Category Archives: Heart Health

Testosterone Aiding the Heart

Posted on January 11, 2016

  Proper Doses of Testosterone Reduces Heart Attack Risk   A new Veteran’s Administration study looked at records of 83,000 men, average age 66, with no evidence of heart disease or stroke and low total testosterone (TT) at the beginning … Continue reading

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Just the Flax and Nothing but the Flax

Posted on October 2, 2015

The benefits of flaxseed have been described for decades. Flaxseed has a very hard husk and contains several oils. If you eat flaxseeds whole, they will pass through undigested. In practice, the seed is crushed and the oil is harvested. … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New American Heart Attack

Posted on September 29, 2015

The “Hollywood Heart Attack” – sudden, intense, left shoulder and arm pain, crushing chest pain, nausea, sweating and collapse – is ingrained into the American psyche. It is the most memorable presentation, but the majority of heart attacks, in both men … Continue reading

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