This is the average number of people in the United States who die from heart disease every year.
Five million people die from stroke every year. Those deaths can be cruel and lingering. These 9 foods can help keep you safe.
Once deemed unhealthy due to being high in fat, nuts are now viewed as anything but.
As common as heart disease is, there are many ways to prevent it — and perhaps the best (and most delicious) place to start is by cleaning up your diet.
Staving off heart disease is simpler than you think.
Keep your bones strong and healthy even after menopause by eating a Mediterranean diet.
Did you know that approximately 92 million Americans are currently living with some form of heart disease?1 Sobering, isn’t it?
Carrots are one of the healthiest vegetables – and they’re a great source of vitamin A & carotene which are important for the health of your eyes. Carrot is rich in alkaline elements which purify and revitalize the blood.
Lots of kids don’t like vegetables. They’ll push them around their plates in an attempt to disguise the fact that barely a bite has been eaten. But leafy green vegetables are a great source of vitamin K, which is essential for your children’s health. In fact, new research suggests that a lack of vitamin K might seriously affect adolescent heart health.
by Paul Fassa Health Impact News
If you have been visiting Health Impact News, you may have noticed the notion that arterial inflammation is what’s behind heart disease, not cholesterol from saturated fats.
A clinical human trial recently published in The New England Journal of Medicine in August of 2017 may tip a few more in the medical field into accepting the current awareness that inflammatory damage is a major cause of heart and cardiovascular disease, and cholesterol is trying to patch up the damage before the vessel begins to leak or rupture.