EDTA can help prevent heart attacks and strokes, and the progression of cardiovascular diseases, circulatory and ambulatory problems, varicose veins, and many other conditions by inhibiting the formation of blood clots. EDTA inhibits blood clotting by binding to free radicals and unwanted mineral buildups, like calcium deposits. By increasing blood flow and removing toxins and…

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Diabetic neuropathy is a common complication of diabetes, which may cause temporary or permanent damage to nerve tissue. Nerve injuries are caused by decreased blood flow and high sugar levels in the blood. This damage makes it hard for the nerves to carry messages to the brain and other parts of the body. It can…

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If you are on an oral chelation therapy course or not more and more studies suggest that just 20-30 minutes of brisk walking per day can pay excellent physical and mental health dividends. Most of us have experienced and understand the physical demands and sensations associated with a relatively short but brisk walk. This should…

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Risk factors for high blood pressure which you can monitor and control Overweight: A larger body requires more blood, which puts more pressure on the blood vessels. Sedentary lifestyle: Lack of activity causes the heart to work harder to pump blood, increasing blood pressure. Tobacco use: Smoking causes the arteries to narrow, increasing blood pressure.…

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Sardines are one of the healthiest foods we can consume, according to the health and environmental experts at “Sea Change”. These days so many of us are trying to get more omega-3 fats in our diet, because they benefit your heart and your brain. As it turns out, sardines are nutritional powerhouses and are one…

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The resident cardiologist for Prevention Magazine, Arthur Agatston, MD, said that the first question he asks patients when they walk in his office is “How’s the traffic?” It’s not small talk but a valid medical query. Being stuck in traffic raises blood pressure and triples heart attack risk. So if a patient has had a…

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The most common cause of peripheral vascular disease is peripheral artery disease (PAD). This common condition that can sharply curtail your ability to comfortably partake in physical activity. Peripheral artery disease is due to atherosclerosis. This is a gradual process in which a fatty material builds up inside the arteries. The fatty material mixes with…

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For people who have CHD, aerobic activity done regularly helps the heart work better. It also may reduce the risk of a second heart attack in people who already have had a heart attack. Vigorous aerobic activity may not be safe for people who have CHD. Talk to your doctor about what type of activity…

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EDTA chelation therapy helps to clear blockages in veins and arteries, which goes a long way in preventing heart disease. EDTA “grabs” a number of unwanted substances that can cause LDL Cholesterol plaque buildup and free radical damage from the cardiovascular system, renders them harmless, and prepares them for excretion through the urine. Oral Chelation…

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