Written by Judy Thompson

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According to Dr. Otto Warburg, winner ofrepparttar Nobel Prize for cancer research. “Cancer has only one prime cause. It isrepparttar 147426 replacement of normal oxygen respiration ofrepparttar 147427 body’s cells by an anaerobic cell respiration.” Otherwise, there is not enough oxygen atrepparttar 147428 cellular level.

In addition, an insufficient supply of oxygen torepparttar 147429 tissues, is a major cause of our worst diseases, including heart disease.

So what can you do to increaserepparttar 147430 oxygen level to your cells and provide your body withrepparttar 147431 oxygen it needs for optimum health? Here are six suggestions: 1.Get more physical exercise 2.Eat dark-colored berries 3.Eat plenty of green, leafy vegetables 4.Avoid trans fats 5.Take oxygen-enhancing products, such as Cellfood & other oxygen products. 6.Take food-based antioxidants, such as in wild blueberries.

Of course, if you are under a doctor’s care and taking prescription medicines, you would be wise to check with him or her before making any significant changes in diet or exercise.

Judy Thompson is a former Health teacher and for many years has been a student of natural nutrition. Nutrition information and products may be found at and ordered from her website.

Zeroing in on the Prevention of Heart Disease

Written by Mike Spencer

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Believe it or not, tea drinkers also have a decreased risk factor for heart disease. Due to its anti-oxidant properties, this is an ideal beverage – especially for those who don’t eatrepparttar proper amount of fruits and vegetables, which also contain anti-oxidants.

This type of beverage, in addition torepparttar 147376 fruits and vegetables, are rich in natural anti-oxidants and are, therefore, better for your heart health and overall health profile than supplements.

The bottom line is that, in order to have more control overrepparttar 147377 health of your heart, there are specific types of behaviors and activities that you can integrate into your daily lifestyle.

These include eating a heart-healthy diet, controlling your weight, smoking cessation, controlling diabetes (if present), maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, controlling blood pressure levels, managing stress and participating in a daily exercise program – either by taking a class, enrolling in a gym or health spa, or designing an exercise plan that can be executed at home.

A simple stroll aroundrepparttar 147378 neighborhood each day will help to control these potential risk factors. Medical professionals prescribe an hour of exercise each day – seven days a week.

Of course, regular medical examinations are a necessary part of your health program, and those who are seeking to reduce their risk of heart disease should be screened for those types of ailments on a regular basis.

Early detection can meanrepparttar 147379 difference between losing your life to heart disease and adding years to your life by takingrepparttar 147380 necessary measures to restore your heart to good health.

Mike Spencer has been helping people protect their health for many years. To find out how you can help protect your heart and prevent heart disease visit mikes site at: To get access to the full article directory go to:

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