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Choline from eggs and fatty meat increase heart attack risks

Choline is essential for metabolism and membranes; however too much choline intake can be bad, and is linked to stroke, heart attacks, blood clots,...

Environmental toxins link to cardiovascular disease, heart problems and stroke risk.

Environmental toxins are increasingly indicated as factors that increase the risk of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), strokes and heart attack, along with contributing to other...

Eating fish wards of existing heart problems

In people with existing cardiovascular issues, eating just two helpings of fish per week reduces the risk of heart attack or stroke. In the study...

Flu can increase the risk of stroke

Two studies have linked ‘flu-like illnesses with an increased risk of a stroke and tears in the inner wall of the neck arteries; both...

Small aspirin to the rescue in Covid

Hospitalized COVID-19 patients who are already taking a low-dose daily aspirin to protect against heart disease and stroke have a significantly lower risk of...

Butyrate significantly improves your health

Butyrate is a Short Chain Fatty Acid made by certain gut bacteria from fermentable fibre; it is essential both for good gut health and...

Metabolic Syndrome

People with ‘Metabolic Syndrome’ have at least three of the following 5 conditions: high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides, low ‘good’ HDL...

Low Testosterone in men link to Alzheimer’s, multimorbidity and cancer

Two separate studies have linked declining levels of testosterone in all age groups the multiple chronic illnesses with one study showing a ‘significant’ link...

Stroke or heart attack? Living alone? Get a dog.

If you live alone and you are a heart attack or stroke survivor, you have less risk of an early death if you own...

Eating too quickly increases risk of chronic illness

Researchers have shown that people who eat too quickly have a higher risk of obesity and metabolic disorder (diabetes, stroke and cardiovascular risk). Researchers from...