Monday, June 3, 2013

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

There are many emails daily about "quick cures" to lower cholesterol, but the quick cure not only doesn't work quickly but also is only temporary. High cholesterol readings and heavy plaque buildup, causing high blood pressure,  took years to accumulate, years in which many did not know the dangers. Today, the knowledge is there, but many continue to ignore it.

In this modern technological world, one cannot feign ignorance of medical conditions, of statistics which prove the gravity of the American condition as it concerns Heart Disease. Americans fascination with Fast Foods, packaged meals, microwave cooking, and lack of beneficial exercise cannot be overlooked as the underlying causes. Yet, even though the public is becoming more aware of the dangers, even though the "fast food joints" are providing healthier meals for sale, the number of deaths per year due to heart disease is not decreasing.

The solution is not found in a "quick fix" attitude, but instead in a proactive position to balance the food consumed daily. The balance  wheel shown relates the 3 areas often forgotten...fruits, nuts, vegetables, and whole grains. Balancing a diet to insure that at least some of the 3 are eaten daily will start reducing high cholesterol naturally, but over time.

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Curative Properties of Tea

A simple herb, but one that is consumed globally. Yet, Americans prefer their coffee, the high caffeine energy drinks, and sodas. In searching through herbal cures for high blood pressure and high cholesterol, I remembered the many Asian cultures where stress and high blood pressure are not so common as in the US. Just about everywhere is Asia is some custom or ceremony for the consumption of an herbal tea.

Research is extensive on the magical properties of tea, herbal or not, hot or cold, proving that it relaxes anxiety, aids in reducing cholesterol, and benefit the body with its antioxidant properties. Its not promoted as much as fruits and vegetables, not hailed as a miracle cure, but drinking tea in any of your favorite styles and blends will start healing processes.

Many studies have been undertaken and the results are sobering: from lowering blood pressure, reducing "bad" (LDL) cholesterol in combination with a low fat diet, boosting immunity, strengthening bones, and possibly reducing the possibility of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.