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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 […]

Working it Out Your Normal Blood Pressure Range

The normal blood pressure range of persons aged 20 – 40 years is 120mm Hg systolic pressure and 80mm Hg diastolic pressure.= 120/80mmHg. By using the term “normal”, we really mean the ideal figure. Anyone registering above this range is classed as being pre-hypertensive, and if not addressed can develop into high blood pressure. See […]

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 […]

The Ideal PH Balance Starts at the Breakfast Table

The Ideal pH Balance (This is part 2 of the 4 Definite Steps for Quick Results E-course. Here is Part 1, Part 3, and Part 4.) The ideal pH of our body fluids is roughly 7.4, (7.365 to be precise). This is not hard to maintain but requires stick-ability using the pH balance diet, which may help in reducing […]