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The Japanese Secret to Strong Circulation

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Like most health problems, impaired circulation can result from dozens of factors. Treating the problem with “blood thinners”—natural or otherwise—may provide relief, but they’re really not the “cure.” If you want to stop the problem of impaired circulation in its tracks, you have to treat it at a much deeper level. 

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Living After a Heart Attack

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If you experience and live through a heart attack, limiting further damage to your heart and recovery are your primary concerns. Thankfully, there are several substances you can add to your supplement regimen to help.

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What Is High Blood Pressure?

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High blood pressure, or hypertension, has become so prevalent in our society that it's perceived as a minor problem. Nothing could be further from the truth. High blood pressure contributes to atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.

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How to Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally

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Because high cholesterol is a “risk marker” for atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease, the best way to lower your cholesterol level is to lower your risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Here are some actions you should take.

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Natural Atherosclerosis Solutions

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The blockage of a major artery will usually get everyone’s attention and require significant intervention. However, there are natural substances that you can take to help combat these arterial blockages, and in some cases, clear them altogether. Here are a few that I recommend.

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How to Reduce High Triglyceride Levels

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Anyone who’s been diagnosed with high triglyceride levels needs to lower them or risk serious health consequences. Often, high triglycerides are the first step on the path not only to heart disease, but to obesity and type 2 diabetes, as well.

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