It doesn’t come as a surprise for many to hear that too much salt is bad for you—cutting down on sodium is something doctors and nutritionists have been pushing for years. However, a new Japanese study has shown that not only habitually high-salt... Read More
According to a study conducted by researchers at the New York University Langone Medical Center, phthalate compounds used as replacements for harmful chemicals in plastic products are linked to high blood pressure and insulin resistance.
The study, r... Read More
I have a rule about being able to pronounce the food I eat. Take quinoa, for example. This superfood has gained a lot of popularity in recent years—and it’s a name that you will want to remember for years to come. It may not look like it, but the... Read More
Your doctor may suggest medications to lower blood pressure, but these medications may cause several side effects. Here are 11 natural ways to lower blood pressure without medication.
High blood pressure may be commonly ca... Read More
Being stressed out can temporarily cause your blood pressure to rise—but can constant stress lead to long-term high blood pressure?
Let’s take a look at the facts from a scientific point of view. When we are faced with stressful situations, our b... Read More
With summertime fast approaching, I’m sure that most of you are hoping to get your body “beach ready.”
We know that going to the gym on a regular basis can help with that, but quite frankly, for some of us that can take quite a bit of motivatio... Read More
In this article, I’m going to dive into how too much sugar and too little salt could have a negative impact on your blood pressure.
Salt and Sugar Staples in Every American Pantry
Your pantry can be seen as a kind of medicine cabinet in your kitche... Read More
DASH Diet: Reduce Hypertension and Boost Heart Health Through Diet
Hypertension, or high blood pressure as it’s more commonly known, is a serious health problem that affects many Americans. Over time, the damage that it causes to blood vessels ... Read More