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Here’s What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Oats a Few Times a Week | Dr. Mandell

Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits. Lowers blood sugar levels. Provides antioxidants. Promotes healthy bacteria in your gut. Promotes weight loss and satiety. Eases constipation. Relieves skin itching and irritation. Lowers your chance of colon cancer. Reduces Cancers Helps Insulin Resistance Helps Circulation Lowers Blood Pressure Builds Immune System Prevents Clogging […]

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1 Garlic Clove a Day, Eat It This Way…Your Body Will Love You Every Day! Dr. Mandell

Garlic has many cardiovascular health benefits. When garlic is chopped or crushed many chemical changes take place. The production of allicin and other natural compounds in garlic relax blood vessels, reduce clogged arteries (fibrinolytic properties), and have anti-inflammatory effects, which lower blood pressure and benefit heart health. Clogged arteries result from the build-up of a […]

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The Crunchy Elixir…Reduces Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Sugar & Clogged Arteries! Dr. Mandell

Peanut Butter has many healing medicinal properties for the body. Not only is it healthy, it's delicious! Resveratrol, an antioxidant in peanuts, reduces cardiovascular inflammation, lowers blood pressure, increases circulation and relaxes blood vessels. It also reduces LDL oxidation responsible for the hardening of arteries and coronary arteries and coronary artery diseases. A 2018 review […]

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A Tablespoon a Day…Takes Inflammation & Pain Away! Dr. Mandell

Extra Virgin olive oil contains numerous phenolic compounds that exert potent anti-inflammatory actions. Of interest to this paper is the recently discovered phenolic compound oleocanthal. Oleocanthal is contained in virgin olive oil and possesses similar anti-inflammatory properties to ibuprofen. Molecular mechanisms of inflammation. Anti-inflammatory benefits of virgin olive oil and the phenolic compound oleocanthal . […]

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