Could This Be the Answer to AFib, NAFLD and Other Diseases?

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  • CoQ10 is the third-most consumed supplement, after fish oil and multivitamins
  • CoQ10 keeps your mitochondria healthy and plays a crucial role in the production of ATP, the cellular energy required to keep you alive
  • CoQ10 deficiencies have been linked to many health problems, including migraines, heart disease and cancer
  • Conversely, supplementing with CoQ10, or the natural form called ubiquinol, may help improve several chronic health conditions such as AFib, NAFLD and heart failure

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Chronic Use of Heartburn Prescriptions Can Cause Diabetes

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  • Chronic use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) for the treatment of heartburn is associated with a 24% increased risk for developing Type 2 diabetes
  • PPIs may also increase the risk of weight gain, stomach cancer, chronic kidney disease, and a host of other problems
  • Alternative over-the-counter drugs, plus other prescription medications, were recalled after they were found positive for a carcinogen once used in rocket fuel
  • Consider a simple test as a rough indicator of how much acid your stomach produces, and take steps to heal your stomach and heartburn without hazardous drugs

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Why Kidney Disease Patients Should Be Extra Careful with Nutrition

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One in five overweight Americans is suffering from chronic kidney disease — a very significant number. A brand new piece of health news from the famous “Cleveland Clinic” has led to some valuable health advice: be careful when trying to shed pounds, because some things could damage your kidneys further. Continue reading

Fat Deficiency Kills More People Every Year than Breast Cancer

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Omega-3 deficiency is the sixth biggest killer of Americans, according to a new study.

Harvard University researchers looked at 12 dietary, lifestyle and metabolic risk factors such as tobacco smoking and high blood pressure, and used a mathematical model to determine how many fatalities could have been prevented if better practices had been observed.

The study determined that there were 72,000-96,000 preventable deaths each year due to omega-3 deficiency, highlighting the importance of establishing a dietary reference intake (DRI) for omega-3 forms such as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).

Another study found that a combination of omega-3 fatty acids and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) decreased blood pressure and heart rate in kidney disease patients.

People with chronic kidney disease (CKD), which increases the risk of heart disease, experienced improvements in both blood pressure and heart rate following supplementation with four grams of omega-3 fats.

Furthermore, when the omega 3’s were taken in combination with coenzyme Q10, the blood pressure reducing benefits were enhanced. CKD is linked to increased prevalence in all-cause mortality, cardiovascular events and hospitalization.

In addition to benefitting your physical health, omega-3 fats can also be good for your mind.

Researchers have shown that depressed patients have, on average, lower levels of omega-3 in their blood than nondepressed individuals. A greater severity of depression is also linked to lower levels of omega-3. A number of well-controlled depression treatment studies have found therapeutic benefits following omega-3 supplementation.