Heavy Metals & Your Heart

By staff on Thursday, September, 13th, 2018 in Chelation Therapy, Heart Health No Comments

No matter how clean your diet, no matter how much physical activity you get, no matter how balanced your lifestyle, you’re exposed to a crazy cocktail of environmental toxins every day – including heavy metals such as lead, copper, cadmium, and arsenic. Such metals can build up in the body over time and prove a […]


Towards More Personalized Nutrition

By staff on Thursday, May, 31st, 2018 in Diet & nutrition, Heart Health No Comments

Of course, the red wine we looked at last time is hardly the only source of heart-healthy antioxidants – nor are antioxidants the only kind of nutrient that supports heart health. No doubt, you’ve probably come across many a list of foods purported to keep cardiovascular disease at bay. A recent post over at Medical […]


Not the Red Wine but the Antioxidants in It

By staff on Thursday, May, 17th, 2018 in Diet & nutrition, Heart Health No Comments

You’ve probably heard that a little red wine each day is good for your heart. So maybe it was just a matter of time before someone got the idea of putting its antioxidants into a stent. Commercial stents can release chemotherapy agents that are toxic and can cause the blood vessel to narrow again. LSU […]


Take Care of Your Heart This Valentine’s Day

By staff on Tuesday, February, 6th, 2018 in Heart Health No Comments

Hearts, hearts everywhere! It’s Valentine’s month, after all. They’re in ads. They’re in business decorations. They’re all over store shelves lined with Valentine goodies – cards and trinkets and, of course, candy. Lots of candy. Even as candy is the last thing our real, beating hearts need. Those literal hearts are at the center of […]