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daisy says ...
Very informative and thought-provoking. I always had the mindset that it was men who had to worry about their heart health - but after listening to this, I will definitely take the advice to heart and change my habits! Thanks for the great podcast.
02/13/2008 4:40:26 PM CST
Jen says ...
Wow. I just recently found out that I'm predisposed to coronary heart disease, heart attack, stroke, fetal loss because of a blood condition/gene mutation that I have. This info in the podcasts are wonderful especially about the inflammation in the body that affects the heart and body!
02/14/2008 7:54:31 AM CST
Angela says ...
As someone who has been struggling with high cholesterol since I was first tested at 5 years old this is a great way to remind me of the risks and keep me motivated to stay on track with a healthy heart.
02/14/2008 9:06:32 AM CST
MMW says ...
I never knew about the adverse effects of chronic inflammation before. Happy to have a short concise reminder of how small lifestyle changes can make my heart happy. Happy valentines Day
02/14/2008 10:35:01 AM CST
Stephanie V says ...
Much needed information. Heart disease is strong in my family so educating the public is very important. Thank you!
02/14/2008 11:16:17 AM CST
Kelley says ...
Wow, that is a lot of information. ITs good to hear things- it reinforces and helps to make better choices. Thanks to modmom.blogspot.com for pointing me to this podcast.
02/14/2008 4:05:42 PM CST
Major Bedhead says ...
Great podcast. Thanks for the information. I knew about the diet and exercise, but I had no idea about the different vitamins. My dad and grandmother had heart issues and now that I'm getting *ahem* older, it's something I need to pay attention to.
02/14/2008 4:09:44 PM CST
Agatha says ...
That's a great podcast series. Heart Disease is such a problem in America, Thanks for the much needed information.
02/15/2008 9:05:16 AM CST
Jeanie Ripton says ...
Good tips -- I think it's important to stress the "scheduling" of stress-relief techniques. I also appreciate the mention of how important a daily vitamin as well as Vitamin D supplement is.
02/15/2008 1:52:03 PM CST
Maria Sievert says ...
Wow! I knew about the healthy eating and about exercising, but I didn’t know about all the things I should be taking to help my heart stay healthy. Great pod cast! Thanks for the link from modmom.blogspot.com which i got from http://www.sevenarches.blogspot.com. Funny how it all works out, isn't it?
02/15/2008 3:26:37 PM CST
Ilene says ...
Very informative. I'd wondered about CO Q10 and how much vitamins can help. thanks.
02/15/2008 5:52:56 PM CST
Lissete says ...
Chronic Inflammation. Very interesting! I am a woman who had a heart attack 6 years ago at the age of 35. I think I need to go get me some CoQ10. Looking foward to Pt.2. Thanks Whole Foods, my second home. modmom.blogspot.com
02/16/2008 11:06:46 AM CST
Angela says ...
These are great! Heart disease is something that can effect anyone, and it's great to have these podcasts that help educate and motivate.
02/16/2008 5:47:47 PM CST
Patricia C. says ...
Heart health is so important. Thank you for the simple tips and valuable reminders.
02/17/2008 12:31:09 PM CST
Alina says ...
This was such great info, I knew alot already but this definetly gave me more things to do to keep my heart healthy.
02/18/2008 4:01:06 PM CST
Anita/ wordydoodles.blogspot.com says ...
This is a useful reminder with specific ideas on improving heart health. I would love it if they could make recommendations on which vitamin brands are the most potent. Or, if they can't, if there was a place on the website where customers could weigh in on which brands produced the best results. Thanks!
02/18/2008 6:28:12 PM CST
Geri says ...
Thank you for these informative tips!
02/19/2008 10:42:28 AM CST
Eric says ...
Great podcast. I have been looking for an informative podcast on healthy eating/living and I think I found it. Thanks modmom.blogspot.com for the info.
02/19/2008 5:08:12 PM CST
Gradon says ...
Great, informative podcast. I knew most of what was discussed, but reinforcing the good is always welcome!
02/20/2008 2:32:59 PM CST
Ann says ...
I think I'll try that cleansing stuff. I've seen it at my local Whole Foods store. I want to clear out the the bad stuff in my body, so my liver can do it's job.
02/21/2008 5:35:12 PM CST
littlemamak says ...
Great information in the podcast! In the past several months I have completely changed my eating habits trying to get my cholesterol down. Thank you for the information!
02/22/2008 5:30:16 PM CST
wakana says ...
Great podcast. Very informative. We have been taking multi-vitamins for years and trying to have healthy diet, but I didn't know about vitamin D. Now, we have to figure out how to reduce our stress in our life ---
02/22/2008 6:04:17 PM CST
Karen says ...
Listened to the podcast... good intro for beginners. I knew the info, but if I was referring the podcast to someone, I might hope that it had morer ver specific pointers in it. What type of exercise for the busy person on the go would help? Is it important to take digestive enzymes when taking all those supplements? Just more detail for those that perhaps overwhelmed by the whole area... Step 1... More detailed info like that...
02/22/2008 10:57:24 PM CST
Taryn S says ...
I learned which supplements to add to my diet for a healthy heart like vitamins E, C, and the B's.
02/24/2008 8:56:26 PM CST
Suzanne Bastien-Adams says ...
I got this link from modmom.blogspot.com Heart disease is so scary for many people, and for mother's it's a scary thought that one issue, could take us from our little ones so quickly. I'll be eating more eggs for the vitamin D. CoQ10, I've never heard of it, I'll do some research on this. It sounds like a good multivitamin will help with all of this. I'll start taking mine again. I'll pick up yoga again.. I want as many years as I can get!
02/24/2008 10:39:20 PM CST

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