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Lifestyle Choices for Cardiovascular Wellness: The Latest Clinical Research

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Modifiable factors such as nutritional status, lifestyle, and toxin exposure can influence cardiovascular health and risk management. Newer research explores the role of certain lifestyle choices in cardiovascular health. Blood sugar balance Evidence suggests that blood sugar homeostasis and cardiovascular health are linked.

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The Latest Research on Antioxidative Status for Optimal Cardiovascular Health

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Oxidative stress is linked to many chronic illnesses throughout the body; including atherosclerosis and many other cardiovascular diseases. Several phytonutrients help support the Nrf2 pathway and cardiovascular health, including resveratrol and pterostilbene. The body contains a complex system to control the balance of ROS.

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Cardiovascular Health and the Gut Microbiome: Is there a Link?

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Evidence suggests that the gut microbiome may influence certain aspects of cardiovascular health. Compositional differences in gut microbiota have been observed in individuals with certain cardiovascular illnesses when compared to healthy populations. By Dr. C Ambrose, ND, MAT

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Recent Review Investigates Potential Link Between Cardiovascular Health, Inflammation, and the Gut Microbiome

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The gut-heart axis refers to the relationship between the gut microbiome and cardiovascular health. A recently published review by Wang and colleagues explores the potential link between cardiovascular function, the inflammatory response, and the gut microbiome. fragilis ) levels.

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Gut Microbiome and Cardiovascular Health: What We Know About the Gut-Heart Axis

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Emerging evidence suggests that the gut microbiome–its composition and its metabolites–may influence cardiovascular (CV) health. The relationship between the gut microbiome and the heart is referred to as the ‘gut-heart axis.’

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Recent Clinical Trial Investigates Potential Role of Nattokinase in Cardiovascular Health

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Nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme found in natto, a Japanese fermented soy product known for its protective effects on the cardiovascular system. Certain proteins related to cardiovascular health may be particularly influenced by nattokinase activity. It may also help promote healthy lipid metabolism and vascular function.

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Recent Meta-Analysis Investigates the Role of Resveratrol in Cardiovascular Disease and Inflammatory Status

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Chronic inflammation is associated in literature with the development and progression of certain cardiovascular-related pathologies. Cardiovascular diseases , such as coronary artery disease, blood vessel disorders, and cerebrovascular disease, account for 17.3 levels in individuals with cardiovascular disease. CRP and TNF-?