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12 foods that can lower your blood pressure naturally

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(NaturalHealth365) High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, affects one in three Americans and greatly increases the risk of developing life-threatening conditions such as heart attack, stroke, aneurysm and kidney disease. Risk factors for hypertension include physical inactivity, obesity, tobacco use, stress and poor diet. Yet, conventionally-trained doctors only offer a host of medications to control high blood pressure featuring ... Read More »

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Carnosine protects brain health with an amazing effect on blood sugar levels

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(NaturalHealth365) Alzheimer’s disease is now the sixth leading cause of death in the nation, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) predicting that the number of people with the condition will rise to a shocking 14 million by 2050 – triple the current rate. Tragically, there is currently no (conventionally-known) cure for this disease.  But recent research has revealed ... Read More »

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Science confirms: CoQ10 and selenium supplementation lower the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by 40 percent

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(Naturalhealth365) Cardiovascular disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States for men and women alike, claiming about 610,000 lives a year. Now, follow-up research on an important 2003 Swedish study on heart disease has sparked hopes that a natural therapy can make inroads against this deadly condition. Researchers found that a combination of two natural ... Read More »

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Stunning study: Processed foods destroy gut bacteria and diversity, leading to tragic results

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(NaturalHealth365) While most people are aware of the health hazards of eating too many processed foods, conventional ‘wisdom’ would have us believe that the connection between our diet and disease is more “complex,” than it really is. For example, an experiment has made a clear connection between processed foods and their impact on gut bacteria levels. Keep in mind, we ... Read More »

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Eating lentils can lower blood sugar levels by more than 20 percent and prevent cancer

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(NaturalHealth365) Replacing starchy carbohydrates like rice and potatoes with lentils could have a significantly positive effect on your health. A recent study out of the University of Guelph has found incredible benefits – in terms of balancing blood sugar levels, and other studies have shown lentils can help to prevent cancer. Even swapping out half of a portion of typical ... Read More »

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High blood sugar levels linked to progression of Alzheimer’s disease

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(NaturalHealth365) A “tipping point” at a molecular level has been found connecting Alzheimer’s disease and high blood sugar levels. Researchers from the University of Bath and Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases, King’s College London have determined excess glucose due to overindulging in processed sugars can damage a vital enzyme related to inflammation in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. ... Read More »

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Healthy diet lowers risk of cancer patient death up to 65 percent, new research finally figures it out

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(NaturalHealth365) What most people have known their whole lives is now being verified by formal research. A healthy diet loaded with plenty of organic (chemical free) fruits and vegetables can make all the difference in the world, according to University of Florida researchers. And, in terms of lowering the risk of cancer, nothing could be more powerful – on a ... Read More »

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Daily tomato consumption helps to LOWER the risk of skin cancer

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(NaturalHealth365) In an item that belongs in the “eat more fruits and vegetables” file, researchers have recently found that daily tomato consumption can help to reduce skin cancer risk and tumor growth. This is likely due to the lycopene content of tomatoes, say scientists from Ohio State University. The researchers fed one group of mice a diet consisting of 10 ... Read More »

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Sauna bathing LOWERS the risk of heart disease, according to scientific research

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(Naturalhealth365) 75 million adults in the United States currently have high blood pressure, which dramatically raises the risk of suffering a heart disease or stroke. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that high blood pressure is a primary or contributing cause of death for 410,000 Americans – close to half a million people – ... Read More »

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Is your high blood sugar caused by electromagnetic hypersensitivity?

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(Naturalhealth365) The incidence of diabetes is growing by leaps and bounds, with the U.S. Census Bureau predicting that the population of diabetics will double over the next twelve years, reaching 366 million worldwide by the year 2030.  No doubt, chronic states of high blood sugar can destroy your life. In the United States (alone), over 30.3 million people currently have ... Read More »

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LOWER the risk of dementia by 90% with improved cardiovascular fitness, according to an amazing study

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(NaturalHealth365) We all know about the benefits of exercise and importance of engaging in regular physical activity. But, to those looking for more ‘proof,’ a new Swedish study of women and fitness has discovered that a high level of cardiovascular fitness can reduce the risk of dementia (later in life) by a stunning 90 percent. As you may know, I ... Read More »

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Stop type 2 diabetes by eating foods high in antioxidants

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(Naturalhealth365) Type 2 diabetes, which affects well over 350 million people worldwide, has reached epidemic proportions. Conservatively speaking, 1 in 10 U.S. adults has type 2 diabetes and Western medicine offers little hope. For example, does anyone really believe that taking insulin pills is the best way to resolve blood sugar imbalances? (Hint: there IS a better way and it’s ... Read More »

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