You may not have it now, but you probably will. People as young as 20, have blood pressure that is high enough to require treatment. If you live long enough, you will most likely get high blood pressure. Only a small minority of Americans escape this condition. High blood pressure is a silent killer as it offers no signs, no symptoms and no warnings but it is one of the easiest to prevent and one of the most responsive to lifestyle changes but deadly if you do not know how to 'tame' it. If your blood pressure reading is 120/80, you are already suffering from pre-hypertension, a sign that you are losing control of your blood pressure. You are now at risk of a heart attack by as much as 5 times and your risk for stroke by about 10 times. You are also increasing your risk of heart failure and renal failure. At this stage you can take preventive steps to say no to high blood pressure. This book gives you seven crucial keys to lower your blood pressure and keep it under control or prevent it in the first place. Start using these keys today to avoid becoming a candidate for a heart attack or stroke.Cooked kidney beans will keep fresh in the refrigerator for about three days if placed in a covered container. ... Lentils A 198 gm serving of lentils has 730 mg of potassium, 4 mg of sodium, 38 mg of calcium and 71 mg of magnesium, brimming in fiber, a great ... They are not sold fresh, but are dried as soon as they are ripe.
|Title||:||7 Keys to Bring Your Blood Pressure Under Control|
|Author||:||Dr Bruce Miller|
|Publisher||:||Oak Publication Sdn Bhd -|