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Poor Leg Circulation – Are You Stuggling to Improve It?

There are 3 main problems that are caused by poor leg circulation. Swollen legs and ankles Pain in the legs and calves Cold and numb feet Which one do you suffer from? Swollen legs and ankles? Or do you suffer from all three or more? Your doctor may have briefly told you why you are […]

Alternative High Blood Pressure Treatment Works!

There is a wealth of information on alternative high blood pressure treatment. You have Homeopathy, Reflexology, Acupuncture, etc, etc, but before you even consider these, there is much you can do to make an impact through lifestyle changes you can start practicing now. They include: Reducing Stress, using breathing exercises and techniques, improving blood circulation, […]

Coenzyme Q10 and Heart Health The Spark That Fires up the Heart

The relationship between coenzyme q10 and heart health can be summed up in one sentence – Every muscle in the body, particularly the heart, the muscle that has most demand for coenzyme q10, cannot function without this vitamin, which is vital for life itself. Though it be an important cofactor in the smooth running of […]

Foods with High Potassium Levels

This page is part of a list of foods with high potassium levels. The potassium RDA is 4,400mg. Added to that list are: Cucumbers Spinach Figs Dates Avocados. These five additions are lower in K mineral than the previous foods but are still high enough to help those who are taking potassium wasting medication for […]

Ionic Minerals – Indispensable in Natural Blood Pressure Remedies

If you are seriously thinking to turn to natural blood pressure remedies to help lower your blood pressure, then you have taken the first step on the road to discovering just how wise a choice that is. The second step, as you will discern by the time you have considered and digested the information on […]

Coffee and High Blood Pressure Spilling the Beans

If you enjoy your cup of cappuccino but are unsure of what you’ve read about coffee and high blood pressure, you may be ready to give up the luxury. Don’t fret! I have some info here to cheer you up big time. We may have heard this beverage has a down side as well as […]

Normal Blood Pressure for Women is Relevant to Conditions

The ideal normal blood pressure for women is the same as for men, which is 120/80. That is the systolic pressure (the top,largest sized number on a digital monitor) reads 120 mmHg, and the diastolic pressure (the bottom smaller sized number) reads 80 mmHg. But the word “normal” is relevant to natural conditions, such as […]