Heart Health

  1. How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure can be hazardous because it often does not cause symptoms, and many do not even realize their blood pressure is elevated. If left uncontrolled, it can lead to serious diseases like stroke or heart attacks. Fortunately, a variety of healthy lifestyle practices have been shown to be effective in lowering blood pressure, whether you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure or are looking for ways to prevent your blood pressure from becoming high. 

  2. Vitamin E’s Most Potent Family Member

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    Vitamin E’s Most Potent Family Member

    Have you ever heard of tocotrienols? This relative of vitamin E is proving to be a heart health powerhouse! Offering more antioxidant protection than vitamin E’s tocopherols, tocotrienols are being recognized as potent phytochemicals that can help cool the fire of oxidative stress. Why is that important? Oxidative stress is the driving force toward ageing, and chronic health conditions. Let’s explore how tocotrienols can nourish heart health and more!

  3. The Unassuming, Heart-Healthy Superfruit - Hawthorn Berries

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    The Unassuming, Heart-Healthy Superfruit - Hawthorn Berries

    When we consider food as medicine, hawthorn berries are an underutilized superfruit. No big surprise since it’s a member of the delicious and economically important rose family. Since the 1st century, hawthorn berries have been utilized as a heart healthy herbal medicine. Let’s take a look at the health benefits of hawthorn berries and why it should be part of your heart-happy health plan!

  4. Bear’s Garlic – Europe's Super Star Secret!

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    Bear’s Garlic – Europe's Super Star Secret!

    Bear’s Garlic (Allium ursinum), also known as Ramson’s garlic, is one of the oldest, most revered medicinal herbs known in Europe – but not very well known in the U.S. Most Americans have never heard of this plant – much less consumed it. It is not the same plant as regular garlic (Allium sativum) that we are all familiar with. This lush, green herb has become well recognized in herbal medicine to help treat disorders of the stomach and intestines and is also used as a blood purifier.  

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