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The Rinse Formula: A Heart-Healthy Breakfast Drink

I recently became aware of a health researcher named Jacobus Rinse, Ph.D., who reversed his own case of life-threatening heart disease by developing the drink that I'm providing the recipe for in this article. What is most remarkable about Dr. Rinse's story was that he literally eluded death's grasp for over three decades as a result of this drink.
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Health Tip of the Day

Do you find it difficult to concentrate and stay alert? If so, try applying a cold pack to your forehead for a few minutes when you need to be alert. Doing this will help to lower the temperature of your brain. Research shows that lower brain temperatures improve the ability to concentrate and promote greater alertness.

Yesterday's Health Tip

Want to protect your heart? Then eat more spinach. That's because spinach is rich in nutrients that help to lower homocysteine levels. In recent years, elevated homocysteine levels have been shown to be one of the highest risk factors for heart disease. Because spinach is rich in vitamin B6, folate, and betaine, all of which can significantly reduce homocysteine levels, it is an excellent "heart-healthy" food. For best results, be sure to eat only organic spinach and avoid overcooking. Lightly steaming spinach will increase the ability of your body to absorb the nutrients that spinach contains. Read more health tips...
What Can be Done for GERD?
GERD, which stands for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, is becoming increasingly common in the United States. GERD is also referred to simply as acid reflux and heartburn. People with GERD frequently experience the liquid contents of their stomach backing up (refluxing) into their esophagus. continued inside...

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