Heart Disease

According to the cholesterol charity, Heart UK, 160,000 people die from heart disease every year in the UK alone… 73,000 of which die from coronary heart disease, 40,000 die from a stroke and 42,000 die prematurely from cardiovascular disease. Looking at these startling numbers one cannot help but ask: Is the mainstream’s approach to preventing heart disease really working?

It doesn’t look like it. Heart disease is a complex collection of different conditions that doesn’t just involve your heart but also the blood vessels of your body. It’s characterised by the build-up of fatty deposits inside arteries – atherosclerosis – and subsequent damage to arteries and the organs they pass through/connect to, such as the brain, heart, kidneys and eyes.

Despite the relentless prescription of drugs like statins for heart disease, which itself could worsen the situation, heart disease can often be prevented by leading a healthy, active lifestyle. Fantastic natural foods for your heart include avocados and the combination of garlic and lemon juice.

The actions of the mainstream medical industry can often be conflicting to other areas of research. For example there has been a great deal of publicity surrounding the ‘dangers’ of cholesterol. Cholesterol is an important component of cell membranes and hormones, produced in large quantities by the body every day. Statins, designed to drastically reduce the levels of cholesterol in your body, can have a knock on detrimental effect.

Have you been conned into taking statin drugs without realising how dangerous there side effects can be? Do you feel healthier now that your cholesterol is at worryingly low levels or have you lost your spark? It is important to understand all sides of the argument and a balanced picture of the disease.

The Daily Health will shed light on all these questions and show you that there are other more effective and safer ways to steer clear from becoming another heart disease statistic.

Latest Articles in Heart Disease

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Do you know how old your heart is?

It may sound like an odd question, but do you know how old your heart is? If you assume it’s the same number as your actual age, you may need to think again… It turns out th...

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How statin drugs put the elderly at risk

Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs have now become the most prescribed drug in the world... and if you are over the age of 55 (if not younger) it's more than likely that your doctor...

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Pink Pills make a heart shape

This simple dynamic duo can protect your heart health

According to the latest research, there's a new dynamic duo when it comes to heart health, proving once again that some things are simply better together than when they are on thei...

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Cutting trans fats from restaurant menus is proven to reduce heart disease

We're all too familiar with the war on fat… and, unfortunately, in this battle there have been some healthy fats that came into the firing line — like healthy saturated fats ...

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Over 60? New statin guidelines may harm your health

Every time I read something about cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, I feel like I’m trapped in a nightmare that never ends. It’s probably the same for millions of statin users...

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Statins And The Risk Of Internal Bleeding

If you are a regular reader of the Daily Health, then you've heard it all before from me when it comes to the use of cholesterol-lowering statins. Some people think that the warni...

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Statin drugs

Should You Really Be Taking That Super-Strong Statin?

Six million people in the UK take a cholesterol-lowering statin drug. Guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), issued 3 years ago, recommended...

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Leading Heart Experts Warn About The Dangers Of Statin Drugs

Those of you who have been following the Daily Health for a while, will know that one of the biggest thorns in my flesh is cholesterol-lowering statin drugs. It's not only the unn...

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A Cuppa Tea And Your Heart Health…

In recent years, coffee has been making waves as a very unlikely 'superfood', having shown to help keep diseases like cancer, heart disease, and even diabetes at bay. But what abo...

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Should You Be Taking Your Statin Drug?

It's no wonder patients are beginning to doubt the benefits of statin drugs. Not that I think in this instance doubt is a bad thing... not at all! The fact is, when it comes to ch...

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