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Study: Sugar is Still Bad—Unless It Comes from This Source

Newark, DE—Added sugar is still bad, according to new research from the University of Delaware. But eating whole fruit is not—and is actually linked...
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Study: Tishcon Freedom Softgels Shown to Lower Blood Pressure

Westbury, NY—Freedom Softgels have been shown to help reduce blood pressure, according to a press release from Tishcon, makers of Freedom Softgels. The Softgels contain...

Tomato Nutrient Complex May Help Lower Systolic Blood Pressure, Study Shows

Beer Sheva, Israel—A tomato nutrient complex (TNC) provided by Lycored may help maintain normal blood pressure in untreated hypertensive individuals, according to a new...
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Study: Tart Cherry Juice May Help Lower Blood Pressure, Cholesterol

Lansing, MI--A new study found that Montmorency tart cherry juice can help lower systolic blood pressure and LDL “bad” cholesterol in older adults. According...

Study Links Bone Broth to Heart Health Benefits

New research from the American Chemical Society (ACS) has shown that dry-cured ham bones contain peptides--mostly derived from collagen and hemoglobin proteins--that...

Physiology before Pharmacology for Healthy Blood Pressure

Click Here to Listen. In this interview Dr. Jaffe stresses the importance on nutrition,...

Study: Herb Reduces Body Fat

An aqueous leaf and stem extract of Cissus quandrangularis (CQR) has been shown to reduce body fat and improve components of metabolic syndrome in overweight individuals....

Study: Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Effectively Reduces Blood Pressure

A new study, titled "The Effect of Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract on Gut Microbiota, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Markers in Hypertensives: The GarGIC...

Making Sense of the New Blood Pressure Guidelines

This past November, 46% of American adults awoke one morning to find they had high blood pressure (aka hypertension). In men under age 45,...
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New Blood Pressure Guidelines Will Put More People in Risk Pool

Under new guidelines instituted by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, high blood pressure, which was once defined as 140/90...