Dr. Berg talks about the relationship between vitamin E and coronary heart disease (CHD). Vitamin E in nature always comes in a complex, not as an individual part isolated. Find a supplement with tocotrienols, NOT JUST tocopherols. (OMNS) Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, and the […]
Dr. Berg talks about potassium deficiencies and the cardiovascular system. Potassium is involved in muscle physiology, nerve physiology and cardiovascular physiology. You could get atrial fibrillation, high blood pressure, or high pulse rate with low potassium. Low potassium can lead to insulin resistance and cravings for carbs.. CAUSES: 1. High sodium 2.Low magnesium […]
Dangerous Statins or Cholesterol Drugs One in four Americans over the age of 45 are now taking a statin drug, despite the fact that there are over 900 studies proving their adverse effects, which run the gamut from muscle problems to diabetes and increased cancer risk. Statins deplete your body of CoQ10, which can […]
In this video, Dr. Berg discusses clogged artery and why there is so much confusion about it. He also explains the truth about cholesterol and what it really means when it comes to your diet. There is a mistake at 1:26: It should say, “Your body makes 2000 mg of CHOLESTEROL per day, […]
It’s important to check your blood pressure in both arms, as a difference of more than 10 points may signify a cardiovascular issue. A normal doctor’s check-up typically involves basic medical routines like taking your blood pressure, which is usually done in one arm. But medical experts are now urging people to check […]
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