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Foods Inflammation HBP - Overcoming High Blood Pressure, Issue #47
September 04, 2015

Foods Inflammation HBP

September 4, 2015

, foods inflammation HBP is about balancing your food choices, eating the foods that will improve your health and avoiding those that raise your risk for illness such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.

Our topics for newsletter Issue #47 are:

Foods Inflammation HBP

Health is like money, we never have a true idea of its value until we lose it.
-Josh Billings

Your fast paced lifestyle have you eating foods that directly contribute to inflammation within your body causing the production of cortisol that contributes to your elevated stress levels.

Sugar And High Blood Pressure

Sugar forms an overwhelming portion of our diet from sodas, desserts and cookies. This addiction is slowing killing you because it is doubling your chances of developing heart-related issues like obesity.

Some Foods To Avoid

  • Processed foods

  • Refined Grains

  • Refuse Refined Table Salt

  • Pastries, cupcakes, candies

  • Junk Foods

  • Soft drinks, sodas

  • Protein powders with added sugars

Sugar-free does not mean healthy, in fact the tendencies is to eat more because of that label. In my next newsletter I'll be directing you to a page on my website all about the dangers of sugar and your health.

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HBP Tips - Corner

The rising of the sun marks a new day. So every morning when you wake up take a moment to determine what your lifestyle for today will be.

Eat fewer bad fats and more good fats. Know your servicing sizes and food choices to develop a healthy eating habit.

Vegetable proteins, such as soy, lentils, beans and nuts are better for you than meat protein. So do read more about the benefits of legumes for a healthier you.

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Heart Healthy Recipe

Here is a great muffin to start off your morning. This Orange Bran muffin has flax-seed as an added health benefit and can be found at my Heart Healthy Recipes page.

I'll like to share this information about flaxseed. Flaxseed provides a major boost to your digestive tract. It is a great source of anti-inflammatory omega-3s and can be used as an egg substitute in yeast breads, pancakes, waffles and muffins. So start replacing one egg in a recipe by blending in 2 tablespoon of whole fax with 3 tablespoon of cold water. Let mixture rest for 10 minutes to thicken before adding to batter.

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, research has shown that we need a mix of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, but some choices within these categories are better than others. So read my foods for high blood pressure page for even more information.

Again thanks for reading this newsletter, please share it with your friends. But do encourage them to get their own copy and join Overcoming High Blood Pressure newsletter group. They will be able to download and receive their own ebook copy of how to use acupressure to lower their blood pressure.

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Warmest regards,


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