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Old 09-01-17, 04:59 PM
Heart Health for Bodybuilders: Dave Palumbo on Diagnostic Tests
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Dave Palumbo breaks down what a bodybuilder needs to do in order to properly monitor heart health. Dave points out that many bodybuilders fail to take preventitive measures because they "don't want to know" what certain tests may reveal, a tactic Palumbo says he too employed in his younger years -- and was wrong to do so.

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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to be the number one cause of disease-related death worldwide. Doctors routinely encourage patents to eat well and gets lots of exercise. Doctors also prescribe heart medicines that can be expensive and are often associated with unwanted side effects.

Dietary supplements can often be a powerful, affordable weapon in the fight against CVD. February is National Heart Month and a great time to see if you might benefit from adding heart-healthy supplements to your stack! Here are some of the best.

Sometimes referred to as the "anti-stress" vitamin, thiamine plays an important role in strengthening the immune system and improving your body's ability to deal with stress. Thiamine also helps keep your heart muscles elastic and working smoothly so your heart can pump at maximum efficiency.

A 2012 study of patients with chronic heart failure found that thiamine improved cardiac function in as little as four weeks.[1] If your diet is low in meat, dairy, or grains fortified with B-1, keep your ticker healthy by supplementing with a multivitamin that contains around 100 milligrams of thiamine.


The highest levels of magnesium in your body are found in your heart, so it should come as no surprise that low levels of magnesium are closely associated with cardiovascular disease. A study of data from more than 500,000 participants found those who consumed more magnesium had a lower risk of developing atherosclerosis, hypertension, and heart disease.

You can get magnesium from foods like whole grains, nuts, and vegetables. But research suggests that most people just don't get enough magnesium from their normal diets. By taking a magnesium supplement of 400-800 milligrams a day, you can make sure your heart has the magnesium it needs to work well.
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to be the number one cause of disease-related death worldwide. Doctors routinely encourage patents to eat well and gets lots of exercise. Doctors also prescribe heart medicines that can be expensive and are often associated with unwanted side effects.

Dietary supplements can often be a powerful, affordable weapon in the fight against CVD. February is National Heart Month and a great time to see if you might benefit from adding heart-healthy supplements to your stack! Here are some of the best.

Sometimes referred to as the "anti-stress" vitamin, thiamine plays an important role in strengthening the immune system and improving your body's ability to deal with stress. Thiamine also helps keep your heart muscles elastic and working smoothly so your heart can pump at maximum efficiency.

A 2012 study of patients with chronic heart failure found that thiamine improved cardiac function in as little as four weeks.[1] If your diet is low in meat, dairy, or grains fortified with B-1, keep your ticker healthy by supplementing with a multivitamin that contains around 100 milligrams of thiamine.


The highest levels of magnesium in your body are found in your heart, so it should come as no surprise that low levels of magnesium are closely associated with cardiovascular disease. A study of data from more than 500,000 participants found those who consumed more magnesium had a lower risk of developing atherosclerosis, hypertension, and heart disease.

You can get magnesium from foods like whole grains, nuts, and vegetables. But research suggests that most people just don't get enough magnesium from their normal diets. By taking a magnesium supplement of 400-800 milligrams a day, you can make sure your heart has the magnesium it needs to work well.

I want to add some piece of information to you that eating a "healthy" plant-based diet high in wholegrains, fruits, vegetables and healthy fats were less likely to get heart disease. Also avoiding "unhealthy" plant-based diets including foods like potatoes, refined grains and sweets decrease cases of CVD.
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I want to add some piece of information to you that eating a "healthy" plant-based diet high in wholegrains, fruits, vegetables and healthy fats were less likely to get heart disease. Also avoiding "unhealthy" plant-based diets including foods like potatoes, refined grains and sweets decrease cases of CVD.
I'd agree with this and especially avoiding plant based oils like Canola oil or any plant oil heated at a high temperature. Hint: French Fries fried in peanut or canola oil might be the worst thing you could ever eat.
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