2 Supplements That Fix a Weak Heart

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If you want a strong heart and body, there are a few supplements you should be taking on a daily basis to help fight the number one killer, heart disease. The first one is Vitamin D3. A new study found people with chronic heart failure who take vitamin D3 on a daily basis improve their heart function. Chronic heart failure is heart muscle weakness that results in the inefficiency to pump blood throughout the body. The study found vitamin D3 improved the amount of blood…

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One Half of U.S. Population Low in Magnesium

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Magnesium is the second most abundant mineral in the body and is required for more than 300 metabolic reactions.  Not getting enough magnesium is associated with a long list of medical conditions and diseases, including heart disease, atherosclerosis, type II diabetes, chronic fatigue, migraine headaches, high blood pressure, stroke, kidney disease, colon cancer, osteoporosis, asthma, hyperactive nervous system, insomnia, muscle cramps, psychiatric conditions, depression, poor memory, lack of concentration, and sudden cardiac death!  Magnesium deficiency also elevates C-reactive protein, a result of systemic inflammation, which predisposes you to virtually…

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The Best Supplements You Need For Peak Brain Power

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Is your brain power and memory excellent or do you think there is “room for improvement?” If you are not taking these supplements or getting these nutrients from your food on a daily basis, this could be the reason your brain is not working at peak capacity. Vitamin D3.  Vitamin D deficiency has been estimated to be as high as 98 percent and has been linked to a number of brain disorders, including dementia and its most severe form, Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin D supplementation has…

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The Most Important Mineral to Slash Your Risk of The Top Diseases That Kill

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This mineral deficiency has become epidemic, with an estimated 80% of Americans being low. The most recent findings have concluded that taking this mineral in supplement form and eating foods containing it will help protect you from the most deadly diseases. Are you getting enough? There is an 80% chance you are low in magnesium which is putting you at greater risk for disease. The latest research is finding a connection between magnesium deficiency and the following diseases:  Heart Disease and Stroke. Magnesium is required…

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