(NaturalHealth365) Over the last 100 years, cardiovascular disease has become a top cause of death in the United States (as well as many other places in the Western world), claiming millions of lives through fatal events such as a heart attack and stroke. But, conventionally speaking, the cause of heart attacks – in particular – remain a ‘mystery’ to millions of people … until now.
While Western medicine attempts to treat the current epidemic of heart disease with a host of drugs – including beta blockers and statin drugs – these medications fail to address the root cause of the disease, and (many times) offer toxic side effects.
German doctor and researcher Matthias Rath, M.D., says he has discovered the real reason for heart disease, and believes that it can be prevented – and treated – with ‘Cellular Medicine.’
February 14th, 2019 By Makia Freeman Contributing writer for Wake Up World Heart disease is not just the leading cause of death in the USA, but also in the whole world. It’s not just the leading cause of death for men, but also for women. Heart disease is not just one disease. It’s a whole group of diseases which affect the circulatory system and include cardiovascular disease and conditions like high/low blood pressure. So what really causes it – and what can you do about it? Read more
Danska forskare hävdar att ohämmad användning av receptfria läkemedel som verkar mot inflammationer i kroppen, kan öka risken för hjärt-kärlsjukdom med så mycket som 50 procent. En ny dansk studie visar att risken ökade mest med receptbelagda tabletter som Ibux, Naproxen, Voltarol och Voltaren – så kallade NSAIDs. Text: TV Helse Norge | Översättning: Madeleine…..Läs mera
(Natural News) Did you know that blueberries can help prevent cancer and heart disease? According to a study by researchers from Florida State University, eating blueberries daily could lower the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. For the study, researchers conducted a double-blind and placebo-controlled clinical trial. The researchers observed 48 post-menopausal women diagnosed with pre-hypertension (stage one…Read more