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Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Learn more about heart health and how your diet does—and doesn’t—raise your risk for this deadly disease.

A Silent Epidemic with Serious Consequences—What You Need to Know about B12 Deficiency
B12 deficiency isn't a bizarre, mysterious disease. But recent research suggests it's far more common than previously believed.
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This tired man rubbing his eyes may be experiencing B12 deficiency.
How to Prevent Diabetes and Heart Disease for $16
Learn a cheap, safe and easy way to test your blood sugar at home to prevent cardiovascular and metabolic disease and promote optimal health.
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When It Comes to Fish Oil, More Is Not Better
Research suggests that fish oil is not as beneficial as is commonly believed, and may even increase the risk of heart disease and sudden death.
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How Too Much Omega-6 and Not Enough Omega-3 Is Making Us Sick
We’re consuming up to 25 times more omega-6 fat than we need, and too much omega-6 is contributing to the epidemic of modern, inflammatory disease.
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The Saturated Fat Myth Debunked in Two Minutes and Thirty Five Seconds
Check out this clip from the documentary "Fat Head" to experience the saturated fat myth being debunked. It may be the most impactful thing you'll hear.
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Ten Steps to Preventing Heart Disease Naturally
Follow these 10 steps to dramatically reduce your risk of heart disease.
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The Most Important Thing You Probably Don’t Know about Cholesterol
Not all LDL cholesterol is created equal. Only small, dense LDL particles are associated with heart disease, whereas large, buoyant LDL are either benign or may protect against heart disease.
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New Study Puts Final Nail in the “Saturated Fat Causes Heart Disease” Coffin
A new meta-analysis pooling data from 21 studies and over 350,000 people found that there is no relationship between saturated fat intake and cardiovascular disease.
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Research Update: Carbs Raise Cholesterol & Veggie Oil Associated with IBS & IBD
Dr. Davis shows that eating too many carbs can raise cholesterol and Dr. Groves reports on a study linking consumption of vegetable oil to IBS, IBD and other gut problems.
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