CardioMetabolic Testing (Cardiovascular disease, Metabolic risk, Pre-Diabetes, and Vascular Inflammation)
The body’s cardiovascular system is an intricate network between the heart and blood vessels, necessary to circulate blood throughout the body. But did you know that the body’s cellular metabolism is also linked to the cardiovascular system? In fact, cardiovascular wellness is also a reflection of metabolic health and many metabolic diseases cause pathology within
High Cholesterol and Heart Disease—Causes, Risks and Treatment
High Cholesterol, Just The Facts Every day, millions of Americans live with cholesterol levels that could put them at risk for heart attack or stroke. In fact, less than 1 in 3 adults with high LDL “bad” cholesterol have the condition under control, and less than half (48%) are receiving treatment to lower LDL levels.
Heart Rate Monitor Types, Trackers, and Technology—Both Professional and Personal
Broad Needs For Heart Monitor Babies, athletes, astronauts, and heart patients all rely on one piece of equipment to collect and record vital information about the health of the heart and respiratory system; the heart monitor—albeit for different reasons. The human heart, that pumps roughly 5 quarts of blood every 60 seconds, (or approximately 1800
Eating Heart Healthy For Life—Choosing The Right Foods To Support A Cardiac Diet
Heart Healthy Foods Maintaining a healthy heart can be challenging for many Americans, as a sedentary lifestyle becomes more and more the norm, and weight remains an issue for more than two-thirds of the population. While most of us know that diet and exercise can be directly linked to a healthy heart, many of us
Heart Disease Explained—The Many Risk Factors, Causes, and Treatment
Heart Disease Statistics, Heart Disease Facts According to the American Heart Association, heart disease, which includes coronary heart disease, hypertension, and stroke, kills more Americans every year than any other medical condition. In fact, coronary heart disease is responsible for 1 in 4 U.S. deaths annually, and more than 610,000 lives. What is heart disease?