If you have high blood pressure and want to lower it, your doctor may have suggested you take aspirin. However, to make sure the aspirin is effective, the best time to take it is at bedtime. In a hypertension study conducted by the University of Vigo in Spain with 100 individuals—34 menRead More →

f you visited your doctor for your cholesterol and triglycerides, he or she probably recommendeds your LDL “bad” cholesterol be less than 100 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) and your triglycerides be below 160 mg/dL. If your cholesterol was normal, but your triglycerides were high, it doesn’t mean you’re out of the woods.Read More →

Pomegranates are chocked full of antioxidants and phytochemical compounds, which keep LDLs “bad” cholesterol down, lower blood pressure, prevent blood platelets from clustering and clumping together, and reduce atherosclerosis plaque deposits. In fact, in a 2004 study of heart patients with severe carotid artery blockages, one ounce of pomegranate juiceRead More →