Top 10 Ways to Naturally Reduce Your Triglycerides

By: Ashley Swanson
February 20, 2019

If you have discovered that you have high triglycerides, it’s important to learn how to lower them. While high cholesterol has been a traditional indicator of cardiovascular risk, it is now known that triglycerides are a much more significant indicator. Triglycerides are a type of fat, or lipid, that are found in your blood. It […]

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Shingles: The Cause, The Cure, and Natural Prevention

By: thedrswolfson
February 19, 2019

YOU cannot catch shingles from someone with shingles. Exposure to shingles lesions boosts your immune system and should prevent shingles. Exposure to chicken pox is proven to prevent shingles. What really causes shingles? Statin drug use was found to increase shingles risk by 13% (source) Immunosuppressive drugs increase shingles risk (source) Steroids (source) Chronic pancreatitis […]

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Glyphosate pesticide linked to cancer, heart disease, and birth defects

By: thedrswolfson
February 16, 2019

A recent study found that glyphosate, a common pesticide used under the trade name RoundUp, is linked to a 41% higher risk of lymphoma, in the most exposed group. This should have the Bayer corporation quaking in their jackboots. They bought out Monsanto (Mon-Satan), the original manufacturer of Round-Up, a few years back. Sadly, Bayer owns […]

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The Drs. Wolfson New England Clam Chowder Recipe

By: Ashley Swanson
February 1, 2019

3-6.5 oz. ​cans chopped/minced clams in clam juice 1-8 oz. bottle ​clam juice 6 thick center-cut bacon strips chopped 1 tablespoon ​olive oil 2 stalks celery finely chopped 1 large onion chopped 1 1/4 pounds 3 1/2 cups Russet potatoes, peeled and diced into 1/4-1/2” cubes 3-5 garlic cloves minced 2 cups ​chicken broth 2 […]

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Cardiologist Explains Benefits of Niacin for Heart Health

By: thedrswolfson
January 29, 2019

Niacin (vitamin B3) has been extensively studied and is the best available method to raise HDL. But just because the HDL number goes up, it does not necessarily decrease heart attack risk, stroke risk, or extend life. Many drugs have tried and failed in this endeavor. But niacin seems to hold true. The form that […]

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Dairy Free Milk Alternatives | A Cardiologist’s View of Milk

By: thedrswolfson
January 28, 2019

Dairy milk consumption in the United States is on the decline. The US Department of Agriculture says Americans are drinking 42% less milk now than in 1970. Meanwhile, dairy-free milk sales are up a whopping 61% since 2012. Are dairy-free “milks” healthy? How do they compare with raw milk, whole, skim and 2%? Let’s look. […]

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9 Reasons You Are Not Losing Weight

By: thedrswolfson
January 21, 2019

We know you want to. We know you are trying. But the weight is not coming off. Try these simple hacks to shed that stubborn body fat. 1. Intermittent fasting Fasting is a technique of detoxification for thousands of years. All religions preach fasting principles to their followers. In short, fasting is a great way […]

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10 Foods to Boost Your Fiber Intake for Heart Health

By: thedrswolfson

Hundreds of studies confirm the health benefits of fiber. These include lower risk of cancer, diabetes, heart attack, stroke and the ultimate benefit: lower risk of dying. What is Fiber? Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body can’t digest. Though most carbohydrates are broken down into sugar molecules, fiber cannot be broken down […]

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