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Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease (II)

Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease (II)

Heart Disease: In the previous article, considering the important role of magnesium in maintaining heart health, we introduced a number of foods containing magnesium. In this article, you’ll come to know more about other foods that contain this essential mineral. 6- Artichokes Artichoke has a lot of other substances and …

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Eat These 10 Magnesium Filled Foods to Prevent Heart Disease

Prevent Heart Disease: Magnesium is one of the essential minerals that our body needs for healthy cells, tissue and muscle function. Magnesium deficiency increases the risk of heart attack by 53%. Healthy magnesium levels are best maintained with natural organic foods. Although magnesium supplements are available, These supplements may interfere …

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Sleep: Why we need enough sleep?

Sleep: Do you have enough concentration? Or do you have trouble in learning? More concentration Doctors are often associated with this problem with enough sleeping. There is a strong relationship between Sleep and brain cells.  Adequate sleep increases your concentration and learning ability. Fewer accidents Sleepy drivers cause many accidents. …

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High blood pressure and hypertensive heart disease

Hypertensive heart disease refers to heart conditions caused by high blood pressure. It’s not a single disease, but rather, a number of different heart disorders all caused by the same thing: the heart working under increased pressure. Hypertensive heart disease includes, among other conditions, heart failure, thickening of the heart …

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Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables

Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables

TUESDAY, Aug. 31 (HealthDay News) — Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables and low in saturated fats can significantly lower the risk of heart attack for people with mildly elevated blood pressure, Johns Hopkins University researchers say. The diet they examined — called the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches …

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