Multiple studies confirm that quercetin, a compound found in onions, capers and other foods, significantly reduces blood pressure.
Clinical research finds that date vinegar can significantly reduce bad cholesterol, inflammation and blood sugar levels for diabetics.
Studies have confirmed that phytosterols (also called plant sterols) can significantly reduce bad cholesterol such as LDL-cholesterol, as well as triglycerides. Find out which foods and how much is necessary.
Multiple studies have found that Noni can significantly reduce pain, inflammation and cholesterol levels. Noni juice has also been found to boost the immune system.
Banana peels are healthier than you think. Research finds they help prevent artery disease.
Rice bran, rice bran oil and their extracts can seriously reduce bad cholesterol such as LDL-c and triglycerides. They also reduce body fat and improve artery health.
Fish oil has been a health buzzword for many years, but DHA produced by microalgae – also called algal DHA – may work even better. Part of this may be that fish oil often...
Research is proving that a diet change alone can significantly reduce LDL-cholesterol levels. A diet change plus red yeast rice does even better.
Clinical research has confirmed that the ancient herbal remedy Mulberry leaf significantly lowers triglycerides, reduces low-density lipoprotein levels and lowers artery inflammation.
Rose hips have been used for centuries in traditional medicine for multiple ailments. Scientific research now validates this very medicinal food.
Orange peels contain compounds that help reduce cholesterol. Learn about the evidence for eating the peel.
Kiwifruit is not only delicious and colorful. Recent research has found it will significantly boost the health of our cardiovascular system.
Cardiology researchers have now proven in new clinical research that red yeast rice outperforms statins for reducing triglycerides and “bad” cholesterol.