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Good Cholesterol vs. Bad Cholesterol

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/25/2015

Cholesterol is a waxy naturally occurring substance found in every cell of the body.

This fat-like nutrient is essential for the formation of cell membranes as well as numerous metabolic processes, including the synthesis of Vitamin D from sunlight.

Unlike oxygen and other nutrients, cholesterol does not dissolve in the blood.

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Six Bad Habits That Can Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/18/2015

Although most people assume that those who are overweight are the only ones at risk for heart disease, there are a number of other factors that can cause the condition to develop with time.

Although heart disease can be a threat to your health, there are a number of different ways to reduce your risk and gradually improve your health.

By making simple changes to your lifestyle and breaking unhealthy habits, it's possible to protect your heart and increase your lifespan.

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Four Heart Health Tips For Women

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/11/2015

Having an unhealthy heart is no joke and should be taken very seriously.

Each individual should be taking preliminary steps to protect themselves from the various diseases that can damage the heart, especially women. Heart disease kills more than 500,000 women each year as the leader of deaths in the United States.

To ensure a healthy heart is maintained, a few tips have been listed below for women to follow.

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Five Exercises For Promoting Heart Health

Posted by Dan Cromar on 2/4/2015

Your heart is central to your body's functioning, and your healthy life. Everyone needs to keep their hearts healthy through exercise, but not all exercises are equally good for your heart.

Your cardiovascular system needs steady activity that is strenuous, but not so strenuous that you tire yourself out or hurt yourself. Pushing yourself too hard is equally as bad as not exercising at all.

In order to promote a healthy heart, you'll need to train your heart to be comfortable with prolonged strenuous activity. Productive cardiovascular workouts take about twenty minutes, with time for warm up and cool down.

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