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Celiacs Have an Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

People who have celiac disease may face higher odds of developing cardiovascular disease — even though they often lack the “traditional” risk factors for heart disease such as hypertension, high body mass index, and high cholesterol, according to a study in BMJ Medicine.  Although mixed, some research has linked celiacRead

Not Everyone Benefits From High HDL

A National Institutes of Health-supported study found that high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, known as “good cholesterol,” may not be as effective as scientists once believed in predicting cardiovascular disease risk among adults of different racial and ethnic backgrounds. The research, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology,Read

Cocoa Capsules Lower Blood Pressure

For people with existing hypertension, capsules containing cocoa flavanols helped reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness, according to a small study in Frontiers in Nutrition. Previous trials back up these findings — in fact, some research suggests that cocoa flavanols lower blood pressure and arterial stiffness as much as certain bloodRead

Webinar: A Genomic Approach To Cardiovascular Disease

COVID and cardiovascular complications

Webinar by Genoma International. Sherry is a 53 year-old female with a family history of cardiovascular disease. She was proactive about her approach to health, physically active, and ate a balanced diet. When she was found to have significantly elevated LDL cholesterol on a routine checkup, she switched to a completely plant-basedRead

New Theory on Atherosclerosis: Massively Calcified Endosome Death

Anti-Inflammatory Function of HDL Cholesterol
Larry Weisenthal, M.D., Ph.D., announced today (July 22) new unpublished findings that may lead to a better understanding on the cause of atherosclerosis. Dr. Weisenthal, a physician and researcher, says he discovered a previously unknown biological mechanism that accounts for vascular calcification, or hardening of the arteries. Dr. Weisenthal has

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