Gene Changer Formula For Reversing Heart Disease

Daily Aspirin: More Than Just Heart Attack Prevention

Based on recommendations set forth by the American Heart Association (AHA), an aspirin a day does help to keep heart attacks at bay. By taking a daily low dose of aspirin, individuals who are heart attack survivors or are at high risk for having a heart attack reduced their risk of death from either a [...]

Gene Linked to Heart Disease

Duke University researchers conducted a study in which a gene variant was linked to an increased risk of heart disease. In fact, the study showed that carriers of the gene, under stressful situations, released about twice the amount of cortisol. Cortisol, better known as the stress hormone, is responsible for many functions in the body, [...]

Skipping Breakfast—Is It Bad for Your Health?

If you take an unofficial poll of your family, friends, and coworkers about whether or not they eat breakfast in the morning, you may find that most of them don’t eat breakfast (and if they do eat breakfast, it’s hardly a healthy one). What about you? Is eating breakfast a part of your morning routine? [...]

12 Genechanging Reasons to Eat More Radishes

Maybe you think of them as those cute little, heart-shaped bulbs that can add some zip to your salads. If you’re in Asia, you call them daikon and recognize them as part of your everyday food-taking, such as for main dishes, soups, and garnish. They can even be steamed, sautéed, or boiled for a zesty [...]

Cilantro Kale Soup

Serves 2  Gone are the days when hot soups were the only soups. Now you get to choose. In this case, kale is the uber health defense against heart disease, diabetes, cancer, etc. Your body and future health will thank you. It’s the Genechanger way. 1 cup kale, slivered 4 cups organic vegetable broth ½ [...]

Coming to Grips with Heart Disease Risk

Every year, in the United States, 610,000 people die from the leading killer of Americans — heart disease. Fortunately, heart disease is largely preventable through diet and lifestyle changes. Cardiovascular health is burdened by modifiable risk factors: The Western diet, which is loaded with refined foods and processed carbs, and a sedentary lifestyle. Most people are [...]

Sugar: Myths Vs. Facts

When sugar is being processed properly, it is stored in the fat and muscle cells to be used as a primary energy source. But this processing mechanism can break down for a number of reasons. The main mode of disorder is insulin resistance or insensitivity. Insulin insensitivity occurs when the cells of the body no [...]

Genechanging Foods To Beat Heart Disease

Heart disease is, unfortunately, still the #1 cause of death in the United States. The good news is that it's a disease that's largely preventable by modifying your diet and exercising. Scientists have learned over the years that one big key to preventing heart disease is reducing inflammation. In this video (and in my upcoming [...]

Genechanging Strategies to Prevent Heart Disease

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Americans. The term heart disease includes, under the broad category of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), two subforms: (1) ischemic heart disease (loss of blood supply to the heart muscle, leading to a heart attack) and (2) cerebrovascular disease (loss of blood supply to the brain, leading to a [...]

Keep Inflammation From Breaking Your Heart

Chances are, you or someone you know will suffer from a form of heart disease, unfortunately. Heart disease, which is also referred to as cardiovascular disease (CVD), is the number one cause of death in the United States. Here are seven factors that the American Heart Association (AHA) identifies as being important to heart health: [...]