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AFib, Hypertension, Stroke- Conventional or Non-Conventional Therapies?

“Also have invested in a portable Infrared Sauna so I can do healthy (20 min.) sweats 4-5x per week. After 2 months, still have recurring AFib…” Dear Cancer Coach- In your experience,

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Congestive Heart Failure- Coenzyme Q(10) Therapy

“Therapy with coenzyme Q(10) was associated with a mean 25.4% increase in exercise duration and a 14.3% increase in workload.” Its a viscious circle. Conventional heart meds can make you feel

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Stroke Prevention Diet and Supplementation

“…greens turned out to be associated with the strongest protection against major chronic diseases, including a 20% reduction of strokeĀ for every additional serving.” I live with an increased

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Arrhythmia from My Autologous Stem Cell Transplant

“Our data suggest that arrhythmia after transplants are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. A prospective study of arrhythmia in the transplant setting is warranted.” I was

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Lower Cholesterol Means Lower Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack- Balance is key-

“The analysis shows that the reduction in major vascular events — 21% per 1 mmol/L reduction in LDL cholesterol overall” Statin therapy lowers a person’s cholesterol. The lower

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Late Effect- Cardiomyopathy from Chemotherapy

“researchers compared four chemotherapy drugs with development of cardiomyopathy (abnormal heart muscle with impaired function) years after treatment…” According to the study linked and

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Magnesium to Reduce Stroke Risk w/ Chronic Afib

Increasing dietary magnesium intake is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, heart failure, diabetes, and all-cause mortality… I developed chronic atrial fibrillation (afib) in the fall of 2010.

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Exercise Enhances Brain Training

“These enhancements in memory were most striking among the volunteers whose fitness had also improved the most, especially if they also practiced brain training.” Brain health and therefore

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Post-Radiation Sarcoma- Living in Fear

“Complications that arise from Post-Radiation Sarcoma are those seen with other soft-tissue and bone tumors, such as pathologic fractures, hemorrhage, metastases, and local complications due to direct

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Protect Aging Skin While Reducing Your Risk of Skin Cancer

“Dermatologists constantly stress the need to protect skin from exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which puts the body at risk for developing skin cancer… We all know that if we

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