Many people on the Forum--which is called the Hearty Bunch--take supplements. You can read their Bios at The Hearty Bunch.
PLEASE, check with your doctor before taking anything to make sure he would not object and that it would not interact with your medications.
For information on individual supplements, see the following links:
For General Information--we recommend the following Links:
Tips On How To Have A Healthy Heart
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, what would it take to avoid a heart surgeon? Would you believe a good vitamin and mineral supplement?
Health is determined by the nutrients you happen to not get.
Folic Acid: Time To Supplement?
Long neglected, this B vitamin is now added to the food supply. And it may help protect the heart as well.
Scientific Review Supports Omega-3 Fatty Acids For Prevention Of Heart Disease
After reviewing several studies investigating the link between diet and heart disease, researchers from Emory University have concluded that omega-3 fatty acids (found in cold water fish as well as certain legumes and vegetables) play a significant role in the prevention of heart disease.
How to Heal A Failing Heart
Diagnosed with cardiomyopathy (a disease of the heart muscle) and on her way to heart failure, she knew she'd likely be dead within a few years.
Therapeutic Applications of Taurine
Low levels of taurine are associated with various pathological lesions, including cardiomyopathy.
BACKGROUND ON THE SOY HEALTH CLAIM
On November 10, 1998, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed a rule allowing a health claim that links the consumption of soy protein with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease.
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