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Low Vitamin D Raises Blood Pressure

Low Vitamin D Raises Blood Pressure

Vitamin D deficiency may triple a person’s risk of high blood pressure, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. “Our results indicate that early vitamin D deficiency may increase the long-term... read more
Magnesium Applied to the Skin Lowers Blood Pressure

Magnesium Applied to the Skin Lowers Blood Pressure

Magnesium could be used as an alternative or in addition to medication to combat high blood pressure, a study has found. It could be promising news for the millions of people who suffer from hypertension, which raises the risk of heart disease, stroke and vascular... read more
Magnesium and Low Blood Pressure

Magnesium and Low Blood Pressure

A reader writes, I have low blood pressure. When I became deficient in magnesium I was constantly feeling faint and blacking out. But once I took the magnesium, within six months it finally stabilized. All the meds the doctor gave me never did a thing but make me gain... read more
Watermelon and Blood Pressure

Watermelon and Blood Pressure

Simply eating watermelons can be effective in naturally fighting off pre-hypertension and therefore, considerably lessening the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Food scientists from Florida State University have discovered that consuming six grams of L-citrulline... read more
Blood Pressure and Watermelon

Blood Pressure and Watermelon

Elevated blood pressure results in micro-cracks in the delicate endothelial lining of the blood vessels that must be patched by plaque (formed largely of circulating oxidized LDL cholesterol and calcium particles), beginning the process of atherosclerosis and greatly... read more
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