Author Archive | Jim Strong

How Does Sugar DAMAGE Your Heart?

The nastiest, most vile substance on the face of the earth is probably sugar. It wreaks havoc in your body and pretty much destroys every cell that it comes in contact with. And that means nothing in your body is safe from this toxic substance –including your heart… Sugar and Your Heart The biggest artery […]

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The #1 Way To Better Cholesterol?

Heart disease is the number ONE killer of both men and women. One way to protect your heart is to improve your cholesterol profile. By that, I mean, you need to increase your “good” cholesterol and reduce your “bad” cholesterol. But, what happens when you good cholesterol loses its heart-protecting benefits? When HDL Loses its […]

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3 EASY Ways To KILL High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure – as classified by the American Heart Association – is a blood pressure reading of 140/90 or higher. It has been deemed a risk factor for heart disease since it increases the stiffness in your arteries. And this damage to your arteries may cause those same arteries to rupture or burst, leading […]

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“Beet” Down Blood Pressure

Beets are pretty amazing vegetables. Not only do they contain vitamins and minerals that are needed for fighting off infections, keeping your cells healthy, and for shredding some fat, but they also contain ONE potent nutrient that may be able to lower your blood pressure. What nutrient would it be? Nitrates. Now, for the most […]

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The DEADLY Toxins Found In YOUR Food

You already have enough to worry about when focusing on your heart health. Think about it… You have to think about what the right fat is… If there is too much sugar or refined carbs found in your food… If that particular food – or diet – is eventually going to lead to a heart […]

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A Younger Heart In 20 Minutes A Day?

It’s time to face the harsh reality that you are getting older. And, as you get older, your body becomes susceptible to fatigue, chronic diseases, and even an early death if you’re not careful. Besides your actual number changing, aging also affects your cells, muscles, and your organs – including your heart. If there was […]

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