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    Metabolic Syndrome | Chris Woollams Health Watch

    People with ‘Metabolic Syndrome’ have at least three of the following five conditions: high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides, low ‘good’ HDL cholesterol and higher abdominal fat and/or obesity.

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    Stroke and heart attack – can you reverse atherosclerosis?

    We examine research on ways ‘experts’ claim you can reverse atherosclerosis, the build-up of plaque in your arteries, leading to heart attack and stroke. How inflammation, cholesterol, and calcium cause a stroke Atherosclerosis, which comes from the Greek and means ‘paste hardness’, is the term used for ‘hardening of the arteries’, a slow, lengthy process originated and maintained by inflammation.…

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    12 ways to reduce your blood pressure naturally

    Here are 12 proven ways to reduce your blood pressure (diastolic and systolic) without resorting to drugs; you can start today; over a third of adults in the Western world have high blood pressure and risk many illnesses, for example heart attack, kidney failure and stroke, as a result. Let’s cover the obvious first! Do not smoke – there’s clear research…

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    High fibre diet reduces risk of death from chronic illness

    A meta-analysis of the health benefits of a high fibre diet has shown once again that a diet rich in grains, vegetables and fruit improves health and reduces risk of death from chronic illnesses such as cancer, stroke and heart disease. A team of researchers from the University of Otago, New Zealand and led by Dr. Andrew Reynolds of the…

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    Italian style coffee cuts prostate cancer risk in half

    A study involving 7,000 men found that those who drank more than 3 cups of Italian style coffee a day (for example, expresso or cappuccino), had a 53 per cent lowered prostate cancer risk. The reason was put down to the intake of caffeine as no such benefit was seen with those who used decaffeinated coffee. The research was conducted…

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