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February 24, 2011

THURSDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) — About 340,000 cancer cases in the

Healthy life style

This is life!

United States could be prevented each year if more Americans ate a healthy diet, got regular exercise and limited their alcohol intake, according to the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).

These types of lifestyle changes could lead to significant reductions in particularly common cancers such as breast (38 percent fewer cases per year), stomach (47 percent fewer) and colon (45 percent fewer).
The research about how a healthy lifestyle can reduce cancer risk was released Feb. 3 to mark World Cancer Day. The WCRF said its findings are supported by the World Health Organization’s new Global Recommendations on Physical Activity for Health, a report that says that regular physical activity can prevent many diseases, including breast and colon cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
exercise to prevent cancer

Virtual living, real cancer

“Physical activity is recommended for people of all ages as a means to reduce risks for certain types of cancers and other non-communicable diseases,” Dr. Tim Armstrong, of WHO’s Department of Chronic Diseases and Health Promotion, said in a WCRF news release.

“In order to improve their health and prevent several diseases, adults should do at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity throughout the week. This can be achieved by simply walking 30 minutes five times per week or by cycling to work daily,” he advised.
Other healthy lifestyle habits that reduce the risk of cancer include quitting smoking, avoiding secondhand smoke, avoiding excessive sun exposure, and preventing cancer-causing infections, the WCRF said.
Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Each year, 12.7 million people are diagnosed with cancer and 7.6 million die from the disease. But 30 percent to 40 percent of cancers can be prevented and one-third can be cured through early diagnosis and treatment, according to the WCRF.
The Underlying Causes of Cancer
Cancerous cells are always being created in the body. It’s an ongoing process that has gone on for eons. Consequently, there are parts of your immune system are designed to seek out and destroy cancer cells.
Chemicals

Just wash it!

Cancer has been around as long as mankind, but only in the second half of the 20th century did the number of cancer cases explode. Contributing to this explosion are the excessive amounts of toxins and pollutants we are exposed to, high stress lifestyles that zap the immune system, poor quality junk food that’s full of pesticides, irradiated and now genetically modified, pathogens, electromagnetic stress, lights, and just about everything that wasn’t here 200 years ago.

All these weaken the immune system, and alter the internal environment in the body to an environment that promotes the growth of cancer.
Cancer tumors begin when more cancerous cells are being created than an overworked, depleted immune system can destroy.
Constant exposure to tens of thousands of manmade chemicals from birth onward, chlorinated and fluoridated water, electromagnetic radiation, pesticides and other toxins, leads to the creation of too many free radicals and excessive numbers of cancerous cells.
Alone this would be enough to raise cancer levels, but combined with an immune system weakened by a diet of refined and over processed food, mineral depleted soils, and too much exposure to artificial light at night, the immune system at some point no longer is able to keep cancer in check, and it starts to grow in your body.
So again let’s start with basics. Please learn about food, chemicals around you and please exercize.

February 14, 2011

Dress warm in winter

Winter beauty

My research:

What conditions contribute to common cold?
Below are several opinions that make sense to me.
Cold weather
It’s a mix of factors. Cold viruses thrive in cold weather. Cold weather and moving from heated environments to the outside causes drying of mucus membranes, mucus membranes are a first line defense, this usually causes itchy nose and the tendency to “pick” the nose or rub the eyes, introducing more viruses and bacteria.
The common cold virus will not survive in normal body temperatures. So if your body has the cold virus and you are exposed to cold weather, the virus can multiply. Breathing cold air can help the virus to reproduce if it is there. So try to keep your nose warm.
I would also think that if you were outside a lot in the cold, your body would be spending a lot of energy keeping warm, which would probably lower you immune system’s functioning by a bit.
During the flu season of 2005, an experiment was performed to test the idea that being cold can make you sick. 90 people kept their feet in a bowl of ice water for 20 minutes, while a control group of 90 people put their feet in an
empty bowl for 20 minutes. Over the next 5 days, 29% of the group with chilled feet developed cold symptoms, compared to only 9% of the control group.
Professor Eccles explained this effect by saying that our bodies restrict blood flow to the extremities when we get cold to help conserve body heat for the torso and brain, which really need to be warm. Cutting off the blood flow reduces the supply of white blood cells which are the immune system’s primary weapon against germs.
Food. While his explanation makes sense, there may be a more general effect at work. The human body is a machine that accepts fuel in the form of food, and uses that fuel’s energy to keep us warm and to power our immune systems, muscles and brains. However, in frigid conditions our bodies have probably evolved to say “who cares if I might get sick a week later when I’m going to die of hypothermia in half an hour?”
Vitamins. Most immune system stimulants contain vitamin C. During an infection, vitamin C levels in the bloodstream decrease dramatically. Vitamins A, E and the mineral zinc are also necessary for proper immune system function. Other nutrients, such as calcium and magnesium are needed so that the cells of the body can easily absorb vitamin C. In other words, a good daily multi-vitamin, in addition to a well balanced diet, rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains can be good to fight a common cold and for overall good health.
Change of seasons. In the United States, most colds occur during fall and spring. The common cold starts some time in late August or early
September and incidents of cold remain high until March or April, after which they start to decline. Many scientists attribute the spread of common cold to the season as during fall and spring, people tend to spend more time indoors
and the chances of virus spreading from one person to the next increases.
Do as your mother told you and ware a hat in the winter time anyway. Covering your ears and head will at least make you more comfortable when the icy cold wind is whipping around. And you never know–holding in even a mere 7% of your body heat might just make you that much warmer.
Simple steps to follow
•Rapid temperature changes affect your immune system the most.
So dress warm in winter and don’t forget the hat.
•Don’t run your air conditioner too low in summer.
•Healthy life style is critical for strong immune system. Eat right and exercise.
•Don’t drink cold drinks in any season-period. Cold icy drinks kill your stomach.

chicken soup

Hot soup

If you get sick use home remedies. Not ibuprofen. Chicken soup!

Do not take antibiotics as a common cold remedy. There are hundreds of sites offering great home remedies.
In the winter don’t forget to let the fresh air in-open windows each day for a few minutes.
Be well!

Author: James Moffat

Immune system

Healthy immune system

While vitamin C is probably the first thing on most people’s minds, there are plenty of other vitamins, minerals and nutraceutical ingredients that can help protect the body. Researchers around the world are always looking for new ways to boost immunity. And later this month, a number of those researchers are gathering in one place.

On October 28, the International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition & Health will sponsor the 2nd World Congress on Immunity Ingredients “to discuss the latest advances on immunity and health and how to boost the immune health system.”
According to organizers, the conference will specifically focus on “the innovations in probiotics, prebiotics and antioxidants applications … dedicated to immune system of babies, seniors, obese individuals and diabetics by these immunity modulators.”
Vitamins in Isotonic form

Drink your vitamins

There will also be presentations on how antioxidants can help protect the skin, early-life nutrition and the links between immunity, obesity and gut microbes. But probiotics will be center-stage at the event, a topic that the Isotonix Blog and maBlog have discussed in the past.

Research has shown  probiotics to support immunity, as well as other important areas of one’s health. Probiotics, tiny microorganisms that help maintain a healthy balance of essential bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, are becoming increasingly popular in today’s health & nutrition market.
It is important to understand, though, that while some products claim to provide large quantities of probiotics, the diversity of strains, total bacterial count and protection of the probiotics are key elements in a powerful product.

Andrew Weil, M.D. – Ending Our Addiction to Pharmaceuticals from Andrew Weil, M.D. on Vimeo.

Our dependence on pharmaceuticals is dangerous to our health and to the health of our economy .

There are many alternatives like chicken soup for example. Please use common sense. And that applies to doctors also.

Here is a short comparison between Eastern and Western understanding if Dis Ease from Stress Solutions.

Personal Responsibility
Key energetic changes are functions of one’s psyche and lifestyle so preventing serious illness is primarily self care. Patient’s stories are mistrusted and personal conditions considered irrelevant.
Prevention
The major thrust of medicine, so Chinese doctors were only paid if people stayed well. Not the primary concern, actively discouraged by original insurance plans.
Model Of Medicine
Man as ecosystem, a garden; harmony. Man as machine; conflict.
The Physician
As gardener, assistant: to cultivate life, to help patient get/stay well. As mechanic: to fix what is broken.
Diagnosis: Understanding Illness
Perceiving the relationships between all the patients signs and symptoms. Uncovering a disease entity separate from the patient’s being.

Here are some natural supplements to help your body to take care of itself.

“Flu is one of the leading causes of death in our country,” she says. “Over 36,000 people die every year in our country and it’s

Is the flu shot effective

Flu prevention

preventable by getting the flu shot.”

The federal government finds of that 36,000, about 1,000 people die directly from the flu virus. Blame for the remaining 35,000 deaths goes to diseases like pneumonia that may follow the flu.
However there’s no clear scientific connection between the flu and these more serious afflictions. That means most of the time the shot would have little impact in actually preventing death.
Barbara Loe Fisher heads of the non-governmental National Vaccine Information Center. She says the repeated references to 36,000 seems to be an attempt to scare people into getting the shot.
Fisher suggests the public is smart enough to decide independently. A free market would be better, she believes.
“If we allow vaccines to be subject to the test of the marketplace, then the public will use those vaccines they consider to be safe, effective, and necessary,” Fisher says.
Flu Shot Alternatives
Fisher has a new book on the safety issues with vaccines, “Vaccines, Autism & Chronic Inflammation: The New Epidemic.” Those concerns have led her to look at alternatives.
One alternative favored by a number of physicians is vitamin D.
Dr. John Cannell, Executive Director of the Vitamin D Council, suggests the reason we even have a flu season is because our vitamin D levels drop.
“Pretty much any disease, any infectious disease, that is more common in winter is a target of vitamin D,” Cannell says.
He says that’s true even of some serious non-seasonal, prolonged diseases such as tuberculosis. Early in the 19th century, TB sanitariums where people would get sun were one of the few ways to recover from “consumption,” as it was known.
So Cannell suggests babies get a 1,000 units a day and those two and older get 2,000 units. Many adults and some children need to take more than that. For kids, that can come as a single daily drop of liquid D.
Cannell says a recent discovery explains vitamin D’s role in the flu season. The vitamin triggers your body to produce its own antibiotics against flu as well as colds.
While Remley says getting the shot is the first priority, she finds nutrition quite important. For her, the research is becoming clearer.
“We’re learning every day more and more that there are a number of vitamins that we are deficient in,” she says. “Vitamin D is certainly one of them because we have way too many people who spend a whole lot of time indoors.”

Pycnogenol

Author: Yoselin
August 19, 2010

Powerful antioxidant

Pine bark extract Pycnogenol

Pycnogenol is a trade name for a compound of natural antioxidants extracted from the bark of the French Maritime pine tree-Pinus pinaster. Loaded with bioflavonoids and other biologically active phytonutrients, or plant nutrients, Pycnogenol is backed by clinical research and a long history of use. Studies show that Pycnogenol-a powerful antioxidant-has cardiovascular benefits, boosts the immune system, improves the appearance of the skin, treats varicose veins, relieves the pain of arthritis, and reduces inflammation.

Pycnogenol is one of the few standardized bioflavonoid-containing plant extracts that has undergone numerous experimental and clinical studies to determine its effects on the human body. Because Pycnogenol is a standardized extract-meaning that each batch of Pycnogenol contains exactly the same amount of bioflavonoids and procyanidins-other researchers can use it in their experiments to confirm the results of previous studies. This is one of the important criteria of scientific research-that experiments can be successfully reproduced by other researchers. In fact, one reason why researchers have come up with so many different results when testing plant extracts and compounds is because these substances have not been standardized. Once a substance becomes standardized, however, it often attracts much scientific attention.
Short history
French explorer Jacques Cartier was introduced to pine-bark tea by the native Indians of Quebec during the winter of 1534. The Indians gave Cartier and his men the pine-bark tea to save them from dying of scurvy. Over 400 years later, Professor Jack Masquelier of the University of Bordeaux in France was working in Canada and came across this information. It fascinated him because he was very interested in studying the bioflavonoids, which he suspected were partly responsible for helping Cartier’s group ward off scurvy.
Professor Masquelier began to conduct research on pine bark to determine its biological effects. Later in France, he worked with extracts made from the bark of the Maritime pine trees that grew there. From this work, he determined that the extract did indeed display antioxidant activity and had beneficial effects on the vascular system-similar to the vitamin-P factor observed years earlier by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. Professor Masquelier continued his work on pine-bark extract and developed a standardized extract, which he eventually called Pycnogenol.

OPC-3 in Isotonic form

The Isotonix (TM) OPC-3

Pycnogenol has been used safely for many years in Europe. This substance has no mutagenic activity as determined by the Ames test. This means that Pycnogenol does not cause DNA mutations and is non-cancer causing. Moreover, Pycnogenol has gone through extensive testing to confirm its purity and safety. Studies on humans report no alarming side effects-even at high dosages. Pycnogenol is therefore considered nontoxic at the recommended dosage of 20 to 100mg per day for extended periods of several months, or 100 to 300mg for shorter periods of a few months, which is reserved for therapeutic usag

The phytonutrient components of Pycnogenol-including the antioxidant organic acids caffeic acid, gallic acid, and ferulic acid-have been tested for their free-radical scavenging activities. Pycnogenol has been shown to be effective in neutralizing several types of free radicals, such as the super oxide radical and hydroxyl radical. It also inhibits fatty-acid peroxidation caused by the biochemical t-butyl hydro peroxide, and thereby reduces damage to the cardiovascular system.
Here is some research done on Pycnogenol:

Antibiotics: Misuse puts you and others at risk

By Mayo Clinic stuff

antibiotics

Antibiotics overuse

If you think antibiotic resistance isn’t a problem or doesn’t affect you, think again. A prominent example of the dangers of antibiotic resistance is the spread of MRSA — or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. MRSA was once a concern only for people in the hospital, but a newer form of MRSA is causing infections in healthy people in the community.

Antibiotic resistance occurs when antibiotics no longer work against disease-causing bacteria. These infections are difficult to treat and can mean longer lasting illnesses, more doctor visits or extended hospital stays, and the need for more expensive and toxic medications. Some resistant infections can even cause death.

Dispute over rules for approving new drugs stalls production even as concern rises over deadly resistant bacteria

August 06, 2010|By Trine Tsouderos, Tribune reporter

Drug companies are abandoning the antibacterial business, citing high development costs, low return on investment and, increasingly, a nearly decade-long stalemate with the Food and Drug Administration over how to bring new antibiotics to market.

Soon, doctors fear, we could be defenseless against bacteria that can resist all existing antibiotics, which would mean more victims like Simon, dead from a staph infection that drugs used to conquer easily.

Dr. Brad Spellberg, an expert on antibiotic resistance, called the situation “catastrophic.”

The debate over setting new guidelines for antibiotic clinical trials has lasted almost a decade. In two years there have been at least nine meetings among the FDA, pharmaceutical industry scientists and physicians, academics and infectious-disease doctors, but the group has agreed on little besides the dire need for new antibiotics.

For years, new antibiotics often were approved based on clinical trials that didn’t have to show the new drug was better than an old one. Instead it had to fall within an acceptable margin of efficacy, which meant it could test somewhat worse and still be considered a success.

Some are suggesting that for community-acquired pneumonia, antibiotics trials might require as many as 10,000 patients at a cost of about $50,000 a patient, or $500 million. “Cubist barely makes that much a year,” he said.

“Nobody can run those trials,” said Shlaes. “They live in a different world. Their world is numbers and logic. It is not patients and life.”

And in my opinin that is the root of the problem. Big Pharma concerned about profits, not patients and life.

When is it appropriate to use antibiotics?

Antibiotics are effective against bacterial infections, certain fungal infections and some kinds of parasites. Antibiotics don’t work against viruses. Taking an antibiotic when you have a viral infection won’t make you feel better — and can contribute to antibiotic resistance.

Ways to avoid antibiotic resistance

Wash the right way. There is some concern that the triclosan in antibacterial soaps could lead to resistance, and it’s not clear whether they’re any more effective than scrubbing for 30 seconds with regular soap and water. Alcohol is also effective surface cleaner that don’t create resistance.

Buy organic. The antibiotics in the feed of some nonorganic farm animals may contribute to antibiotic resistance. Check your local farmers’ markets

Don’t take an antibiotic unless you absolutely have to. “We could probably cut our antibiotic use by 70% if people only took them when they are absolutely necessary,” says Louis Rice, MD, an expert on resistant bugs and chief of medical service at Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. With some illnesses that typically go away on their own, like ear infections and sinus infections, you can practice “watchful waiting”—get the prescription, but don’t fill it unless the condition persists.

Ask for the shortest course of antibiotics. “The optimal length of antibiotic use for most illnesses may be much less than the current recommendations,” Dr. Rice says. “There might be a three-day course or a seven-day course that is equally effective as a longer one.” For example, when doctors studied treatments for urinary-tract infections, they found that 87% cleared up with a single dose of antibiotics and 94% were cured with a three-day course.

Strengthen your immune sysytem wit proper food and natural supplements.

Teach others how to avoid antibiotics

New research suggests a link between women’s exposure to household insecticides — including roach and mosquito killers — and the autoimmune disorders rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
The scientist did not find a direct cause-and-effect relationship between insecticide exposure and the illnesses, and it’s possible that the women have something else in common that accounts for their higher risk. But epidemiologist Christine Parks, lead investigator of the study, said the findings do raise a red flag.
“It’s hard to envision what other factors might explain this association,” said Parks, an epidemiologist with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences who was to present the study over the weekend at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting in Philadelphia.
Previous research has linked agricultural pesticides to higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, two diseases in which the immune system goes haywire and begins to attack the body. Farmers, among others, appear to be vulnerable.
Parks and her colleagues wanted to find out whether smaller doses of insecticides, such as those people might encounter at home from either personal or commercial residential use, might have a similar effect.
The researchers examined data from a previous study of almost 77,000 postmenopausal women aged 50 to 79.
Women who reported applying insecticides or mixing them — about half — had a higher risk of developing the two autoimmune disorders than women who reported no insecticide use. This was the case whether or not they had lived on a farm. Those who used or mixed the insecticides the most — judged by frequency or duration — had double the risk.
Even so, the risk of developing the diseases remained very low. Overall, Parks said, about 2 percent of older adults develop the conditions.
Parks said the insecticides that the women used included insect killers, such as those designed to eradicate ants, wasps, termites, mosquitoes and roaches. They didn’t include insect repellents.
It is hard to avoid the chemicals in our lives. But we should be aware of risks.
Also I would suggest the product we are taking for two years now.

New research suggests a link between women’s exposure to household insecticides — including roach and mosquito killers — and the autoimmune disorders rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.

The scientist did not find a direct cause-and-effect relationship between insecticide exposure and the illnesses, and it’s possible that the women have something else in common that accounts for their higher risk. But epidemiologist Christine Parks, lead investigator of the study, said the findings do raise a red flag.
“It’s hard to envision what other factors might explain this association,” said Parks, an epidemiologist with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences who was to present the study over the weekend at the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting in Philadelphia.

Previous research has linked agricultural pesticides to higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, two diseases in which the immune system goes haywire and begins to attack the body. Farmers, among others, appear to be vulnerable.

Parks and her colleagues wanted to find out whether smaller doses of insecticides, such as those people might encounter at home from either personal or commercial residential use, might have a similar effect.
The researchers examined data from a previous study of almost 77,000 postmenopausal women aged 50 to 79.

Women who reported applying insecticides or mixing them — about half — had a higher risk of developing the two autoimmune disorders than women who reported no insecticide use. This was the case whether or not they had lived on a farm. Those who used or mixed the insecticides the most — judged by frequency or duration — had double the risk.
Even so, the risk of developing the diseases remained very low. Overall, Parks said, about 2 percent of older adults develop the conditions.
Parks said the insecticides that the women used included insect killers, such as those designed to eradicate ants, wasps, termites, mosquitoes and roaches. They didn’t include insect repellents.It is hard to avoid the chemicals in our lives. But we should be aware of risks.

Also I would suggest the product we are taking for two years now.

Cancer?

Author: Nathan
June 6, 2010

“Those who fail to take the time to be healthy
will ultimately have to take the time to be sick.”
~ Dr. James Chappell
Cancer does not develop for some unknown reason. Once you understand why and how it develops, and learn how to support your body so that it may more effectively fight cancer, it may never be too late to get healthy again. (No matter what type, they have the same underlying causes.)
Cancer is a natural process where, to put it simply, an overworked and weakened immune system cannot kill it as fast as it is multiplying. Toxin, carcinogens, radiation, even viruses, combined with an unhealthy internal environment , and in conjunction with a weakened immune system, cause more cells to turn cancerous, and allows them to thrive.
Cancer is a perfectly natural process. A very small percentage of cells in every person who has ever lived turn cancerous. And the body usually gets rid of those cancerous cells before they do harm. This process has been going on for eons. It is only when more cancer cells are being created than the body can get rid of that the problem comes. With increased toxins, viruses, carcinogens, etc. our immune systems have become significantly overworked and weakened.
Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by a fermentation of sugar.
18 things that CAUSE cancer: (in no particular order)
Smoking cigarettes
Drinking non-organic milk or eating non-organic dairy products
Hydrogenated oils and trans fatty acids
Mammography radiation
Chemotherapy and radiation
Perfumes and fragrance products
Cosmetics and personal care products
Home cleaning products, including laundry detergent, dryer sheets, etc.
Plastic food containers – includes plastic lining inside food cans
Sodium nitrite – found in most processed meats
Pesticides, PCBs, chlorine and other chemicals
Acrylamides (formed during high-heat food processing such as frying)
Watching television / lack of exercise
Severe emotional distress or relationship stress
Refined sugars / refined grains
Dry cleaning chemicals
Hair color chemicals
Nail polish remover
22 things that PREVENT cancer:
Anti-cancer foods
Green tea
Medicinal mushrooms – reishi, shiitake, agaricus blazei, etc.
Lycopene and tomatoes
Infra-red saunas and sweat lodges – because sweating expels toxins
Chlorella
Pomegranate seeds
Rainforest herbs – There are many anti-cancer rainforest herbs, including graviola and Cat’s Claw (Una de Gato).
Juice detoxification
Acupuncture – helps move blood and chi (body’s energy)
Sprouts – ALL sprouts are anti-cancer. Best sprouting machine is the EasyGreen Automatic Sprouter (use any search engine to find resellers)
Red clover – Helps cleanse the blood. Find from any supplement maker.
Deep breathing / oxygenation / stress reduction
Yoga, Tai Chi or Pilates – These all boost lymph circulation
Cacao – (real chocolate)
Therapeutic massage – helps move lymph, boost circulation
Mint – grow your own (the easiest plant to grow)
Apricot pits / laetrile / vitamin B17

 Here is the excerpt from an article that is not surprising but shocking nevertheless.

LOS ANGELES — Nearly half of all adult Americans have high cholesterol, high blood pressure or diabetes, all conditions that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers from the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.
One in 8 Americans has at least two of the conditions and 1 in 33 have all three, sharply increasing their risk.
Of those with at least one condition, 15 percent have not been diagnosed, according to the report released online.
“The number that really surprises me is the penetration of these conditions into the U.S. population,” said Dr.
Clyde Yancy of Baylor University Medical Center, president of the American Heart Association. “When that number is nearly 50 percent, that’s a huge wake-up call.”
It means there are a large number of people, Yancy said, “who think they are healthy … but are working under a terrible misconception.” “This report is so timely and important because it crystallizes exactly what the burden is,” Yancy said. “It tells us the challenge we now face that could stress and potentially defeat any health care system we could come up with.” Personal responsibility plays a big role in creating these three health problems, he said. “This trio begins with a quartet of smoking, a junk diet, physical inactivity and obesity. Those are all things we can do something about.”
Here are supplements that helped many. Just remember it is not a “silver bullet”  

Exercise, eat properly, don’t be a couch potato.
The Heart Health System is comprised of Heart Health Essential Omega III Fish Oil with Vitamin E, Heart Health TriActive™, and Heart Health Advanced LipiTrim® Ultra, all designed to promote overall cardiovascular health. Heart Health Essential Omega III Fish Oil with Vitamin E provides the three grams of EPA† (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA† (docosahexaenoic acid) that studies reveal is the most effective amount to promote overall cardiovascular health.

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