorings, and nicotine. The effectiveness of e-cigarettes as a way to stop smoking or reducing the number smoked is uncertain. The chance of this device becoming attractive to the youth of our country is very high. The limited scientific data about the safety of e-cigarettes is a trend that must be remedied and soon.
A recent poll shows that many women are unaware of the 5 life and death numbers they need to know to ensure a longer life.
Research highlighted in the vegan-friendly movie “What The Health” uncovered the inconvenient truth from an egg yolk cigarette study that eating eggs are just as unhealthy as smoking. While this has caused an uproar for the egg industry, the research showed that eating eggs results in arterial plaque that increases linearly with age and arterial plaque increases exponentially with smoking. Therefore, probably egg yolks should be avoided by persons at risk of vascular disease.
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection — sometimes referred to as SCAD — is an uncommon emergency condition that occurs when a tear forms in one of the blood vessels in the heart. This frightening condition strikes suddenly, without warning, and is most common in young healthy women in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s, and you have probably never even heard of it.
Researchers say beetroot juice may offer benefits to patients with heart disease.
If you are dealing with prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and vascular issues, you have a liver issue that can be reversed naturally. Heal your liver naturally by doing 3 things daily.
Consumers are used to hearing about the weight loss and antioxidant virtues of green tea extract, but evidence that this natural remedy can have a positive effect on cholesterol has been short changed. Now a new study has found that green tea extract can be beneficial for women concerned about their cholesterol.
Peripheral Artery Disease or PAD is a narrowing of the blood vessels – most commonly in the legs – that can lead to an increased risk of very serious health conditions. Diet plays a very important part in the care of PAD.
Given the untimely and tragic death of 13-year-old Caleb Logan Bratayley from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, attention has been focused on this largely inherited cardiac disease. What should every parent know about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy?
Coffee lovers may have a new reason to embrace that morning cup of java. According to new research appearing in BMC Medicine, there’s no evidence that high coffee consumption increases the risk of atrial fibrillation, the most common type of irregular heartbeat. But that’s not the end of the story.
A new study has found that CT scans may help doctors better diagnose heart disease in patients with chest pain.
A recent study describes the link between sleep apnea and high blood pressure among patients who have heart disease. There are new concerns about diagnosing sleep problems quickly because people who take medication for their blood pressure are still at risk of having serious heart problems. Sleep disorders are a common issue for patients with cardiovascular diseases.
A study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health reveals that patients who already suffer from kidney disease may also have large calcium deposits in their arteries. Researchers believe the findings will help doctors diagnose heart disease faster in these patients. Previous investigations pointed to the possibility that people with kidney disease did not show the same symptoms.