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Health Economic Evaluation Modeling Shows Potential Health Care Cost Savings with Increased Conformance with Healthy Dietary Patterns among Adults in the United States

The results showed an estimated annual cost savings of $31.5B and 16.7B based on a 20% increased conformance for the Healthy US-style and Mediterranean eating pattern, respectively. If the US adult population were to reach a target of 80% conformance with the diet patterns, the annual cost savings were estimated to be $55.1B and $88.2B […]

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You Are What You Eat: How Food Affects Your Skin

It’s May Day.  As days get longer we will be exposed to increasing amounts of beautiful sunshine.  But too much sun is bad for your skin.  Here’s the good news: Olivino™ may act as a natural sunscreen!  Olivino provides: ·       Polyphenols (from olives) ·       Proanthocyanidins (from grapes) ·       Lycopene (from tomatoes) These ingredients have been […]

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Grape Seed Extract and Blood Pressure

Today is the last day of American Heart month. But remember to love your heart every month! Maintaining a healthy blood pressure (less than 130/80) is one important way to do that. Only 2-3% of high BP is related to genetics. Most of the factors contributing to high BP can be controlled by YOU! OlivinoLife […]

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Resveratrol and Blood Pressure

February is American Heart month. But we should be good to our heart every day of every month. One important way to care for your heart is to maintain a healthy blood pressure (BP). It should be less than 130/80 according to new guidelines established in November 2017 by the American Heart Association (AHA) and […]

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February is American Heart Month

Happy Valentine’s Day! This day of romance also occurs in the middle of  American Heart Month, a federally designated event first recognized in 1964. More than 50 years later, cardiovascular disease remains the leading global cause of death. About 2,300 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day, about 1 death every 38 seconds. But that […]

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