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Loving Your Heart

An Innovative Apporach to Valentine's Day


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Good article. Report
I thought stress is bad. Now I learnt is not that bad, hmm!. I did my GCSE Math last year, less sleep and that stress was so bad. I don't wish to have it again in my life.
There are so many things we can do instead of resorting to popping pills to better our health and strength. Report
the heart is truly the only organ that takes good and bad and continues to carry on,although a broken heart will take along time to heal if ever Report
It seems to me that saturated fat is not the villain it was made out to be -my Dad ate Becel and had 3 heart attacks. I would rather eat butter than something that's 2 steps away from PLASTIC. Report
Stress??? What's that???lol
The best way to protect your heart is to lower your internal inflammation levels.

The best way to do that is to lower your sugar and starch intake. They're empty calories for nutritional purposes, but a loaded gun for your heart health. Report
Another great article! Report
Love the article. It's great when you can read something to help you to make better choices. Report
I do wish my husband would quit smoking

I can not convince his how much it would mean to me Report
My triglycerides went from 330 in April to 82, and I lost 34 pounds in that time. There's a lot we can do for our tickers! Report
Another great read for the health of the body is: "YOU: On A Diet" by Dr. Oz. I have both the South Beach Diet book, per Jibbie, and YOU: On A Diet.

These books together are a powerhouse of information. YOU: On A Diet explains in layman's terms and with cartoon sketches, (as only Dr. Oz can do), how the body works and what happens when you care for it, and when you don't care for it. It has a storehouse of knowledge, information, and tips to help you understand why your body functions the way it does.

The South Beach Diet is geared to help one with getting their numbers, (blood pressure, sugar, cholesterol, ect.), going in the right direction.

Both books will do your heart wonders, and your body will thank you for it. Report
I think everyone should read ARTHUR AGATSTON, M.D.'s book "The South Beach Heart Health Program." as he is a Cardiologist and Professor at the U. of Miami Medical School. I've learned so much about Metabolic Syndrome/pre-diabetes from reading his books. Report
Great article. I love Valentine's Day. True it gets a lot of flack for being so commercialized; still, any day that brings hearts and love to the surface (even superficially) is okay by me. Report
Great article . . . Thanks! It gives me a lot to think about! Report

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