Natural Bypass

Preventing Heart Disease With Aspirin

…questions about aspirin to prevent heart disease, and most people assume I’m against aspirin because it's a drug and I always recommend going the natural route first. Recently on my Facebook page I asked people whether they “Liked or Disliked” aspirin for heart protection. My previous “Like or…

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3 Powerful Ways to Stay Off the Cardiac Ward

…to die in the parking lot.” Presto! Grossly misinformed and frightened, people quickly embrace such “lifesaving” therapies as angioplasty, bypass, and other invasive heart procedures. Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body’s demands. The most common…

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Diabetes, Doctors, and Drugs: What Every Patient Should Know

…advocate a natural approach to treating elevated blood sugar levels. In all my years of practicing medicine, I’ve had great success helping my patients get their glucose numbers into a healthy range. Here’s my 4-step plan to improve insulin sensitivity and blood sugar levels, naturally: 1. Take targeted…

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Four Ways to Reduce Stroke Risk

…and stimulates the production of collateral blood vessels, which naturally bypass blocked arteries. It raises protective HDL cholesterol, lowers triglycerides, helps with weight loss, improves insulin sensitivity—and it can naturally lower blood pressure. You want to strive for 30-45 minutes of exercise…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…levels. Other dietary sources include avocado and walnuts. Leading the list of glutathione precursor supplements is N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC). This natural derivative of cysteine is so effective that it’s used in emergency rooms to treat acetaminophen (Tylenol) poisoning and to thin mucus in the lungs…

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Inflammation and Heart Disease

…rupture and attract a blood clot that blocks blood flow to the heart. So, while cardiologists are busy placing stents to prop open large blockages or bypassing them altogether with surgery, inflammation—the real culprit in heart disease—continues unimpeded. Inflammation is the body’s frontline immunological…

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Top Treatments for Sinus Infections

…seriously consider intravenous (IV) nutrients. When nutrients such as vitamin C are administered intravenously—directly into the bloodstream—they bypass the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, allowing for better absorption and greater potency. Unlike large doses of oral vitamin C, which can cause loose stools…

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