Low Blood Pressure

It's Basic, A Primer on Why Excess Acid is Unhealthy

…the so-called "less serious" symptoms--such as chronic fatigue, blisters in the mouth from eating citrus, urinary tract infections, insomnia, low blood pressure, etc.--underlying structural damage to your body continues to occur on a steady, daily basis. Sacrificing your bones and muscles to compensate…

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A Spicy Alternative to NSAIDs

…-tear form of arthritis (osteoarthritis). In a study published last year in JAMA, researchers took a look at individuals being treated for high blood pressure or other cardiovascular problems and compared the health of those who used NSAIDs regularly to those who didn’t. After about 3 years, those who…

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Flaxseed: The Perfect Food

Flax is one of the oldest cultivated crops. Flaxseed has several properties known to be beneficial in the treatment of high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides, and atherosclerosis (clogging of the arteries). In one study, participants with chronic high cholesterol were given three…

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The Health Benefits of Chia

blood pressure—a drop of 10 points in the systolic pressure (the top number) and a drop of 5 points in the diastolic pressure (the bottom number). C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker of inflammation in the body, was reduced by 37 percent. And fibrogenic factors, which can abnormally increase blood

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…through the consumption of whey protein. Research has shown that several components in whey protein work together to improve immunity. A group of blood proteins called immunoglobulins are incorporated into milk and whey. They help pass on immunity to infants and adults as well. Colostrum, the first…

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