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Heart Health

These are some suggestions which may help these conditions. These suggestions are not a replacement for medical evaluation and treatment. Evaluation by a clinical nutritionist is often necessary. Lifestyle consultation may be necessary.

Vegetarian Diet
  1. Three moderate meals a day
  2. Filtered Water – eight glasses a day (at least)
  3. Plenty of a variety of FRESH vegetables and some fruit (organic is best)
  4. No SWEETS and No SNACKING, NO LATE SNACKS OR MEALS
  5. REDUCE starches during the dinner meal
Exercice
  1. At least 5 times a week, 30-45 minutes daily
  2. Rapid walking is the best exercise (bicycling or swimming)
Cholestrol Control
  1. Diet and exercise which produces weight loss
  2. Soluble fiber foods – psyllium, oats, barley, eggplant, okra
  3. Fish, fish oil, flax seed oil and other omega 3 rich foods; olive oil, walnuts, almonds, garlic, green tea
  4. Grape juice
  5. Pomegranate juice daily
  6. Red grapefruit (avoid if taking regular medications)
  7. Green vegetables (folate); cut animal protein intake, including dairy.
  8. Juice – 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar, 4 cups of apples, and 3 cups of white grape juice – take daily for 1 month only
Blood Pressure Control
  1. Stress control – a huge topic but- relaxation and deep slow breathing, a cheerful disposition, avoid the avoidable, a rich spiritual life, be part of a community, family, separate work and leisure, etc
  2. Diet, exercise, and weight loss (see above)
  3. Pomegranate juice; garlic; onions, dark chocolate (small amount); combine red wine vinegar and grape juice; Flax seeds - powdered
  4. Magnesium rich foods – bananas, avocado, lentils, oatmeal, brown rice, yogurt, almonds, cashews, and others
  5. Regular medications may be needed for high blood pressure
Reference:

Best choices from the people’s pharmacy.

By Joe Graedon, MS, and Teresa Graedon, PHD.

Links:

NutritionFacts.org

Nutritionmd.org

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