Natural Remedies For Gout: Cure Your Gout Using Natural Home Remedies

If you suffer from gout then after you read this, you’ll know exactly what to do so you can sleep like a baby, get back a pain-free, normal life, and enjoy powerful, natural remedies for gout that really work in as little as 2 hours. Click Below To Learn More. Find Out Exactly How To […]

The Side Effects of High Blood Pressure and What To Do About It

The majority of heart patients know high blood pressure usually means issues with their heart health. However here is what many people do not know. Having high blood pressure may well create havoc on your brain, kidneys, as well as eyes. Here is the alarming part… High blood pressure can quietly impair these vital bodily […]

The Side Effects of High Blood Pressure and What To Do About It

The majority of heart patients know high blood pressure usually means issues with their heart health. However here is what many people do not know. Having high blood pressure may well create havoc on your brain, kidneys, as well as eyes. Here is the alarming part… High blood pressure can quietly impair these vital bodily […]

High Blood Pressure Medication Side Effects – What Are They?

The fact is that no high blood pressure medication comes without any unwanted side effects. If you are taking high blood pressure medication or perhaps considering doing so in the foreseeable future, there are several things you will need to know about them.

Hibiscus tea is a natural remedy for high blood pressure

Natural Remedies for High Blood Pressure

Hawthorn Berry is probably one of the best natural remedies for high blood pressure. Studies have demonstrated that hawthorn extract is effective in reducing high blood pressure and in improving heart function by reducing artery hardening and strengthening the heart muscle making it more effective in delivering blood to the body.

Help Reduce High Blood Pressure

Healthy habits can help reduce high blood pressure. Healthy habits include: Following a healthy eating plan Doing enough physical activity Maintaining a healthy weight Quitting smoking Managing your stress and learning to cope with stress

Common Side Effects of High Blood Pressure Medication

High Blood Pressure Medication Side Effects

Common Side Effects of High Blood Pressure Medication: From constipation to headaches to increased sensitivity to cold, there are many common side effects to blood pressure medications.

Garlic can help reduce high blood pressure

Help Reduce High Blood Pressure Without Medication

Help reduce high blood pressure without medication. Use natural remedies, foods and other ways to reduce high blood pressure. Below are some natural ways to help reduce high blood pressure without medication:

High Blood Pressure and Preeclampsia During Pregnancy – Future Risks

Women, who in their first pregnancy, experience complications such as preeclampsia due to high blood pressure have a high risk of developing diabetes, cronic high blood pressure and blood clots for the rest of ther lives. That’s according to researchers at Yale School of Medicine who worked in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

High Blood Pressure Lowered With Hibiscus Tea

Drinking hibiscus tea lowered blood pressure in a group of pre-hypertensive (blood pressure levels that are above normal but not high enough to be called hypertension) and mildly hypertensive (high blood pressure) adults, according to a report being presented today by nutrition scientist Diane McKay at the American Heart Association’s annual conference in New Orleans, […]

Foods That Lower Blood Pressure

Protein is a natural food to lower blood pressure. A diet with greater protein lowers blood pressure more than a diet high in carbohydrates. Replacing Some Carbohydrates with Protein and Unsaturated Fat May Enhance Heart Health Benefits:

Garlic Lowers High Blood Pressure and Triglycerides

Of the seven trials that compared the effect of garlic with that of placebo, three showed a significant lowering of systolic blood pressure and four in diastolic blood pressure. (J-Hypertens. 1994 Apr; 12(4): 463-8). For example, the supine diastolic blood pressure in the group having garlic treatment fell from 102 to 91 mmHg after eight […]

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Turmeric Benefits: Turmeric Benefits Weight Loss and Diabetes!

There may be a new way to spice up your weight loss routine, according to results from a new animal model study by Agricultural Research Service (ARS)-funded scientists and colleagues. The researchers theorized that dietary curcumin (turmeric) could stall the spread of fat-tissue by inhibiting new blood vessel growth, called angiogenesis, which is necessary to […]

Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetes and Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Neuropathy. One of alpha-lipoic acid’s primary uses is to treat nerve damage, including diabetic neuropathy, a dangerous long-term complication of diabetes that causes pain and loss of feeling in the limbs.

Diabetes: Kidney Damage Reversed

A low carbohydrate diet may be appropriate to avoid the risk of kidney failure to already failing kidneys according to Swedish researchers. An obese patient with type 2 diabetes whose diet was changed from the recommended high-carbohydrate, low-fat type to a low-carbohydrate diet showed a significant reduction in bodyweight, improved glycemic control and a reversal […]

Intensive Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes May Be Fatal

  Intensively targeting blood sugar to near-normal levels in adults with type 2 diabetes at especially high risk for heart attack and stroke does not significantly reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events, such as fatal or nonfatal heart attacks or stroke, but increases risk of death, compared to standard treatment. Researchers from the ACCORD […]

Diabetes: A Risk Factor For Tuberculosis

One possible risk factor for tuberculosis is diabetes, a condition characterized by high blood sugar levels and long-term complications involving the circulation, eyes and kidneys, and the body’s ability to fight infection. Active tuberculosis can be cured by taking a combination of several antibiotics every day for at least six months, and current control efforts […]

Leptin and Insulin: The Effects of Glucose and Fructose

An upcoming study should help reveal how two kinds of sugars in our foods, glucose and fructose, affect the body’s production of leptin and insulin. Agricultural Research Service chemist Nancy L. Keim, Peter J. Havel and Craig H. Warden, a genetics and pediatrics researcher at U.C. Davis, are collaborating in this leptin and insulin investigation. […]

Diabetes and Cinnamon

ARS scientists and colleagues have isolated and characterized several polyphenolic polymer compounds from cinnamon bark that could one day become natural ingredients in products aimed at lowering blood sugar levels. The newly identified chemical structures were recently named in a patent application and described in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. ARS chemist Richard […]

Type 2 Diabetes Among Hispanics and Resistance Training

Among Hispanics, type 2 diabetes prevalence is about double that of non-Hispanic whites. Hispanic men and women over 55 with an average 9-year history of type-2 diabetes were reported to gain significant benefits from exercise (resistance training) in a study by researchers at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA) at […]

Gymnema – An Effective Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes

Studies show that Gymnema is a natural treatment for type 2 diabetes. Gymnema has also been shown to be an effective treatment for type 1 diabetes. Case reports and studies involving both humans and animals suggest that it may work in several ways to help control both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Gymnema […]

Heart Disease May Be Reversible in Adults with Diabetes

Heart disease may be reversible in adults with type 2 diabetes. Aggressively lowering cholesterol and blood pressure levels below current targets in adults with type 2 diabetes may help to prevent – and possibly reverse – hardening of the arteries, according to new research supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of […]

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