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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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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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FDA found glyphosate in nearly all foods tested and hid the results

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(NaturalHealth365) In an alarming revelation, it has come to light that government scientists at U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have found the weed killer ingredient glyphosate in many popular processed foods. This information was in emails that were obtained through a freedom of information request. (what they did with that ‘intelligence’ is SHOCKING!) Glyphosate is perhaps best known as ... Read More »

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Blood pressure drugs EXPOSED for increasing the risk of pancreatic cancer in women

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(NaturalHealth365) Arguably, some blood pressure medications may be necessary and offer a benefit for those suffering with cardiovascular issues. But, of equal importance is, research out of the Baylor College of Medicine that has determined some of these drugs – like calcium channel blockers (CCBs) – can raise the risk of pancreatic cancer in menopausal women. CCBs work by preventing ... Read More »

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Melatonin LOWERS the risk of dementia and stroke, multiple studies reveal

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(Naturalhealth365) Researchers have long known that melatonin, a neurotransmitter released by the pineal gland, is vital to a good night’s sleep. Known as the “sleep hormone,” it is becoming increasingly apparent is this substance is first and foremost a “brain hormone.” Recent studies reveal the link between melatonin and brain health – showcasing the potential of melatonin to delay and ... Read More »

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Nicotinamide riboside LOWERS the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia

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(Naturalhealth365) Alzheimer’s disease, which currently affects over 5.5 million Americans, is the leading cause of dementia among older individuals in the United States. Despite the best efforts of Western medicine, very little progress has been made against this cruel disease in the century since its identification. But, there is hope in many natural (and effective) strategies to prevent dementia – ... Read More »

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Lower the risk of depression by increasing your intake of raw fruits and vegetables

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(NaturalHealth365) While eating fruits and vegetables, in any form, is beneficial to our health – eating them in their raw form seems to have a particularly positive effect on mental wellbeing, according to new research. Public health campaigns tend to mainly focus on the recommended quantity of fruit and vegetables to be consumed – with a standard recommendation of ‘five ... Read More »

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Lower your alcohol consumption to avoid premature death, new study warns

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(NaturalHealth365) A recent study is showing that current accepted guidelines regarding ‘safe’ amounts of alcohol consumption are inflated. A worldwide team of researchers have found that consuming more than six cans of beer or six glasses of wine weekly can reduce longevity. In the U.S., low risk drinking is defined as one standard drink a day for women and two ... Read More »

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New study: Roundup weed killer linked to LOWER brain function

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(NaturalHealth365) In 2015, the movie Concussion, starring Will Smith, brought the issue of traumatic brain injury (TBI) to the forefront. A recent study by a head researcher at MIT has discovered some surprising underlying issues associated with the long-term effects of TBIs – related to “Diminished Brain Resilience Syndrome” (DBRS).  But, what does Roundup – the popular weed killer – ... Read More »

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Vitamin B3 lowers the risk of melanoma

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(NaturalHealth365) Rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, are on the rise. The American Cancer Society predicted that melanoma would cause over 9,000 deaths within the United States (alone) in 2017 – and that over 91,000 new cases would be diagnosed by year’s end. And, not a word about the value of vitamin B3. While research is ongoing, ... Read More »

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Lower blood pressure with the help of olive leaf extract

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(Naturalhealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 75 million adults in the United States have high blood pressure, currently defined as readings over 140/90 mmHg. It’s no wonder they call this the “silent killer.” This means that one out of every three Americans are at greatly increased risk for heart disease and premature death – ... Read More »

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Surprisingly modest weight gain INCREASES the risk of heart and blood sugar problems, research reveals

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(NaturalHealth365) The health benefits of maintaining a healthy weight are obvious to most people. However, a study out of Stanford is underscoring the dangers of weight gain to health in some key areas, including blood sugar balance and gut health. The researchers have found that the entire body is impacted by even a moderate weight gain. The changes register at ... Read More »

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