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Nutrients to Target Eye Pressure – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 387

Nutrients to Target Eye Pressure – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 387

Eye pressure can contribute to pain in the eyes, glaucoma and even blindness. The good news is that there are nutrients that can help.

Can Meditation and Mindfulness Training Reduce High Blood Pressure?

Can Meditation and Mindfulness Training Reduce High Blood Pressure?

A new study claims that meditation and mindfulness training may be able to reduce high blood pressure and hypertension. Here’s what you need to know.

Could A Zinc Deficiency Play A Role in High Blood Pressure?

Could A Zinc Deficiency Play A Role in High Blood Pressure?

Photo by Martin Brosy on Unsplash A new study has found that lower-than-normal zinc levels may contribute to high blood pressure, or hypertension, by altering the way the kidneys handle sodium. The study has been published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology 

New Study: Salt-Induced High Blood Pressure Not Offset By a Healthy Diet

New Study: Salt-Induced High Blood Pressure Not Offset By a Healthy Diet

📸 by NaturalON High blood pressure, or hypertension, occurs when the force of blood that pushes against the artery walls become too high, causing damage to the heart and blood vessels and increasing your risk of stroke and heart disease. There are many factors that 

The Scientific Link Between Alcohol and Breast Cancer in African American Women

The Scientific Link Between Alcohol and Breast Cancer in African American Women

*Image: Huffington Post The scientific link between alcohol and breast cancer is strong, but most of the research backing it has been done in caucasian women, not diverse groups of women. Now, in a new analysis published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, scientists find 

Could Your Heart’s Age be Older Than You Are? – InVite Health Blog

Could Your Heart’s Age be Older Than You Are? – InVite Health Blog

In a report published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), officials estimate that 3 out of 4 adults in the United States have a predicted “heart age” older than their chronological age, which increases their risk of heart attack and stroke. Your