It is a diet for all diseases, one that is certain to get your doctor's seal of approval. The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) is the supreme weapon in fighting hypertension and lowering blood pressure in just 14 days, according to studies sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. The DASH... Read More
The simple approach here is to cut sugar to trim fat. That sums up the Sugar Busters program. According to the physicians who invented this concept, it is not fat or calories that contribute to obesity -- but rather an overabundance of sweets. Sugar causes the body to produce insulin, and too much of this insulin packs on the pounds. Look at... Read More
Strict low-calorie diets have received a bad name over the years. However, there are those medical experts who say that you should go low. Dr. Ron Rosedale, one of the leading authorities in metabolism, explains that studies show a strict diet low in calories helps achieve a sleek body and a longer life. Dr.... Read More
Wok away the pounds with The Rice Diet. As crazy as this idea sounds, the Rice Diet Program is actually far from a sham. The program dates all the way back to 1939 and is affiliated with Duke University.
This program that is centered around the heart and promotes both weight loss and wellness. Based on whole foods such as veggies, fruits, whole grains, seafood and lean protein in small amounts, the Pritikin Program has benefited hundreds of people by helping them lose weight, lower cholesterol, lower blood... Read More
It appears that the medical profession the world over are all too quick to prescribe drugs rather than to suggest natural methods of lowering high blood pressure (hypertension). Most of these medicines can have undesirable side effects, so it is a good idea to look for natural methods.
It has been shown that a healthy diet containing high levels of potassium, magnesium and calcium can lower and help control high... Read More
"High blood pressure in kids? That's what my grandmother has!"
Nearly 2 out of 3 American adults have unhealthy blood pressure. Hypertension, or high blood pressure (HBP), cuts off nearly 5 years from an average person's life. It is more common beyond middle age. Hence, what comes to mind when discussing HBP are adults challenged to maintain a healthy lifestyle: regular exercise, a healthy diet, and weight control, simple routines... Read More