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Eating nuts may reduce cardiovascular disease risk for people with diabetes
Eating nuts may reduce cardiovascular disease risk for people with diabetes

Eating more nuts, particularly tree nuts, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease among people with type 2 diabetes, according to research in Circulation Research, an American Heart Association journal.

Nuts for nuts? Daily serving may help control weight and benefit health
Nuts for nuts? Daily serving may help control weight and benefit health

Eating Brazil nuts and other varieties of nuts daily may prevent weight gain and provide other cardiovascular benefits.

Eating walnuts daily lowered bad cholesterol and may reduce cardiovascular disease risk
Eating walnuts daily lowered bad cholesterol and may reduce cardiovascular disease risk

Eating about ½ cup of walnuts every day for two years modestly lowered levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, known as “bad cholesterol,” and reduced the number of total LDL particles and small LDL particles in healthy, older adults, according to new research published today in the American Heart Association’s flagship journal Circulation.

Existing drugs kill SARS-CoV2 in cells
Existing drugs kill SARS-CoV2 in cells

Research demonstrates that existing drugs, including a common nutritional supplement, kill COVID

5-minute workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs
5-minute workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs

Working out just five minutes daily via a practice described as "strength training for your breathing muscles" lowers blood pressure and improves some measures of vascular health as well as, or even more than, aerobic exercise or medication, new CU Boulder research shows.

Preventing hay fever naturally
Preventing hay fever naturally

This year, hay fever symptoms seem to really be causing so many of us a great deal of trouble. It may be that the weather conditions have caused the ‘perfect storm’ as plants have grown very well due to the rainy conditions and then the sun followed – allowing them to produce more pollen than usual. There’s also some thought that because we have been in lockdown, our immune systems have down regulated as we have not become acclimatised to environmental allergens. Whatever the reason for the increase in symptoms, a natural approach is best. There are plenty of pharmaceutical options such as tablets, eyedrops and nasal sprays – however, these cause our defensive mucus membranes to dry up and this simply worsens the overall problem after providing a little immediate relief. Allergies are a holistic problem and should be treated as such, so please take a look at these common sense, yet proven to work strategies that we hope will provide you and yours with much needed relief from the misery that hay-fever causes.

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