AFib Progression
Jeffrey Redekopp
Jeffrey Redekopp
March 11, 2019
According to studies, AFib progression is typically rapid within the first year post-diagnosis. However, research shows that the progression can be slowed.

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Foods to Eat With AFib

What to Eat and Not Eat With Atrial Fibrillation

Wondering what foods to eat with AFib? This simple nutrition guide will tell you what some of the best and worst foods for AFib are.
by Jeffrey Redekopp on January 7, 2019
Diet for Atrial Fibrillation

How What You’re Eating Can Affect AFib Symptoms

If you suffer from AFib, it is likely you’ve received a lot of information about a healthy diet. But what exactly is a healthy diet for atrial fibrillation?
by Krystina Ostermeyer on March 8, 2016
Heart Healthy Soups for AFib Symptoms

Heart Healthy Soups for AFib Symptoms

What type of soups would be helpful for you if you have Afib? These healthy soup recipes are filled with phytonutrients and vitamins to help reduce Afib.
by Donna Schwontkowski on November 4, 2014
Healthy Salad Ingredients to Mix Up Your AFib Diet

Healthy Salad Ingredients to Mix Up Your AFib Diet

Healthy salad ingredients for those who have Afib are the foods that have the highest nutrient density. Vegetables, fruits, and nuts are nutrient dense.
by Donna Schwontkowski on September 29, 2014
Smoothies for AFib Patients

Heart Healthy Smoothies That Could Benefit AFib Sufferers

What foods are good for the heart and should be included in your smoothies if you have Afib? Here’s a list of some of the possibilities.
by Donna Schwontkowski on September 22, 2014
Using Herbs for Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms

Using Herbs for Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms

Have you tried herbs for atrial fibrillation? Herbs can promote heart health and may be used in a variety of ways to obtain a broad spectrum of benefits.
by Donna Schwontkowski and Patricia Bratianu on July 10, 2014
Calcium and Mineral Deficiency With AFib

Calcium and Mineral Deficiency With AFib

From a nutritional perspective, AFib may occur because there are several imbalances with vitamins and minerals. Calcium deficiency is very common.
by Donna Schwontkowski on June 9, 2014