Heart Failure Articles:

Hawthorn – A Potent Heart Tonic

A scientific review of hawthorn in patients with mild to moderate chronic heart failure has shown that hawthorn has a significant rejuvenating effect on the heart. Amazingly, hawthorn extracts were able to improve oxygen utilization and decrease shortness of breath. Participants were able to exercise better and had significantly less fatigue.

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Magnesium is Vital for Healthy Heart Rhythms

A person does not typically get a second chance to prevent heart failure. Not only is fish oil very important for this topic, it turns out that magnesium is as well.

Read More:  Cardio Helper, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, Daily Super Pack™, deficiency, fish oil, heart failure, magnesium, prevention, Triglycerides

Obesity, IL6, and the Cause of Heart Failure

Extra fat does a lot more than clog arteries. Inflammatory proteins coming from fat directly damage the heart – whether you feel just fine or not. That is the conclusion of new John Hopkins Medicine research tracking 7000 obese men and women across the United States – watching them descend from no heart disease into poor cardiovascular health.

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Vitamin D May Save Your Heart

New animal research shows for the first time that vitamin D can prevent changes in your heart that lead to heart failure.

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Fish Oil Helps Heart Patients – Statins Don’t

In yet another blow to the statin marketing machine, Crestor was found to be of no help at all in reducing mortality in heart failure patients, despite lowering lowering LDL cholesterol.

Read More:  Crestor, DHA, fish oil, heart failure, statins

Common Diabetes Drugs Double Fracture Risk

The common diabetes drugs Avandia and Actos are once again in the spotlight. This time, because they double the risk of fracture in women.

Read More:  Actos, Avandia, Bone fracture risk, heart failure

Are Statins Causing the Rising Rates of Heart Failure?

Quietly, another colossal drug debacle flies under the radar of the mainstream media. Last week, The New England Journal of Medicine reported that blood pressure medication is not effective in the treatment for the rapidly rising rate of heart failure in patients over the age of 65. This means that Western Medicine has no treatment for a relatively recent problem – one that I believe is a side effect of taking statins.

Read More:  Cardio Helper, heart failure, LeptiCardio Pack™, Pantethine, PoliBlue™, Q 10, side effects, statins

Avandia Linked to Heart Failure – FDA to Blame

The simple fact that Avandia remains on the market is a testament to ongoing abysmal corruption at the FDA. The latest study is published in the British Medical Journal and concludes, "Our findings suggest clinically important differences in the cardiovascular safety profiles of rosiglitazone [Avandia] and pioglitazone (Actos] in clinical practice. Given the accumulating evidence of harm with rosiglitazone treatment and the lack of a distinct clinical advantage for the drug over pioglitazone, it is reasonable to question whether ongoing use of rosiglitazone is justified."

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Insulin Treatment May Cause High Blood Pressure and Heart Failure

Insulin treatment is of course required in a Type I diabetic but is often used as a method of attempting to lower blood sugar in Type 2 diabetics. Type 2 diabetics frequently have high blood pressure as part of an overall metabolic dysfunction known as the metabolic syndrome. Heart failure rates are skyrocketing in the United States. Is there a connection? A new animal study says yes.

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Coenzyme Q10 Enhances Longevity and Vitality

Coenzyme Q10 is required for energy production within cells. When cellular energy declines then cells die faster and the process of aging is accelerated. The importance of Q10 as an energizing anti-aging nutrient was first proposed in the 1990's. In fact, Q10 was one of the first nutrients widely touted for anti-aging benefits. A number of new studies continue to show the importance of Q10 to extend life as well as to support a higher quality of energetic function.

Read More:  antioxidants, Celluar energy, free radicals, heart failure, Q 10

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