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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.

Six health-conscious ways to sweeten your food and drink

You probably already know that there is a war on sugar, and that the refined white stuff and its synthetic counterparts (artificial sweeteners) are a real no-no if you are trying to reverse chronic health conditions or just simply maintain an acceptable level of health.

Do you have a strict no sugar rule for your child? Read this!

By Antonia: (NaturalNews) Newsflash: In case you haven't heard the news, sugar is bad for you. Well, of course you know this - there is hardly a soul on the planet who hasn't heard of the evils of sugar. After all, just about every magazine, health blog, website and health guru is shouting it from the rooftops.

Breast cancer health news: Stevia is the safest sweet choice

By Desaulniers: (NaturalHealth365) It drives me crazy when I hear oncologists and medical physicians say that there is no connection between sugar consumption and cancer. After all, the very technology conventional doctors use to detect cancer is based on the premise that cancer LOVES sugar!

What is Stevia?

Natural Health September 2002
Written by: Cheryl Redmond

The stevia plant (Stevia rebaudiana) is native to Paraguay, where for centuries its leaves have been used to sweeten food and beverages and as a folk remedy for diabetes and high blood pressure. The leaves are sometimes available ground into a greenish powder. The active sweetening components in stevia, called glycosides, are also isolated and sold as a white powder or clear liquid.