Recent studies have shown green tea can potentially have positive effects on everything from weight loss to liver disorders, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease. | Image courtesy: (Medical News Today)
Afterall, a heart-healthy diet combined with regular, physical activity is your greatest defense against heart disease. At Oregon Heart Center, cardiologists diagnose and treat various cardiovascular conditions, including heart disease.
Whether you’re looking to prevent heart disease or have suffered from cardiovascular disease, knowing what foods to include in your diet can improve your health.
"Our findings support a causal anti-hypertensive effect of [magnesium] supplementation in adults," the researchers wrote. In other words, magnesium helps to prevent high blood pressure. | Image: (Geraldoswald62/Pixabay)