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  • Mineral of the Year—Magnesium
    Mineral of the Year—Magnesium
    Despite promising autopsy and population data suggesting that inadequate magnesium intake is a risk factor for sudden cardiac death, it wasn't until recently that this was demonstrated in prospective...
  • How Do Nuts Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death?
    How Do Nuts Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death?
    Most men and women who die of heart disease, our #1 killer, die suddenly without any known history of heart problems. Nut consumption, however, has been associated specifically with decreased risk of...
  • Blocking the First Step of Heart Disease
    Blocking the First Step of Heart Disease
    By preventing the buildup of cholesterol in our blood stream, we can prevent atherosclerosis in our coronary arteries, the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. This...
  • Arterial Acne
    Arterial Acne
    Atherosclerotic plaques in coronary arteries may be more aptly described as pimples, initiated by the infiltration of cholesterol into the lining of our arteries. The ending, should blood flow to our...
  • Heart Attacks and Cholesterol: Dying Under Normal Circumstances
    Heart Attacks and Cholesterol: Dying Under Normal Circumstances
    Most people hospitalized with heart attacks have cholesterol levels considered "desirable" under the current recommendations. Having a "normal" cholesterol in a society where it's normal to die of...
  • The Tomato Effect
    The Tomato Effect
    Why does the medical establishment sometimes ignore highly efficacious therapies such as plant-based diets for heart disease prevention and treatment?
  • China Study on Sudden Cardiac Death
    China Study on Sudden Cardiac Death
    The China-Oxford-Cornell Diet and Health Project directed by T. Colin Campbell and colleagues showed that chronic diseases such as heart disease are not inevitable consequences of aging.
  • Our Number One Killer Can Be Stopped
    Our Number One Killer Can Be Stopped
    Dr. Dean Ornish proved decades ago that heart disease could be reversed solely with diet and lifestyle changes.
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