advertisement

Q&A Library


 | Bookmark This Page
Ask Dr. Weil Articles: Heart Health
  1. Does Endometriosis Cause Heart Disease?
  2. Broken Heart Syndrome?
  3. Is Climate Change Causing More Strokes?
  4. Blood Pressure: How Low Should It Go?
  5. Statins: Genetic Test For Side Effects?
  6. Paying for Drugs You Don't Take?
  7. Sugar As A Heart Threat?
  8. Are Short People at Higher Risk of Heart Disease?
  9. Does Sitting Lead to Heart Problems?
  10. L-arginine for High Blood Pressure?
  11. High LDL Cholesterol: Best Approach?
  12. Best Way To Prevent Heart Attacks?
  13. Gender Differences in Blood Pressure?
  14. Is Sugar a Killer?
  15. Too Young for High Cholesterol?
  16. Is Organic Milk Heart Healthy?
  17. New Cholesterol Guidelines for Statins?
  18. Can Vacations Cause Heart Attacks?
  19. Integrative Approach to Partially Blocked Coronary Arteries?
  20. Did the Former President Really Need a Stent?
  21. Chelation Therapy: A Controversial Heart Treatment?
  22. Does Coffee Raise Cholesterol?
  23. Licorice Lowdown?
  24. Does Blood Type Influence Heart Disease Risk?
  25. No More EKGs?
  26. A Pill to Prevent Heart Disease?
  27. Too Old for a Heart Transplant?
  28. Spicy Diet for High Triglycerides?
  29. Better Blood Pressure Measurement?
  30. Best Diet to Prevent Heart Disease?
  31. Troubled by Triglycerides?
  32. Groundnut Oil: Best for Heart Health?
  33. Can Konjac Fiber Lower Cholesterol?
  34. Natural Cholesterol Control?
  35. Lovaza: Best Bet to Lower Cholesterol?
  36. Are Public Blood Pressure Machines OK?
  37. Alternatives for Atrial Fibrillation?
  38. Need Blood Pressure Medication?
  39. Hazards of Shoveling Snow?
  40. Serratiopeptidase: Enzyme to Fight Heart Threat?
  41. Slowing a Speedy Heart Rate?
  42. Natural Way to Boost HDL?
  43. New Soluble Fiber for Cholesterol Control?
  44. Cholesterol Conundrum?
  45. Citrus Pectin: Best Bet for Cholesterol Control?
  46. Is Diet Enough to Prevent Heart Disease?
  47. Is EECP a Substitute for Heart Surgery?
  48. Can Heart Surgery Cause Blindness?
  49. Red Rice Yeast Instead of Statins?
  50. Too Many Heartbeats?
  51. Do Earlobe Creases Predict Heart Trouble?
  52. Remedy for Regularity, High Cholesterol?
  53. Red Rice Yeast for Cholesterol Control?
  54. Are Triglycerides Always Bad?
  55. Handling High Homocysteine?
  56. Can SAMe Hurt My Heart?
  57. Shake on the Salt?
  58. Tracking Your Own Blood Pressure?
  59. New Risks to Eating Eggs?
  60. Zetia: Cholesterol Drug Controversy?
  61. Nutrients to Nip Heart Risk?
  62. Pacing a Racing Heart?
  63. Pantethine: A Better Cholesterol Treatment?
  64. Questioning Cholesterol?
  65. Lecithin for Cholesterol Control?
  66. Living With Low Blood Pressure?
  67. Keeping Blood Pressure in Check?
  68. Triglycerides Too High?
  69. Controlling Cholesterol?
  70. Juice to Prevent Heart Disease?
  71. Walnuts for Heart Health?
  72. Heart Beating Too Fast?
  73. Switching Cholesterol Controls?
  74. Assessing Inflammation Levels?
  75. Does Inflammation Cause Heart Disease?
  76. Best Way to Avoid a Stroke?
  77. Do Clean Teeth Promote Heart Health?
  78. Monitoring Blood Pressure at Home?
  79. Meals Designed for Heart Health?
  80. What Really Causes Heart Attacks?
  81. A Natural Way to Lower Cholesterol?
  82. Herbs for Hypertension?
  83. New Cholesterol Guidelines?
  84. Is Chocolate a Health Food?
  85. Could an Overactive Thyroid Cause a Fast Pulse?
  86. Are Statins the New Wonder Drugs?
  87. How Low Should Cholesterol Go?
  88. New Way to Unclog Arteries?
  89. Focusing on Fiber?
  90. Does High Cholesterol Harm Your Kidneys?
  91. Do You Need a Heart Scan?
  92. New Way to Cut Cholesterol?
  93. Does a Daily Aspirin Really Help?
  94. Raise a Glass for Your Health?
  95. Heart Disease: Outsmarting Heredity?
  96. A Sweet New Way to Lower Cholesterol?
  97. Antioxidants: Bad for Cholesterol?
  98. Non-Threatening Chest Pain?
  99. HDL Too High?
  100. Can Artichokes Lower Your Cholesterol?
  101. Cholesterol: Can It Go Too Low?
  102. Is There a Natural Alternative to Coumadin?
Creative Commons License Some Rights Reserved Creative Commons Copyright Notice
A portion of the original material created by Weil Lifestyle on DrWeil.com (specifically, all question and answer-type articles in the Dr. Weil Q&A Library) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

The Weil Vitamin Advisor
Get your FREE personalized vitamin recommendation & supplement plan today!

Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging
Follow Dr. Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet and save 30%. Start your 14-day free trial now!

Stay Connected with Dr. Weil
Promote the health of your body, mind and spirit - sign up for Dr. Weil's FREE newsletters today!

Vitamin Library
Supplement your knowledge with Dr. Weil's essential vitamin facts. Learn why they are necessary and more.

Dr. Weil's Head-to-Toe Wellness Guide
Your guide to natural health.
Use the Wellness Guide today!

Dr. Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet Food Pyramid
Our interactive tool can help improve overall health through diet.

 
Copyright © 2016 Weil Lifestyle
Information on this web site is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication or other treatment.

Ad Choice
Advertising Notice

This Site and third parties who place advertisements on this Site may collect and use information about your visits to this Site and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like to obtain more information about these advertising practices and to make choices about online behavioral advertising, please click here

  

Q&A Library


Ask Dr. Weil Articles: Heart Health
  1. Does Endometriosis Cause Heart Disease?
  2. Broken Heart Syndrome?
  3. Is Climate Change Causing More Strokes?
  4. Blood Pressure: How Low Should It Go?
  5. Statins: Genetic Test For Side Effects?
  6. Paying for Drugs You Don't Take?
  7. Sugar As A Heart Threat?
  8. Are Short People at Higher Risk of Heart Disease?
  9. Does Sitting Lead to Heart Problems?
  10. L-arginine for High Blood Pressure?
  11. High LDL Cholesterol: Best Approach?
  12. Best Way To Prevent Heart Attacks?
  13. Gender Differences in Blood Pressure?
  14. Is Sugar a Killer?
  15. Too Young for High Cholesterol?
  16. Is Organic Milk Heart Healthy?
  17. New Cholesterol Guidelines for Statins?
  18. Can Vacations Cause Heart Attacks?
  19. Integrative Approach to Partially Blocked Coronary Arteries?
  20. Did the Former President Really Need a Stent?
  21. Chelation Therapy: A Controversial Heart Treatment?
  22. Does Coffee Raise Cholesterol?
  23. Licorice Lowdown?
  24. Does Blood Type Influence Heart Disease Risk?
  25. No More EKGs?
  26. A Pill to Prevent Heart Disease?
  27. Too Old for a Heart Transplant?
  28. Spicy Diet for High Triglycerides?
  29. Better Blood Pressure Measurement?
  30. Best Diet to Prevent Heart Disease?
  31. Troubled by Triglycerides?
  32. Groundnut Oil: Best for Heart Health?
  33. Can Konjac Fiber Lower Cholesterol?
  34. Natural Cholesterol Control?
  35. Lovaza: Best Bet to Lower Cholesterol?
  36. Are Public Blood Pressure Machines OK?
  37. Alternatives for Atrial Fibrillation?
  38. Need Blood Pressure Medication?
  39. Hazards of Shoveling Snow?
  40. Serratiopeptidase: Enzyme to Fight Heart Threat?
  41. Slowing a Speedy Heart Rate?
  42. Natural Way to Boost HDL?
  43. New Soluble Fiber for Cholesterol Control?
  44. Cholesterol Conundrum?
  45. Citrus Pectin: Best Bet for Cholesterol Control?
  46. Is Diet Enough to Prevent Heart Disease?
  47. Is EECP a Substitute for Heart Surgery?
  48. Can Heart Surgery Cause Blindness?
  49. Red Rice Yeast Instead of Statins?
  50. Too Many Heartbeats?
  51. Do Earlobe Creases Predict Heart Trouble?
  52. Remedy for Regularity, High Cholesterol?
  53. Red Rice Yeast for Cholesterol Control?
  54. Are Triglycerides Always Bad?
  55. Handling High Homocysteine?
  56. Can SAMe Hurt My Heart?
  57. Shake on the Salt?
  58. Tracking Your Own Blood Pressure?
  59. New Risks to Eating Eggs?
  60. Zetia: Cholesterol Drug Controversy?
  61. Nutrients to Nip Heart Risk?
  62. Pacing a Racing Heart?
  63. Pantethine: A Better Cholesterol Treatment?
  64. Questioning Cholesterol?
  65. Lecithin for Cholesterol Control?
  66. Living With Low Blood Pressure?
  67. Keeping Blood Pressure in Check?
  68. Triglycerides Too High?
  69. Controlling Cholesterol?
  70. Juice to Prevent Heart Disease?
  71. Walnuts for Heart Health?
  72. Heart Beating Too Fast?
  73. Switching Cholesterol Controls?
  74. Assessing Inflammation Levels?
  75. Does Inflammation Cause Heart Disease?
  76. Best Way to Avoid a Stroke?
  77. Do Clean Teeth Promote Heart Health?
  78. Monitoring Blood Pressure at Home?
  79. Meals Designed for Heart Health?
  80. What Really Causes Heart Attacks?
  81. A Natural Way to Lower Cholesterol?
  82. Herbs for Hypertension?
  83. New Cholesterol Guidelines?
  84. Is Chocolate a Health Food?
  85. Could an Overactive Thyroid Cause a Fast Pulse?
  86. Are Statins the New Wonder Drugs?
  87. How Low Should Cholesterol Go?
  88. New Way to Unclog Arteries?
  89. Focusing on Fiber?
  90. Does High Cholesterol Harm Your Kidneys?
  91. Do You Need a Heart Scan?
  92. New Way to Cut Cholesterol?
  93. Does a Daily Aspirin Really Help?
  94. Raise a Glass for Your Health?
  95. Heart Disease: Outsmarting Heredity?
  96. A Sweet New Way to Lower Cholesterol?
  97. Antioxidants: Bad for Cholesterol?
  98. Non-Threatening Chest Pain?
  99. HDL Too High?
  100. Can Artichokes Lower Your Cholesterol?
  101. Cholesterol: Can It Go Too Low?
  102. Is There a Natural Alternative to Coumadin?
Creative Commons License Some Rights Reserved Creative Commons Copyright Notice
A portion of the original material created by Weil Lifestyle on DrWeil.com (specifically, all question and answer-type articles in the Dr. Weil Q&A Library) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.