Healthy Remedies

Healthy Remedies

Fighting Blood Pressure and Cholesterol?

The two things that say heart disease the loudest are high blood pressure and the wrong levels of cholesterol.

In most cases the response is the same. Get a prescription it is the only cure. Well give the body some credit and a little help. The body has been healing itself for how many years now?

Here are some natural tips for CHANGE in your habits to HELP the body improve your cholesterol and blood pressure:

Blood Pressure

The easiest and most healthful thing that you can do to help your heart is to take a walk. A walk will lower your blood pressure, increase circulation and improve stamina. Try a walk of at least a block 3 times a week. After a couple of weeks try two blocks and increase gradually until you are doing 1-2 miles 3 times a week. A walk around all four sides (375 ft ea.) of a block is about 1/3 of a mile. SO if you started on one corner of a block, walked 3 blocks in any direction, made a right angle turn, walked 3 more blocks and made a right angle turn in the same direction as the first turn (i.e. First turn right, second turn right, third turn right) you would walk in a complete square ending where you started. Three blocks up, three blocks over, three blocks down and three blocks back to starting point equals almost a mile.

Medical research shows the lack of magnesium is implicated in high blood pressure. Whole grains and leafy greens are rich in magnesium and a key role in good heart health.


Bad health doesn’t come by the tablespoon; it is the result of years of body abuse. In the same vein of light don’t expect to change years of body abuse in 30 days of good attention. Change to natural enhancing food and supplements and you will notice continual BETTER health as the body goes back to natural healing.

Beans of any kind are rich in fiber and pectin both give the body power to battle cholesterol. Don’t forget to season the beans. (Dried beans: bay leaf, celery seed, ONIONS, & GARLIC, pepper and salt.) This the case that you can’t get too many beans in your diet. Beans for good health! (Other foods rich in pectin are apples, carrots and the white rind of citrus fruit.)

There is a good oil that needs to be added to your diet. This oil is found in salmon and trout. Eat this as often as available. Then every day take a fish oil supplement with your meal that is high in omega 3 oil. This one supplement is being heralded as the heart helper for men and women!

Garlic is the super healing herb that supports the immune system and helps lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Raw garlic and onion every day. Can’t take the fresh garlic, try supplements. DO something different and expect a change!

Red grapes have an ingredient that lowers the bad cholesterol (LDL). Red grapes fresh or red grape juice daily or simple grapes seed extract supplement with each meal can help reduce the risk of heart disease. Remember slowly abused over a long period of time can be corrected but also takes time, don’t be impatient, and be consistent!

Remember to add vitamin rich foods like strawberries, tomatoes and potatoes to your diet when available and supplement the rest of the year with quality Vitamin C tablets.

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Look for immune system failures such as lingering colds, fungus infections, (skin and toes) allergies, and fight to correct these as you battle cholesterol levels. Check here for a natural immune support.

Remember, Dr Linus Pauling, two times Nobel Laureate, said “one could trace every disease and every ailment to a mineral deficiency.” If your system cannot absorb body healing minerals then you should consider improving colon good health with Intestinal Formula # 1.[tags]Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure[/tags] 

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