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The 4 Fundamentals Clinically Proven to Lower Blood Pressure

The 4 Fundamentals Clinically Proven to Lower Blood Pressure The Cardiovasucular Disease Prevention Center at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital has found that their patients who adopt four core lifestyle improvements have brought mildly elevated blood pressure under control without medication. Lowering your blood pressure will also reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease and many … Continue reading The 4 Fundamentals Clinically Proven to Lower Blood Pressure

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The Secret between Grapes and Good Health

I Heard it Through the Grapevine Grapes are superfoods, jam-packed with nutrients and vitamins your body needs to keep healthy. They contain a variety of polyphenols, which have gained the attention of nutritionists and scientists, worldwide. Grapes are also filled with a wealth of antioxidants like vitamin C, manganese and resveratrol. All in all, the … Continue reading The Secret between Grapes and Good Health

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Keep Your Heart Healthy

Show Your Heart Some Love According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) the leading cause of of death for Americans last year was heart disease with over 600,000 cases. Although those numbers are drastically lower than past years, there’s still so much more that can be done to lower these cases even … Continue reading Keep Your Heart Healthy

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Healthy Heart Healthy Living

Healthy Heart Healthy Living According to the American Heart Association more than 85 million, or 34%, of American adults have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is defined as blood pressure greater than 140/90 mmHg and is associated with cardiovascular disease such as heart attacks and stroke. The American Heart Association recommends adopting a healthy … Continue reading Healthy Heart Healthy Living

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The Importance of Blood Vessels Elasticity and Blood Pressure

The Importance of Blood Vessels Elasticity and Blood Pressure According to the American Heart Association more than 85 million, or 34%, of American adults have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is defined as blood pressure greater than 140/90 mmHg and is associated with cardiovascular disease such as heart attacks and stroke. The American Heart … Continue reading The Importance of Blood Vessels Elasticity and Blood Pressure

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