Inflammation- your Heart Bully

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is usually characterized by disease of the heart muscle, valvular disease, or coronary artery disease (CAD), a condition of blood vessel damage due to a combination of silent inflammation, endothelial dysfunction, and Read More

Improve Gut Microbiota by Eating Whole Grains

The consumption of whole grains has been associated with reduced risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers. Researchers have speculated that whole grains lessen risk for diseases through reducing inflammation, but studies Read More

Heart Disease: The Silent Killer

What you can do to prevent and reverse heart disease. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, heart disease has been the United States’ number one killer—a position it still holds today. It’s responsible for Read More

The Exercise Cure

Visit Sally Dick, a naturopath and physician in Windber, Pennsylvania, and you’re more likely to get a prescription for exercise than one for a pill. She’s among a maverick group of physicians who not only Read More

Vitamin C the Other Benefits

My mother puts a lot of stock in vitamin C. She keeps a bottle of the chewable variety in her kitchen drawer—not the junk drawer with its litter of take-out menus and thumbtacks, but the Read More

Sources of Antioxidants

Q: I know how important antioxidants are for my health. I would prefer to get as many as possible through food sources rather than supplementation. Can you suggest an easy way to choose the most Read More

The Anti-Inflammation Diet

As the CEO of a supplement company in Los Angeles, Andy Pham eats, breathes, and dreams nutritional supplements. In fact, he downs roughly 80 pills a day. Pham knows he’s far from the norm. Heck, Read More

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