Posted by admin on Jul 23, 2014 in Cardiovascular Health, General Health | Comments Off on High Blood Pressure: How To Deal With External And Internal Stress
Stress undoubtedly influences our body, and it’s proportional to the situation and potential outcome. Indeed, the changes that occur in our blood have probably been the same for tens of thousands of years. In short, it’s the old “fight or flight” situation—a term first coined by Dr. Hans Selye, an expert on stress.
Posted by admin on Jul 6, 2014 in Cardiovascular Health | Comments Off on Fat Factor In High Blood Pressure
About 25% to 30% of our calories should come from fat, even for active adults. Most people get about 42% of calories from fat. That excess increases the risk of cancer and heart disease, adds to elevated blood pressure, and reduces the ability for physical activity. Fat has nothing going for it and everything against it in our society. Excessive fat consumption remains a continuing problem for most people. Do something about it now.
Posted by admin on Dec 13, 2011 in Cardiovascular Health | Comments Off on The relation Between Cholesterol and Heart Disease
If the blood tests done by your doctor show that you have high triglyceride levels or cholesterol or if you have poor exercise and diet habits that have caused weight gain then you might be at a risk of heart disease….so what do you do then?
Posted by Ceca on Nov 13, 2011 in Cardiovascular Health, General Health | Comments Off on Facts About Nattokinase
Nattokinase is an enzyme, a 275 amino acid peptide chain, that is named after and extracted from a Nattō, type of Japanese food. Nattō is produced by fermentation of soybeans by microorganisms. There is a wide range of food made from soybeans by fermentation, but the natto preparation requires Nattokinase enzyme. Natto is cheese-like food usually eaten for breakfast and it is a folk remedy for diseases associated with cardiovascular system. Alternative medicine commonly recommends Nattokinase for blood pressure regulation.
Posted by admin on Sep 26, 2011 in Cardiovascular Health | Comments Off on Cord Blood Banking
Cord blood banking is the process of preserving the cord blood of an infant after birth. Cordblood is the kind of blood that is found in the umbilical cord immediately after birth when the umbilical cord is cut. This blood is a rich source of stem cells, which have been found to have a very important medical value. Very many people have been treated for leukemia and other sicknesses of the immune system by cord blood stem cells. Thus the need to ensure that these cord blood is properly stored for future use.
There are several options as to how Cord Blood banking can be carried out.
Posted by admin on Sep 21, 2011 in Cardiovascular Health | Comments Off on How to Maintain Your Cardiovascular Health
No other thing except your health should be important for you in your life, when I say health, of course cardiovascular health is the most important one. It can give you a happy and long life and it is vey important to strengthen your lungs and heart. When you have a healthy heart, the complications of cardiovascular disease are also minimized.