Can a magnesium deficiency result in sudden death as a result of heart disease? Over the last thirty years or so, there’s been many published medical studies and journals suggesting that a l... Read more
The Konjac Kraze Perhaps in your search for dietary supplements and fibers, you might have come across this plant called the konjac, also nicknamed the elephant yam, voodoo lily or the snake... Read more
Are you gulping down the diet soda, hoping for a slimmer waist? Contrary to the calorie count, diet soda has been shown to raise blood sugar and increase waist sizes. The increase of blood s... Read more
It’s easy to become immune to all the messages in the media about heart health. From commercials on television that sell you on “heart-healthy” foods such as Cheerios, to the magazine and o... Read more
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