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Published April 7, 2014
Research disputes the hypothesis that calcium supplementation, with or without vitamin D, increases coronary heart disease or all-cause mortality risk in elderly women. Read More »
Do Added Sugars Add Up To More Heart Disease?
By Kit Broihier, MS, RD, LD, Guiding Stars
Published March 24, 2014
A study published in JAMA looked at the sugar consumption habits of about 43,000 Americans. Read More »
Published March 3, 2014
In a systematic review of 22 cohort study publications, a new report featured in British Medical Journal (BMJ) found that increased fiber intake was associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and heart disease (CHD). The 22 studies… Read More »
Published February 11, 2014
Nearly $4 billion in cumulative net cost savings from 2013 to 2020 is possible if the targeted population were to take omega-3s at preventive levels. Read More »
Published January 3, 2014
A comprehensive review of 22 cohort studies found that increased fiber intake was associated with a lower risk of both cardiovascular disease and heart disease. Read More »
Published December 2, 2013
Download the monograph for more information on integrative therapies. Read More »
Published August 19, 2013
A new study using rat model showed that Carotech’s Tocomin SupraBio better protects irradiated hearts against heart disease than Pentoxyfylline (PTX). Tocomin SupraBio is a bioenhanced natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex.   Expo… Read More »
Published March 1, 2012
Nutraceutical: Omega 3s Indication: Heart disease in young women Source: Hypertension, January 2012;59(1): 36-43. Research: Researchers used a Danish nationwide population based pregnancy cohort to examine whether or not eating more fish might red… Read More »
Published January 24, 2011
The cost to treat heart disease in the U.S. will triple by 2030, according to a policy statement from the American Heart Association published in Circulation. Read More »
Tomato-Based Pill Takes on Heart Disease
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published September 1, 2009
Ateronon inhibits the oxidation of LDL cholesterol to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Read More »
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