Cold hands and feet are usually the result of poor blood circulation. Besides, other more serious health problems can possibly occur in every organ of your body when blood flow becomes restricted there. Good news is that some herbs have long been used in the home remedies to improve the blood flow around the body. Continue reading What Herb Is Good for Poor Circulation?
If you are someone who always blindly believes the meal ideas from your nutritionists, you may learn your lesson sooner or later since some of them can be so misleading. For example, some foods that were previously deemed heart-healthy now have been proven actually harmful since they might clog arteries instead. And the top deceptive ones include breakfast cereals, refined wheat, low-fat dairy products, and processed vegetable oils because they are often disguised as a healthy food. Continue reading 4 Artery-Clogging Foods You Cannot Ignore
Does eating dark chocolate prevent stroke? Now, this question seems to be pretty well answered. Recently, the British “Daily Mail” published online that scientists found that eating a moderate amount of chocolate on daily basis linked to lower heart disease and stroke risk. This conclusion is the result of a 12-year follow-up study carried out in 21,000 British. Continue reading Does Dark Chocolate Prevent Stroke?
Olive oil has long been considered beneficial for heart health. Researchers ever surveyed nearly 41,000 Spanish adult men and women who were between 29 and 69 and found that people who consumed the least amount of a fat from the olive are at the highest risk of dying from heart disease. And typically consuming merely 2 tablespoons of it a day can reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke by 50 per cent and 1 tablespoon by about 28 per cent. Continue reading Benefits of Olive Oil for Heart Patients