News regarding the link between vitamin D and a healthy heart started hitting mainstream media last year and continued as more and more study results hit the medical journals. Vitamin D has now been associated with not only cardiovascular health, but strong bones, cognitive health, cancer prevention and immune health. Recently though, researchers presented some pretty strong evidence that linked a vitamin D deficiency directly to an increase in heart disease.
Statin drugs have become very popular and are being widely prescribed to lower high blood cholesterol. There is one unfortunate consequence of taking statin drugs: the unintentional blockage of the synthesis of Co Q10 in the body.>
High cholesterol is something we all want to avoid. Luckily, there have been numerous scientific studies that have shown there are life-style and nutritional practices that can have a significantly positive impact on cholesterol levels.
As the Baby Boomer generation enters the years when heart disease becomes more prevalent and joint pain begins to require more attention: They look to prevention. With strong evidence, considering OneLifeUSA’s Proanthocyanidin formula as part of your daily supplement routine may be a great idea.
Oct-Dec 2012-You May Never Be Sick Again
The FDA has already given their stamp of approval for omega-3’s heart healthy claims, now it appears new research has shed light on their potential as weight – control agents, or more specifically, fat reducers.