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Category: Heart Health

treatment for vitamin d deficiency

Treatment for vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency affects people of all ages. Last time we analyzed in detail how a deficiency of this vitamin affects our health. This time we will talk about natural and medical treatment for vitamin D deficiency. Let us start with how we define vitamin D deficiency. In summary, a deficiency occurs when the serum…
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Coronary Artery Calcium Score Test

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, coronary artery disease (CAD) accounting for half of all such deaths. And at least 25% of patients experiencing nonfatal acute myocardial infarction or sudden death had no previous symptoms. Do you know that a 1999 study confirmed that coronary artery disease is ubiquitous between the ages…
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Lab tests

Lipid Panel Blood Test: monitoring and sustaining healthy

More than 102 million American Adults (20 years or older) have total cholesterol levels at or above 200 mg/dL, which is above healthy levels. More than 35 million of these people have levels of 240 mg/dL or higher, which puts them at high risk for heart disease.

vitamin D

Vitamin D function as the overall health hormone

Modern books on wellness management often mention Vitamin D. In today’s publication we’ll find out what Vitamin D is and why sustaining its optimum level is critically important for your health.

What is unique about vitamin D is that we don’t only get with food but can also produce it in our body by being exposed to sunlight.

C-Reactive Protein CRP Test

C-Reactive Protein CRP Test

C-reactive protein is a protein made in the liver that indicates the amount of inflammation in the body. A high CRP level increases one’s vulnerability to cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, and cancer.

checking homocysteine serum levels

Checking Homocysteine Serum Levels

Homocysteine is produced in our body (it is not contained in food) through the metabolism of an essential amino acid called methionine. Normally, formed homocysteine quickly turns into other, harmless substances – vitamins B6, B12, and folic acid are needed for these transformations. But in elevated concentrations, homocysteine provides a whole range of adverse effects,…
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