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Heart Health: Statins or Positivity
Statins are the treatment of choice of most physicians for reducing risk of cardiovascular disease. I have shared in the past of my husband’s experience in changing his diet and how it positively impacted his cholesterol levels and heart health. … Continue reading
Posted in Emotional Health, Heart Health, Overall Health and Wholeness, Soul Health Tagged attitude, brain, cholesterol, heart health, positivity, statins, thoughts 4 Comments
Heart Health: Are Statins Worth the Risk
I have done several posts detailing risks associated with taking statin drugs to lower cholesterol in an effort to improve heart health. You can type “heart health” or “cholesterol” into the search box and quite a few past posts will … Continue reading
Healthy Heart: A Real Life Success Story
I love it when someone asks for help and actually listens and follows through! Last August a close friend and colleague of my husband’s stopped by and wanted me to look at his bloodwork and give him my thoughts. He … Continue reading
Posted in Heart Health, Nutrition, Overall Health and Wholeness Tagged bloodwork, cholesterol, HDL, health, heart health, LDL, nutrition, statins, triglycerides 2 Comments
Heart Health: Daily Statins for Long Life or Is There a Better Way?
The whole point of taking any drug is to resolve the health problem. Right? So then if you are taking a drug daily to prevent a problem from occurring in the first place, you would expect there to be great … Continue reading
Posted in Heart Health, Nutrition, Overall Health and Wholeness Tagged cholesterol, health, heart health, longevity, nutrition, risk reduction, statins 3 Comments
Health: 5 Drug Combinations to Avoid
I’m not a big fan of pharmaceutical drugs, whether prescription or over the counter. However, I do know there are times when it is necessary to take them. That being said, I just wanted to share some information that could … Continue reading
Health and Your Heart: Why You May Not Be Getting the Benefits of Omega 3s
Improving blood pressure, lowering your risk of cardiovascular disease, including reducing the risk of sudden heart attack and stroke are just three of the many heart health benefits associated with supplementing with Omega-3 fatty acids. You will see on this … Continue reading
Posted in Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Health, Nutrition, Supplements, Weight loss Tagged arthritis, benefits, cardiovascular, fish, fish oil, health, heart health, Omega-3's, research, statins 4 Comments
It’s in the Blood
We’ve all had blood work done as part of a physical. And then for most people the doctor gives them copies of their results with some chicken scratch scrawled on it and says either – you’re fine, the levels are … Continue reading
Posted in Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Health, Nutrition Tagged blood work, cholesterol, evaluation, health, heart health, statins 6 Comments
Smoking “Yolks” – Who Do You Believe?
I don’t know if anyone else saw this story on the news last week. They said that studies found a definite link between the number of whole eggs and egg yolks in particular a person eats and the amount of … Continue reading
Posted in Heart Health, Nutrition Tagged arterial plaque, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, eggs, heart, nutrition, statins, stroke, yolks 21 Comments
An Overlooked, Possible Cause of Heart Disease?
Most articles on heart disease focus on the dangers of elevated cholesterol levels and the “need” for statins to lower them. I happen to feel this focus is way too narrow and from what I’ve read in research from many … Continue reading
Posted in Heart Health, Nutrition, Overall Health and Wholeness, Supplements Tagged beriberi, cholesterol, heart disease, heart failure, nutrition, statins, supplements, Vitamin B, vitamin C 11 Comments
Is Lowering Cholesterol Really the Key?
I have worked with numerous clients and with my own husband about whether taking statins and trying to lower cholesterol is really the best way to keep your heart healthy. For now, let’s not even talk about the well-documented, serious, … Continue reading