Category Archives: Cardionomic


Depression and Cardiac Health: A Disturbing Combination

Depression and Cardiac Health: A Disturbing Combination

Maybe the fairy tales are right—a broken heart is a tragedy. The American Heart Association certainly agrees. Recent studies have shown a strong connection between depression and cardiac health. The studies looked at two groups of cardiac patients at risk of depression and placed them into either the high-risk or low-risk category. Interestingly, those with […]

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 3

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 3

Read Part 1 | Part 2 Nitric Oxide and Aging So far, there are three main theories on what causes aging: Telomere shortening Mitochondrial dysfunction Loss of stem cell function and repair And once again, there is a common denominator involved in all three: a decline in Nitric oxide(NO) production. For example, NO controls and […]

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 2

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 2

Read Part 1 | Part 3 Foods to Boost Nitric Oxide Although your body naturally generates nitric oxide, as you age the amount your body is capable of producing decreases greatly. Without intaking a sufficient amount of food, your health, physically and mentally, can begin to deteriorate in different ways. You should NOT accept processed […]

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 1

The Role of Nitric Oxide – Part 1

Nitric Oxide (NO) is now one of the most studied gases, and in turn one of the most studied supplements, in medical science, even though its discovery was quite recent. But there’s a reason for this boom in studies being published on this miracle molecule, especially in the last two decades. NO has a half-life […]

Study Links Childhood Asthma with Sweet Drinks

Study Links Childhood Asthma with Sweet Drinks

Estimates reveal that over 300 million people around the world suffer from asthma. which contributes to around 250,000 deaths every year. In the US alone, one in ten children and one in twelve adults live with the painful condition. On an average, there are about 3,168 asthma-related deaths per year costing up to 29 billion […]

Relaxing Breathing Could Be Your Answer to Sleep Disturbances

Relaxing Breathing Could Be Your Answer to Sleep Disturbances

When you sleep, your body has autonomic functions that keep your organs going, your blood flowing, your rhythms maintained and keep your breathing regulated and active. However, some of these body functions are not just autonomic. You can also control them. Breathing is one such example. For instance, when you are awake you can control […]

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 […]

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