The Blaylock Wellness Report July 2009 on African-Americans Incidence of Heart Disease

The Blaylock Wellness Report’s July 2009 issue has strategies to increase nutrients for your heart. The article states:

African-Americans have the highest incidence of heart disease, including heart failure. A study of 30 such patients with heart failure of varying degrees found all had low vitamin D-3 levels, about half had low serum zinc levels, and all had low levels of selenium.

This article states that the following are common heart failure nutrient deficiencies:

  1. Selenium
  2. B vitamins (especially thiamine)
  3. Zinc
  4. Magnesium
  5. Riboflavin

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