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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.

Statins for Pregnant Women and Kids?
Researcher Chris Masterjohn reveals the negligence and recklessness of recent recommendations that pregnant women and kids as young as 8-years old take statin drugs.
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Vitamin D: The New Super-Nutrient?
The role of vitamin D in promoting strong bones, a healthy immune system and cardiovascular health and protecting us from cancer is becoming increasingly clear.
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Preventing Heart Disease without Drugs
A recent study showed that over 90% of heart disease could be prevented by simple changes to diet and lifestyle. Read on to discover how to protect yourself and your loved ones from heart disease.
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Cholesterol Doesn’t Cause Heart Disease
The widely accepted theory that cholesterol causes heart disease is not supported by the scientific evidence. In fact, low cholesterol can be dangerous.
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The Truth about Statin Drugs
Statin drugs are almost universally hailed as wonder drugs. But are they really as safe and effective as medical authorities claim? The answer is “no.”
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Three Eggs a Day Keep the Doctor Away!
The persistent myth that cholesterol causes heart disease has scared many of us away from eating eggs on a regular basis. But there is absolutely no research that links egg consumption to heart disease.
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Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient
Recent research has demonstrated the essential role of vitamin K2 in promoting optimal health. Unfortunately, K2 has been badly misunderstood for many years.
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This bowl of natto is a good source of vitamin K2.
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