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New Thermobalancing Therapy Helps People Strengthen Cardiac Muscle When Coronary Heart Disease Is in “Silent Mode” Fine Treatment Reveals
Progression of silent coronary heart disease should be terminated by improving the blood flow in the coronary arteries with new Thermobalancing Therapy, states Fine Treatment. This effective natural therapy, which cannot harm, would strengthen cardiac muscle slowly but steadily.

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Don’t Fall for the Cholesterol Myth – Revealing the Cholesterol Scam and True Heart Health

The idea of cholesterol creating cardiac problems has caused obsessive cholesterol count blood testing for decades. Two other outcomes of the cholesterol myth was individuals obsessively avoiding fat in our diets, especially saturated fats – and ultimately turning to dangerous cholesterol-reducing drugs known as statin drugs.
The food industry responded with low and no fat foods from milk to cottage cheese and more. Processed foods promoted their low or no fat contents as though they were the healthiest foods in the freezer.
Healthy fats such as coconut oil and palm oil were spurned and replaced by very unhealthy trans-fat, processed and heated cooking oils. Relatively healthy whole butters were replaced by plastic margarines.
However, this myth of cholesterol dangers lurking in saturated fats waiting to clog your arteries and cause you to die of cardiac arrest is beginning to unravel.
The trend set by the saturated fat high cholesterol scam a few decades ago has resulted in many Americans eating less fat and showing lower blood cholesterol levels. Yet, heart disease rates have continued to rise along with diabetes, pre-diabetes and obesity. (1)
Dr. William Davis explains in his article “A Headline You Will Never See: explains the cause of most heart attacks and coronary problems is atherosclerotic plaque in the coronary arteries, which can build up and rupture or clog the arteries.
Though there can be some cholesterol in the plaque, cholesterol itself is waxy and pliable. Cholesterol is important for brain cells, nerves and other cellular structural components .It helps convert sunlight into vitamin D3. If you’re not getting enough with your food, the liver is forced to manufacture it. Low cholesterol has been linked to higher stroke risks as well.
Oxidized cholesterol from hydrogenated and refined polyunsaturated cooking oils and margarine can lead to complications that result in CHD. This comes not only directly from the oils themselves, but indirectly from the oxidation process those oils initiate.These toxic oils and butter substitutes were created to replace the wholesome saturated fats that should be consumed.


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Cheeseburgers, smoking, stress, the rise of the couch potato: These are the usual suspects on the list of risk factors for heart disease, a malady reaching global epidemic proportions. Now discoveries about genetic triggers may help us spot trouble before it starts.
Although hearts suffer many maladies—valves leak, membranes become inflamed—coronary heart disease, which can lead to heart attack and ultimately to heart failure, is the number one killer of both men and women.Worldwide, it kills 7.2 million people every year.In a normal cell, all the MEF2A protein was inside the nucleus; on the screen, the cell resembled a fried egg with a fluorescent green yolk. But in the cells carrying the mutated version, the nucleus did not glow; instead the cell membrane was edged by a thin, luminous green line: a layer of MEF2A protein, trapped where it cannot serve its usual purpose.this defect affects the integrity of the coronary artery walls, rendering them more vulnerable to cracking when the plaque embedded in them ruptures. And each crack brings an increased chance of a heart attack. Screening, Identifying and kiling this gene preempt future medical-care payouts.


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Cash machines are as dirty as public toilets: Few of us would wash our hands after getting money out from an ATM machine; however, cleanliness tests in Britain have revealed that cash machines are just as dirty as public toilets. Experts assessed swabs from the key pads on cash machines and also from nearby public toilets and found that they both contained the same types of bacteria known to cause sickness.

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Trans fats are vegetable oils that have been altered through a process called partial hydrogenation, which makes the oil less likely to spoil.Trans fats increase LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol levels, increasing the risk of heart disease, and may also increase swelling throughout the body.Cakes, crackers, cookies, pies, bread, animal products, fried foods, margarine, potato chips, corn chips, popcorn, vegetable shortening, salad dressing, some cereals contain trans fat.


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Do you Wear Jeans?Doctors warn against tight jeans!
Butt squeezing skinny denims are unhealthy as they squeeze the nerve that runs down your thighs. You don’t realise it and always ignore the tingle or the numbness you experience.
It could also result in pain, and sometimes PERMANENT NERVE DAMAGE. Doctors say

that it is riskier to wear tight jeans for those who already have nerve conditions like diabetes.
For some others, tight clothes are the only reason for heart burn, abdominal pain and distention!
Well, that doesn’t mean. You have to wear loose pants and forego your love for denim. You just have to stop wearing thigh hugging jeans, and be comfortable!



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Women are nine times more likely to suffer from a broken heart: Many people have felt at times like they were going to die from a broken heart, and research studies have now confirmed the existence of broken heart syndrome, a condition in which the release of adrenaline caused by shock (often due to overwhelming fear or pain) can lead to heart failure. Surprisingly research has also concluded that women are up to nine times more likely to suffer from this condition.

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Vitamin C, being a natural anti-oxidant helps in the elimination of free radicals from the body. It also aids in the synthesis of mood elevating neurotransmitters responsible for lifting up your mood and relaxing your mind, thereby making you feel happier.
Hence, vitamin C rich fruits citrus, guavas, gooseberries etc., are good remedies to cure depression. A tablespoon of gooseberry juice with 1/8th spoon of nutmeg powder, taken three times a day has been found to be one of the most effective remedy in treating depression.


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Dos of giving blood
Donate blood voluntarily and not on anyone else’s compulsion

Have healthy food
Drink lots of water, juices
Have your blood profile checked to know your blood group, presence of vitalities like RBC,WBC, Platelets etc
Maintain regular intervals between two donation sessions, usually 36 days for healthy adult males.
Take adequate rest after donating blood as you have lost a lot of body fluid
Inform the concerned doctor if you had taken injections, vaccinations for diseases like flu, hepatitis etc in the recent past, because these may have an impact on test results.
Use sterilized needles for Blood transfusion
Don’ts of giving blood

Avoid giving blood on an empty stomach
If you are a diabetic, HIV AIDS patient, hepatitis, have high/low Blood pressure avoid giving blood
Avoid strenuous physical activity immediately before and after donating blood
Do not donate blood for money or material
Chain Smokers, alcoholics, drug addicts must avoid blood donation
Avoid use of contaminated needles
Do not donate blood if you are not feeling well
Donating blood voluntarily is a noble activity and even world health organization honors such donors. Let’s donate blood and save lives of many of our brothers and sisters

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