Category Archives: Cardionomic


A CoQ10 and Selenium Supplement May Cut Heart Disease Deaths by Half

A CoQ10 and Selenium Supplement May Cut Heart Disease Deaths by Half

Cardiovascular illness presently rates as the most deadly illness. Heart disease alone is the cause of more than 17 million deaths per year. Heart attacks claim more lives than even cancer. A sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, diabetes, smoking, obesity, stress, and high blood pressure are some of the factors that cause the arterial plaque, known […]

Cardionomic Circuit Dysfunction (CCD)

Cardionomic Circuit Dysfunction (CCD)

Our body’s overall approach to stress regulation is through the NeuroEndoMetabolic (NEM) stress response apparatus. There are two major components to this: a conventional neuroendocrine component and a functional metabolic component. Only by combining the two halves can a holistic view of the body’s stress response be seen and evaluated comprehensively. By incorporating the metabolism […]

Simple But Powerful Tips In Managing Stress

Simple But Powerful Tips In Managing Stress

We all need a little stress. Life would be dull and boring without it. The right types of stress and the right attitudes toward stress add flavor and opportunities for growth, excitement and pleasure. Too much stress, however, can be harmful to your physical and mental well being, in addition to accelerating the aging process. […]

High Lipoprotein (a) – How To Reduce

High Lipoprotein (a) – How To Reduce

Lipoprotein A, commonly called Lp(a), is a major independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The optimum laboratory level should be under 20 mg/dl and preferably under 14 mg/dl. Currently, there are no medications or drugs that can effectively lower your Lp(a). A high lipoprotein value is genetically linked. Fortunately, Mother Nature has provided us a […]

Concerned About Celebrex Heart Disease Risk?

Concerned About Celebrex Heart Disease Risk?

 Many medications carry risk factors. A recent study has highlighted Vioxx and Celebrex heart disease risk factors, according to an analysis of clinical studies of the “super aspirin” drugs. Celebrex was the sixth-leading prescription drug in sales dollars last year and has been used by 14 million people. COX-2 inhibitors have had a rapid rise to […]

Excess Iron May Harm Blood Vessels

Excess Iron May Harm Blood Vessels

According to lead investigator Dr. Hidehiro Matsuoka, Kurume Medical School, excess iron may cause damage to the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels. This could lead to a hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and heart attack. Consuming high amounts of iron in the long term may increase the iron levels in the body. Experts […]

Fluid Balance, Aldosterone Levels and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

Fluid Balance, Aldosterone Levels and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

One of the classic findings in advance Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) sufferers is the need to be carrying a water bottle in order to be constantly hydrated. We call them “water bottle babies”. The need for fluid repletion highlights the metabolic problems within: the inability of the body to fine tune electrolyte balance, especially with […]

New Research: Probiotics and High Blood Pressure

New Research: Probiotics and High Blood Pressure

Probiotics and High Blood Pressure Probiotics are naturally occurring microorganisms that originate in the gut and are widely understood to be good for digestion and certain other health factors. They exist abundantly in yogurt, milk, and cheese that has fermented, and may also be found in certain dietary supplements. Recently, it has been discovered one […]

The Benefits of Fish Oil Vitamins

The Benefits of Fish Oil Vitamins

Do we need to eat fish to live longer lives? Eating fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids, on a regular basis, may actually extend your life, a new research study suggests. A study using more than 2,600 older adults recently found participants with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids live more than two […]

Stress and You – NeuroEndoMetabolic Symptoms of Stress

Stress and You – NeuroEndoMetabolic Symptoms of Stress

Living in the modern world and dealing with symptoms of stress is no easy task for the body. Ever increasing pressure emotionally to excel in our endeavors, along with an increasingly toxic environment and inadequate rest put tremendous strain on our body and create symptoms of stress. Scientists and researchers have been studying stress, the […]

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