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Levy Dalumpines has written 3 Heart & Cardiovascular Health articles, has received +12 recommendations and is currently the #6 ranked expert in this subject.
Here are Levy Dalumpines's articles in Heart & Cardiovascular Health:
When it comes to vitamins and minerals, magnesium is perhaps one not often discussed. However, magnesium is an essential mineral which enhances approximately 300 enzyme-related processes in the body. As one of the most versatile minerals, it is involved in energy production, nerve function, muscle relaxation, and bone and tooth formation. Like all the vitamins and minerals required for optimal health, magnesium plays an equally important role.
Published by Jan Reid 65 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable and a wonderful food for the heart. This vegetable is rich in anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which are essential for keeping the heart healthy. Consumption fresh cauliflower can reduce the chances of developing heart disease significantly. Read more to know about health benefits of Cauliflower for the Heart Health.
Published by Sourav RC 68 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +3 votes | 0 comments
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Published by villa 69 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 2 comments
Banana has been a healing fruit of the poor throughout the world. Though it is a plant of tropical regions, today it is available everywhere. You can find bananas as the cheapest fruit in the grocery stores. It is said that there are more than 500 varieties of bananas. Banana can be used as a vegetable and as a fruit. It is very healthy for heart.
Published by +Paulose 71 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +34 votes | 19 comments
Peanuts for heart and heart healthy diet. Peanuts are one of best nuts for the health. They are good for the brain, provide anti-cancer benefits and also a part of weight lose plan. But most importantly peanuts are great food for the heart. Peanuts can reduce the risk of both cardiovascular disease and coronary disease. Eat more peanuts to keep your heart healthy and strong.
Published by Sourav RC 72 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +5 votes | 1 comments
Finding a natural solution for a healthy heart is easy with this hawthorn tincture recipe.
Published by Ira Robinson 91 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +6 votes | 1 comments
Each day an average heart “beats” (expands and contracts) 100,000 times and pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood. In a 70-year lifetime, an average human heart beats more than 2.5 billion times.
Published by asklana 91 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
When 2010 began firefighters were unsure if the Government grant for the city of Mobile firefighters to participate in the YMCA Fitness Program was going to be renewed. Firefighters were unsure if the YMCA Fitness Program would be renewed.
Published by mobilecitybuzz 91 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
TravelerÂ’s thrombosis can be a painful and sometimes dangerous condition. Learn how to prevent leg vein clots while traveling.
Published by Dr. Samuel Strauss 91 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +3 votes | 1 comments
Some of us have genetic health risks passed on in our family. Heart Disease has become the number one killer of men and women in the world. As with any disease there are preventative measures that can be taken to ensure a long and prosperous life. A good cardio workout is best for preventing Heart Disease.
Published by Knojiwriter 92 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +7 votes | 0 comments
To have a healthy heart, forget the food from the freezer and canned.
Published by Mars 93 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Learn here about the most common heart conditions. Atherosclerosis, ischemia, thrombo-embolism will all be discussed.
Published by BlaBla 94 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
Ever wondered how does your heart beat? Well then, take a look.
Published by Savastru Liviu 94 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
Tips to naturally lower your blood pressure
Published by Kim Elliott-Mcfadden 94 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +4 votes | 1 comments
Cardiac radionuclide imaging uses radionuclides along with gamma cameras to obtain information on the function of the heart. It can be used clinically to diagnose and assess various medical conditions. In cardiac imaging, radionuclides are introduced into the body by injection. Gamma radiation, produced directly by the radionuclides or indirectly as a result of their presence, is then detected by special sensors. Data are then processed to produce an image.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 94 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
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