Author Archive | Jim Strong

Buyer Beware: Your Fish May Be Tainted

You’ve been told to eat more fish because it’s good for your heart. But, there is something that you haven’t been told… Something that could drastically change the delicate balance currently inside your body… The fish you’re currently eating may pose a serious risk for your overall health – not to mention your heart health. […]

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Is Your Fish Oil KILLING You?

I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news… But, the one supplement you’re currently being told to take – may actually be KILLING you! I know it sounds strange… How could a supplement that is designed to improve your health actually be killing you? Well, you will be floored by what we have […]

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The 3 Foods That ROB Your Heart Health

There are lots of things that can clog up your internal plumbing… …and these clogs may easily lead to strokes, pulmonary embolism, or worse, death from a heart attack. Now, there are ways to clean up your arteries, essentially sweeping those clogs away – making them a thing of the past. The Foods That Rob […]

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THIS Should Be Your Hearts New Best Friend

By far, the biggest business – with the greatest amount for future growth –is making a lot of people money. But, besides the money, it’s also preventing a lot of premature deaths from diabetes and heart disease. Chances are you probably do it every day – even if it’s in short amounts. Regardless of how […]

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The 3 Ways Sugar KILLS You

Sugar is one product that is BIG business… …in fact, it makes countries like Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, and other impoverished countries a LOT of money. Now, if you’re like others, it’s probably sitting lifelessly on your pantry shelf. But trust me, once it gets into your body, it doesn’t sit lifelessly for long… The 3 […]

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10 Foods That CAUSE Heart Attacks

In very basic terms, a heart attack occurs when oxygen-rich blood is prevented from reaching the heart. This causes the heart muscle to die, which damages the heart and quite possibly the arteries attached to it. One of the most common reasons for a heart attack is the buildup of plaque on the artery wall.  […]

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