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Are You At Greater Risk for Heart Disease Because of a Genetic Mutation?

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Cancer, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Is heart disease in your genes? And if it is, can it be prevented? These are a few of the questions that the researchers, scientists and physicians over at the Cleveland Clinic, as well as the entrepreneurs here at, are highly interested in. An interesting article caught my attention this morning on that I’d like to discuss with our readers who are seeking out alternative, natural solutions for heart health and well being. Heart Disease Risks By now, if you at least follow our EraseDisease blog or Facebook Page, you have a general idea...

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Statins for High Cholesterol, Weighing the Pro’s and Con’s

Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

This morning I posted an interesting article on our Erase Disease Facebook page. It was in regard to everything we talk about here on the website pertaining to prescription medication, natural alternatives and heart disease. As you probably know statins are big business in the prescription medical field. The article I read this morning, from in NPR, was about one woman’s experience with statins. But it is a powerful reminder that every individual patient and their heart health is unique.   Wendy’s Heart Story In the article the author was dealing with high blood pressure. She...

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Children Need To Eat Healthier NOW for Heart Health

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Here at EraseDisease we focus most of our attention on individuals in heart disease risk categories, mostly older, with a history of heart disease, probable bad habits, but are looking for natural alternatives to get heart healthy. This morning, however, I came across an interesting article regarding children and their future risk for heart disease.   According to a study of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, American kids eat too much sugar and salt, they don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables, and far too many are overweight. The article goes on...

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Stress and Depression Linked to Heart Disease Deaths

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Happier and Healthier, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Here at  EraseDisease we often talk about how important attitude and emotions are when it comes to your heart health. Stress, depression, anxiety and a host of other negative emotions can wreak havoc on your health and wellbeing. A new study in the Journal Circulation Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes is shedding some additional light on why stress and depression in people with coronary heart disease creates a perfect storm that can increase the risk of death. Stress and heart health According to, patients with intense stress and depression or nearly 50 percent more likely to...

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Advanced Mobile Technology Improves Heart Health Research

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Technology is amazing, especially in the health field. From wearable tech to phones that can determine your heart rate to nutritional apps, mobile health tech is moving by leaps and bounds. And now researchers are able to tap into that wealth of information and use it to determine health outcomes! It’s remarkable.   ResearchKit The new open source iPhone software that is making waves is called ResearchKit, and it gives developers a platform for apps that collect health data. According to the Huffington Post, this wonderful tool gives researchers a platform to access the millions of...

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The Mediterranean Diet Rocks for Heart Health, Plain and Simple

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in Happier and Healthier, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

If we’ve said it once we’ve said it a million times – the Mediterranean Diet rocks! Seriously, it is the only diet that I know of that has been proven over and over to drastically reduce your risk for heart disease. I mean, if I told you that by changing your diet you could reduce your risk of heart disease by nearly 50% would you believe me? A new study is claiming similar facts.   The Study According to the Los Angeles Times, a new study makes clear that whatever one’s age, gender or health status, sticking with the Mediterranean diet is the single most powerful step a...

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