Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a common, yet serious, condition that if not treated properly can lead to kidney failure, a heart attack or a stroke. In general, anything above 140/90 Hg is considered high (Your age and gender will play a role in determining your Hg level and thus what is considered high for … Read more6 powerful foods that can lower blood pressure
What should a healthy daily diet consist of? There is a lot of information out there… My “Health Supporting Eating Plan” (see below) addresses the question, “What should I make for lunch or dinner?” (Breakfast is optional, if you’re not hungry.) My eating plan, as you will see, does not list all there is to … Read moreSimple Diet Guidelines To REVERSE High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is a problem for many people; in fact, in America around 76.4 million adults suffer from high blood pressure, the American Heart Association notes. High blood pressure can greatly increase your risk for a life-threatening stroke or heart attack. So what do you do about it? Simple, celery. Use celery for high … Read moreCelery for High Blood Pressure
If you need a super healthy food, this is the one for you. We got the cure. DATES. It is dates. They solve many health issues like cholesterol or hypertension and even prevent strokes. They have many nutrients and make the body even healthier than before. Read more to know why they are so good and … Read moreAre Dates The Healthiest Food In The World?
Multiple studies show that thyme essential oil and thymol, its active compound, contain potent antiseptic properties. As a matter of fact, most antiseptic wipes and mouth washes contain thymol in their chemical structure. Interestingly, a recent research suggests that thyme essential oil even has the ability to reduce pain. This shouldn’t come as surprise, though, … Read moreThe Most Powerful Herb That Destroys Stomach Aches, Diarrhea, Arthritis, Sore Throat, Flu Virus…
We all have occasional high blood pressure. Temporary high blood pressure is a normal response to excitement, nervousness, physical exertion, anger, fatigue, coldness or smoking. Sustained high blood pressure is dangerous and affects nearly 60 million Americans, or one in four adults. Historically, treatment of high blood pressure has alternated between an emphasis on diet … Read moreHigh blood pressure? 10 things you need to start doing to quickly reverse it