Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition


Heart Health

February is Heart Month! Three Ways to Love Your Heart

In 1938, at the age of 28, my father Sam somehow contracted pericarditis – inflammation and swelling of the sac lining the heart. It can be a fatal condition, not allowing the heart to beat properly and is caused likely by a viral infection or fungus. Sam’s family arranged for emergency surgery at the Cleveland Clinic whereby the whole pericardium (lining of the heart) was stripped away from the heart muscle. The procedure is called

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Stress Relief and Nutritional Tips to Benefit Your Heart

reduce stressIt’s Heart Month. Time to love your heart and keep it healthy the whole year through! For both men and women, cardiovascular disease continues to be the leading cause of death in North America; it’s time to knock it down to size (0)!  The following tips can not only benefit your heart but also can enhance function to many parts of your body!

Reduce Stress: Unmanaged stress can cause high blood pressure, irregular

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It’s Heart Month…B Vitamins to the Rescue!

Get a Homocysteine Test!

Dr. Kilmer McCully was a highly regarded physician at Harvard and the Massachusetts General Hospital until his controversial theories on heart disease cost him his research funding and his job. But his theories are now widely accepted by the medical and scientific community. Dr. McCully proposed the homocysteine theory of cardiovascular disease and has received numerous awards for his research. He published over 75 research articles in peer-reviewed journals from 1961

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Love Your Heart: Let Me Count the Ways

At an average heart rate of 72 beats per minute, your heart can beat 2.6 billion times in an average lifespan! Yet we seldom think about our hearts – our life giving organ. You can look after your heart – in many ways.

Get Moving!

According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, to improve the health of your heart, you need to exercise 150 minutes per week – whether you walk, cycle, climb stairs, swim,

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