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Pepsi Recalls One Of Its Top-selling 'zero Sugar' Drinks... Because They're Full Of Sugar

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Xylitol Is A Sugar Alcohol That Is Found In Small Amounts In Fruit And Vegetables And Is Used In Sugar-free Gum, Toothpaste And Baked Goods.

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Sweetened Drinks Linked To Atrial Fibrillation Risk

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“Drinking sugar- or artificially sweetened beverages was associated with increased risk of irregular heart rhythms, finds a study in Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology”

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Sweetened drinks linked to atrial fibrillation risk
Sweetened drinks linked to atrial fibrillation risk
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Great points! I said it was simple, not easy! We seem to understand what the food industries are doing to us. Are we helpless? Hunger and eating are hardwired. Are cravings and addictions? Don’t… read more

Does Anyone Eat Anything Other Than Oatmeal For Breakfast And Chicken, Turkey Or Fish For Dinner?

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On a strict Mediterranean diet (very little cheese, no meat, no processed foods, no transfats). I eat fresh fruit/veggies/whole grains/salmon, turkey/chicken/herbs. Boring but my BMI 20/118 lbs 5'4"… read more

11 High-fiber Fruits That Can Boost Your Gut And Heart Health

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Does Anyone Have Any Good Recipes For.low Sodium A D Sugar Diet. Tired Of The Same Ild Thing. Thanks In Advance.

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I'm on a low salt diet a d birder line Diabetic.

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Most of the recipes I learned at cardiac rehab taste terrible to me. So I eat a lot of fish and chicken. Lots of fruits and vegetables too, mostly raw or steamed. Recently I started getting meals… read more

I Would Like Some Advise On What Foods Are Good For You, Wednesday L Had A Gallstones Removed The Dr Said L Need To Eat Healthy Can

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The Dr wants to eat healthy can l get any help what l should eat?

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God bless you, l cook everything also. Thank you Robin your in my prayers 🙏🏼🙏🏼🌹

How Many People ,out Of 500. Do You Believe Really Get There BP., Cholesterol , Sugar Levels Under Control??

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My CARDIOLOGIST advised me frm the hospital bed to get right on it. No red meats low on sodium intake " and 18 months my LDL is 84. I use to be 268.🙂

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Nice I've heard good things bout the repatha injectable. Once got my cholesterol undercontrol my Doc. Put me on 10 of zetia and 40 of prevastatin before bed overnight and so far I'm holding in… read more

What The Results Of Wegovy’s Longest Clinical Trial Yet Show About Weight Loss, Side Effects And Heart Protection

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“ The analyses – of a trial called Select, whose results showed last year that Wegovy significantly reduced heart risk in addition to helping with weight loss – also suggest that the drug may protect the heart in ways beyond weight loss alone, researchers said, raising new questions about how the wildly popular medicines in this drug class should be used – and covered by insurers.”

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My husband and I have had great success with Ozempic and Trulicity. We also were prescribed Jardiance in April 2022 after my triple bypass surgery. My husband has lost 40 lbs. and I have lost 55 lbs… read more

How To Reverse Heart Disease

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It isn't currently possible to fully reverse damage caused by heart disease. However, you can slow or stop its progression through:

- Healthy lifestyle changes
- Increase physical activity (e.g.,… read more