Crp

Inflammation and Heart Disease

…protein (CRP) levels, a marker for inflammation, by 45 percent in just two weeks. Third, exercise. People who exercise regularly have lower CRP levels than sedentary folks. In a JAMA study, middle-aged couch potatoes who took up a walking program (just 30 minutes five times a week) reduced their CRP

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Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol

…average 21 percent decrease in total cholesterol and a 15 percent decrease in triglycerides—plus a significant decrease in C-reactive protein (CRP), which is a marker of inflammation. Big Pharma Won’t Make Money on These Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol This isn’t surprising…

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Preventing Alzheimer's Disease Naturally

…Inflammation: Brain tissues affected by Alzheimer’s disease are a hotbed of inflammation, and an elevated blood level of C-reactive protein (CRP) is linked with increased risk of the disease. Tame the flames with nature’s premiere anti-inflammatories: omega-3 fats and curcumin. Studies…

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Floss Your Way to Better Heart Health

…researchers found that those who flossed their teeth at least every other day for six months were able to lower their CRP levels into the normal range, and when they stopped flossing, CRP went back up. Another study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that aggressive treatment…

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Achieve a Healthy Weight With Irvingia gabonensis

…because overweight individuals also have elevations in C-reactive protein (CRP). In addition to being a marker of inflammation, CRP binds to leptin and blocks its effects on satiety and weight reduction. By lowering CRP, irvingia frees up leptin so it can do what it’s supposed to do—put…

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Benefits of Krill Oil

…rheumatoid arthritis, or osteoarthritis took 300 mg of krill oil per day for 30 days, their CRP dropped a whopping 30.9 percent. Conversely, patients given placebo pills experienced a 25.1 percent increase in CRP. Other benefits of krill oil unearthed by this study included marked improvements in…

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4 Ways to Clean Up the Air in Your Home

…respiratory or cardiovascular problems. In one study, these filters removed nearly 60 percent of air particulates, lowered C-reactive protein (CRP) levels by 32 percent, and improved endothelial function. Now it’s your turn: Do you use any other methods for purifying the air in your house?…

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