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Discover nature’s most effective antihypertensive foods

More and more people are suffering from high blood pressure, also known as hypertension.

RECALL ALERT: Another blood pressure drug pulled off the shelves by the FDA because of cancer risk

We’ve all heard this story before: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) evaluates a drug that has already flooded the market, only to find that an unintended ‘side effect’ of the drug is that it’s a cancer risk.

A common additive in food and drinks found to raise your blood pressure

If people can have too much of a good thing, imagine the dangers that come from of having too much of a bad thing.

High blood pressure is caused more by sugar consumption than salt intake

Even scientists can bark up the wrong tree sometimes. For more than a century, they have pointed their fingers at salt as the main culprit in high blood pressure or hypertension that leads to kidney damage, stroke, and heart attack.

Kempner Diet Plan

The rice diet is one of the oldest diets in the world created in 1939 by Dr. Walter Kempner. That’s why the other name of this diet is Kempner diet. The basic aims of this diet were to lower high blood pressure, to reduce the kidney disease symptoms and to lower the blood sugar levels.

The Kempner Rice Diet

The Rice Diet used by Kempner which consisted of rice, sugar and fruits and juice. This is extremely low in fat (<10%) as opposed to 20-30% of typical ‘low fat’ diets. Denise’s hypothesis is that at extremely low fat states, something ‘magic’ happens. Kempner was a clinician at Duke University in the 1930s who treated over 18,000 patients with this diet of refined carbs

'Safer' replacements for harmful chemical in plastics may be as risky to human health, studies suggest

Medicalpress, July 8, 2015
According to a new series of studies out of NYU Langone Medical Center, two chemicals increasingly used during manufacturing to strengthen plastic wrap, soap, cosmetics, and processed food containers have been linked to a rise in risk of high blood pressure and diabetes in children and adolescents.

Eliminate hypertension and its deadly side effects naturally

By Landsman: (NaturalNews) Are you sitting down? This statistic will blow your mind: About 70 million people, in the United States, have high blood pressure – that's 1 in every 3 adults, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. To make matters worse, the financial costs associated with hypertension is a staggering $46 billion per year – with no successful solution offered by Western medicine except 'take your medicine.'

Research confirms the importance of salt as part of a healthy diet

By Huff: (NaturalNews) In the government's opinion, salt is still considered to be a harmful substance that people need to avoid in order to protect against hypertension and cardiovascular disease. However, the science on this widely debated subject is questionably incongruent, with a bulk of credible research actually pointing towards salt as a protector of heart health rather than something that destroys it.