2 million U.S. citizens die each year premature of so called chronic illness, with heart failure on top of the list. While this seems to be an ‘Act of God’, it isn’t. Rather, it is the consequence of therapies built on man-made synthetics, instead of nature’s laws. Learn about nature’s answer to heart failure in this blog. Scientifically validated.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Colleen Barker from Chicago, IL, asks:
My husband was recently diagnosed with chronic heart failure, with no cure in sight. A vicious cycle, Doc?
According to vital statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO), 86% of non-age related premature deaths, and 77% of all ailments in general, are the result of ‘chronic’ disease.
Diabetes ranking 3rd, cancer 2nd, and heart failure no. 1 on top.
With 6 million U.S. citizens diagnosed with heart failure right now, half of those being expected to die within 5 years.
Preventably. Because ‘chronic’ doesn’t mean there is no cure at all. Rather, while these diseases cannot be cured with synthetic pharmaceuticals, this does not mean that there are no natural remedies and modalities instead.
MANAGE HEART FAILURE NATURALLY – SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED
Based on research at, inter alia, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA, the University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY, Griffin University in Gold Coast, Australia, and Sinai General Hospital in Tehran, Iran, etc., certain foods can well keep heart failure at bay. Naturally, without side effects, avoiding premature death.
While foods high in cholesterol, fat, sodium are bad for your heart, there are natural foods supporting a healthy heart. With special reference to certain vegetables, rich in minerals, vitamins, and fiber, but low in calories and fat.
These ‘wonder foods’ are, inter alia……
as an excellent source of magnesium to support heart rhythm, and other health benefits.
Similar the power of
as the most nutrient-dense organ meat for your heart with its minerals of, inter alia, copper, zinc, iron, chromium, as well as folic acid. Thus increasing blood's hemoglobin level to keep the heart healthy.
have lots of heart healthy nutrients such as vitamin C, potassium, choline, and folate.
such as lentils, peas, beans, and chick peas packed with protein, fiber and polyphenols are very good for reducing heart endangering ‘bad’ cholesterol (low-density-lipoprotein >> LDL).
Same cholesterol-lowering power for better heart health is accredited to
Another powerful heart support is
because of its folate to prevent building up of the heart damaging amino acid homocysteine in the body.
Another excellent source for heart health support are
and chia seeds because of their contents of omega-3 fatty acids (especially alpha linoleic acid), which helps to reduce heart damaging LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.
Thus reducing the risk of thrombosis and arhythmias, known as risk factors for heart attack.
is another excellent nutrition for reducing the risk of LDL cholesterol.
Not to forget about many kinds of
such as peanuts, hazelnuts walnuts, pistachios and pecans with their beneficial contents of minerals, vitamins, proteins, and omega-3 fatty acids as an excellent heart support.
because of its high degree of omega-3 fatty acids (but low in saturated fat) and protein, to lower abnormal heartbeats and development of plaques in arteries (atherosclerosis).
According to the American Hearty Association (AHA), you should consume fatty fish (like mackerel, albacore tuna, salmon, trout, sardines or herring) at least twice a week.
are an excellent source of heart healthy minerals like calcium and iron, as well as vitamins A & C, just as fiber and folate, but low in fat.
This popular beverage has not only a positive effect on reducing cholesterol – well known for raising the risk of heart disease and stroke – but also for lowering blood pressure.
Another beverage with increasing reputation and positive effect on heart performance is
because of its polyphenol resveratrol, to be found in red grapes.
Not to finally overlook
to avoid atherosclerosis (plaque buildup) as a basic risk factor of heart attack.
2 million U.S. citizens die each year premature of so called chronic illness, with 50% of the remaining adult population being chronically ill as well. While this seems to be an ‘Act of God’, it isn’t. Rather, it is the consequence of therapies built on man-made synthetics, instead of nature’s laws. As an example, learn from this blog about nature’s answer to heart failure with appropriate foods. Scientifically validated.
Framed by additional natural lifestyle factors such as daily (aerobic) exercise, no smoking, and stress reduction.
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Dr. Mark Fritz, NMD, PhD