Articles for topic: heart disease
Strokes and heart disease, often related to oestrogen dominance, carry an increased risk at menopause. Hormone balance, and these simple tips, will help you stay heart healthy.
You may have thought you knew, but here is an alternative view on the cause of heart attacks by Patrick Hoilford, a leading advocate of alternative nutrition and diet methods.
Women are more vulnerable to heart disease than is generally acknowledged so knowing the signs could save your life.
As someone who has suffered a TIA, I have more than a passing interest in stroke risk but I didn’t realise how much difference simply being a woman made.
Given that heart disease is a major cause of death for women, it makes sense to help yourself as much as you can.
Heart disease is the number one killer for women and protecting your heart with bioidentical progesterone will help and being informed is the best way to prevent it.
The DASH diet has long been recommended for heart health and weight loss, but did you realise it could help with hypertension too?
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.
You may know that some medicines don’t work well together. But what you eat and drink can have an effect on some drugs, too.
High blood pressure is common during menopause. Naturally reducing it will help with weight loss and lower your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.