Heart Diet – Heart Disease Has A Cure

We’ve come across an exciting new solution for people searching for a heart healthy diet and also for those who are looking for ways to prevent or even reverse heart disease.

A registered Cardiovascular And Thoracic Surgeon, Dr. Dwight Lundell has recently revealed his years of experience and study on healthy heart diet and he  written a tell-all report, called Heart Diet – The  Great Cholesterol Lie

According to Dr. Dwight Lundell, heart disease has a cure. In his controversial report is scientifically proven and recommended by top doctors to reverse heart condition without going through dialysis, transplants and medication…FOREVER?

His report includes a Bonus Interview where Dr. Dwight holds nothing back, and also  interviews from 3 other experts.

Besides that, you will also be given a Special Bonus on Heart Shot, Atherosclerosis CD, Inflammation Brochure and letter from Dr. Lundell.

For your information, Dr. Lundell has been helping heart problem sufferers for over 25 years as a surgeon. He is the first surgeons to operate on a beating heart, began developing theories of his own born out of the death and tragedy he saw on his operating table everyday for over 25 years after performing a total of 5000 open heart surgeries.

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar to you?
1)  Chest Pain or Chest Discomfort
2)  Heart Palpitations
3)  Lightheadedness or Dizziness
4)  Syncope (Fainting/Loss of Consciousness)
5)  Fatigue, Lethargy or Daytime Sleepiness
6)  Clammy sweating.
7)  Anxiety–unusual nervousness, feelings of impending doom
8)  Feeling of heaviness, such as pressure-like chest pain between the breasts   that may radiate to the left arm or shoulder.
9)  Nausea and Vomiting
10) Easy Bruising
11)  Difficulty breathing upon Exertion
12)  Shortness of Breath

If you have a heart disease, there is one important thing you need to know…

You are not alone…

Research shows that there are millions Americans suffer from heart disease and the amount is keep growing everyday

Here are a few sneak peeks of what’s inside Dr. Dwight Lundell’s controversial report:

The most famous long-term study in heart research… and how it led to the most devastating mistake in health care!
Why so many people who undergo bypass surgery are right back on that table ten years later… still not obese… still not smoking… and still with no elevated cholesterol
The essential response your body has to a foreign substance anywhere… and how it can turn against you, when it occurs in your arteries!
How 41% of ALL deaths in America could be prevented easily, simply, and virtually cost-free!
Why lowering your cholesterol intake is not helping lower your risk of heart attack… and may actually be doing you more harm!
How a healthy heart is meant to function… and how you can keep it that way, simply and easily!
How to recognize the signs of a heart attack… and the best course of action to ensure you survive!
The devastation being wreaked upon our nation’s health – and healthcare system – by the USDA’s “Food Pyramid”!
The fallacy of a low-fat diet – where the idea came from, the results of the experiment, and what needs to be done to overcome it!
The current state of heart health care… what’s working… what isn’t… and how to tell the difference, so you don’t become a victim of The System!
The connection between inflammation, obesity and heart disease. (Don’t just assume you know this one!)
Why some people never suffer from heart disease… even on a high-cholesterol diet!
How the following factors affect the health of your heart… and your chances for living to a ripe old age: protein, fat, and carbohydrate intake… smoking… exercise… environmental influences… sugar… prostaglandins
“Omega-3″, “omega-6″, saturated fats, unsaturated fats, trans-fats… if you’re confused by all this, and wondering whether you really need to care what fat is which… this book will straighten it all out for you. (And yes… you sure do!)
Which nutritional supplements are life-saving… and which are money-wasting (or even downright dangerous!)
You’ll get your “prescription great heart diet” for eating out – even fast-food restaurants can yield a few heart-healthy options, when you know what to watch for… and watch OUT for
… plus TONS of Tips to make your heart healthier, and your life richer and more rewarding!

I personally thinks that Dr. Lundell is someone who really know what he is talking and his report is really awesome. Be sure to check out Dr. Dwight Lundell’s report – The  Great Cholesterol Lie, and come back here for Sacred Heart diet to post your comments about it. I’d love to hear your feedback on his report.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Fibromyalgia Treatment

Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes daily pain in those who suffer from it. This condition is often dismissed as not being a real disease, but all in the patients head. This is furthest from the truth and Fibromyalgia is a very real disease with very real pain. Some researchers in the field believe that this condition is brought on by a lack of deep sleep. While others believe it is caused by a difference in how the fibromyalgia patient interprets pain opposed to someone who does not have the disease. As of today there is no known cause of this disease and it’s still necessary to continue research. This disorder affects millions of Americans each year and the majority of which are women. Fibromyalgia seems to affect women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s more than other age groups. This disease is not exclusive to women and men could also suffer the effects of this disabling condition. Fibromyalgia is associated with many tender points. These tender points are located on many parts of the body and will cause pain if touched. To diagnosis fibromyalgia a patient must experience pain in eleven of the eighteen tender points when applying pressure.

Fibromyalgia symptoms can vary from patient to patient, but one main characteristic of this disorder is pain. The pain of Fibromyalgia is often felt as a deep muscular pain. The aching pain can be felt in the back, neck, arms, legs, hips, and chest. The pain can disable a person to the point of no longer being able to work. Pain is not the only Fibromyalgia symptom this disorder also affects the patient’s mental health. The patient may fall into a deep depression and not feel like doing the things they used to do. They might find it harder and harder to get out of bed in the morning and the thought of dealing with chronic pain can make the patient even more depressed. The patient may also suffer from extreme fatigue and may feel like they never get sufficient sleep. Often a fibromyalgia suffer will suffer from insomnia and stay awake for hours on end and this will make the depression worsen. The patient may then go into a fog also known as the fibro fog. This is the feeling that they are living in a fog and will suffer from memory lapses and declining short term memory.

Fibromyalgia treatment can also vary from patient to patient. The most common treatments that we have available today to combat this disruptive illness is as follows. Lyrica is an FDA approved drug for fibromyalgia treatment, Cymbalta which is an antidepressant is also FDA approved, and Savella which is another antidepressant that is approved for the treatment of Fibromyalgia. There are also a few other medications on the market to treat fibromyalgia and they are Mirapex and Flexeril. Flexeril is a muscle relaxant which helps with the pain of fibromyalgia. There are also other methods of treatment that doesn’t involve medication and they are massage of the tender areas, warm compresses, and exercise. There is no known cure for this condition and the treatment is only for treating the symptoms. All the symptoms that accompany this disorder will not disappear with treatment, but the treatments listed should at least help. There is always the option for self-treatment and the use of over the counter anti-inflammatory medications such as Motrin and Naproxen. Some people with this disorder need more intense treatment and should consult with a physician before trying any form of home treatment. Fibromyalgia is a very real, distressing, and painful disease.

Alabama Medicaid

Alabama Medicaid is a health insurance program that provides medical assistance for qualified families and individuals with low income and resources. Medicaid is currently the largest program providing medical and health-related services to Alabama’s poorest residents.

The Social Security Administration, The Alabama Department of Human Resources, The Catholic Social Services and the Alabama Medicaid Agency are the four agencies that certify certain groups for Medicaid based on their specific circumstances:

The Social Security Administration

  • Elderly, blind or disabled individuals through Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program

The Alabama Department of Human Resources

  • Foster Children
  • Children who receive State or Federal Adoption Assistance

Catholic Social Services

  • Refugees through Refugee Resettlement Program

The Alabama Medicaid Agency

  • Elderly & Disabled Programs
  • Individuals eligible for Medicaid for Low Income Families (MLIF)
  • Pregnant women, and children under age 19 (SOBRA) program
  • Plan First (Family Planning) Program
  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
  • Emergency Services for Aliens

General Program Requirements

To be eligible for Alabama Medicaid, all individuals must:

  • Be living in Alabama
  • Be a U.S. citizen or be in this country legally
  • Meet income and age requirements (varies according to program)

California medicaid

California Medi-Cal

Medi-Cal is California’s Medicaid program and it is financed by the State and federal governments. This public health insurance program provides healthcare services to people who otherwise could not afford adequate health insurance for themselves. These include low-income individuals, low-income individuals with specific diseases (tuberculosis, breast cancer, HIV/AIDS etc), low-income families with children, pregnant women, the elderly, individuals with disabilities and individuals in foster care.

Program Eligibility

If you are enrolled in at least one of the following programs, you will be able to get Medi-Cal:

  • SSI/SSP
  • CalWorks (AFDC)
  • Refugee Assistance
  • Foster Care or Adoption Assistance Program
  • In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

If you belong to one of the following groups, you may be eligible for Medi-Cal:

  • 65 years of age or older
  • Blind
  • Disabled
  • Under 21 years of age
  • Pregnant
  • In a skilled nursing or intermediate care home
  • On refugee status for a limited time, depending how long you have been in the United States

A parent, caretaker relative or a child may also qualify for Medi-Cal if:

  • The child’s parent is deceased or doesn’t live with the child
  • The child’s parent is incapacitated
  • The child’s parent is under employed or unemployed

Florida Medicaid

Florida Medicaid

The Medicaid program provides medical coverage to qualified low-income individuals and families. In the state of Florida, this is determined by the State Department of Children and Families (DCF). For SSI members, eligibility is determined by the Social Security Administration. Qualifying individuals may belong to any of these groups:

  • Low income families with children
  • Pregnant women
  • Children
  • Aged and/or disabled
  • Non-citizens with medical emergencies

Medicaid for Low-Income Families with Children – Parents or caretaker relatives caring for children 18 years of age and below may be eligible for this program if countable income doesn’t exceed the set income limits. Countable assets should not exceed $2,000.

Medicaid for Pregnant Women – Pregnant women typically have three options when applying for Medicaid. They may choose to apply for the Presumptively Eligible Pregnant Women (PEPW), which is a temporary coverage for prenatal care. The second option is the Simplified Eligibility for Pregnant Women (SEPW), which is full coverage specifically for pregnant women. The third option is the ACCESS application, which is the regular Medicaid package.

Medicaid for Children Only – Parents and legal guardians may apply on behalf of their children if their children are 18 and below, and if the family income is under the limit relative to the age of the child. Children who qualify for Medicaid may also enroll in the Child Health Check-up Program, which provides regularly scheduled health checkups, dental screenings, immunizations and other medical services for children.

Medicaid for Aged/Disabled (SSI-Related Medicaid) – Individuals who can qualify under this program must at least be 65 years of age or disabled. Those who qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) automatically qualify for the Medicaid coverage from the Social Security Administration.

Emergency Medical Assistance (EMA) for Non-Citizens – Individuals who meet all the requirements of the Medicaid Program except for citizenship may still be eligible for Medicaid coverage during a serious medical emergency.

Texas Medicaid

Medicaid is a State-Federal joint venture program that provides medical coverage to qualified low-income individuals and family. The goal of the Texas Medicaid program is to improve the health of the needy who can’t afford adequate medical care for themselves or for their children.

Medicaid services in Texas include (but are not limited to):

  • Inpatient and outpatient hospital and clinic services
  • Emergency hospital services
  • Laboratory and x-ray services
  • Physician services
  • Prescription drugs
  • Home health, hospice, adult daycare, assisted living, nursing facility care or other long-term care services

In the state of Texas, there are three categories for Medicaid eligibility. These are:

  • Families and children – Eligibility is based on income and asset limits, age or pregnancy
  • Cash assistance recipients – Eligibility is based on the receipt of Temporary Assistance for Needy   Families (TANF) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Aged and disabled – Eligibility is based on income and asset limits, age and physical or mental disability

Other Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for Texas Medicaid, a person must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or a non-citizen with a qualified immigration status
  • Be a resident of Texas
  • Belong in one of the Medicaid eligibility groups mentioned above

Do note that Medicaid in Texas is the payer of last resort. If you have another health care provider or if another party is liable for your medical expenses, you must have those sources pay for your coverage first before Medicaid pays claims.