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No longer a secret: How to get your Potassium RDA!

It took over 20 hours of personal research to produce the "High Potassium - Low Calories Food List". You won't find anything else like it on the internet. I hope it helps you achieve your daily potassium goal. It's helped me where I'm no longer concerned about getting enough.
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- Submitted by ARCSPARKS 5/9/2012 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Keeping Blood Pressure in Check

Watch the number of frozen MEALS you eat. Limit it to no more than 2 or 3 a week.

- Submitted by THEWEIGHINN 4/22/2012 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Strut your Stuff!

Taking a 30 minute brisk walk three times a week will lower your blood pressure significantly. In a recent study of a group of caregivers walking the allotted amount produced a beneficial effect on their blood pressure. The participants who walked 30 to 40 minutes at least three times a week experienced a reduction in their blood pressure that was stress-induced.

- Submitted by KBUCKMASH 3/14/2011 in Staying Healthy | 3 Comments
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Banana- a superfood

Keep bananas handy in the house or in your lunch box in case of hunger as it is one of nature's superfoods
Have a look at this link and see why!

http://www.suesh
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anas-super-man-fruit/

- Submitted by NEW-CAZ 1/14/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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First Things First

I've learned the secret to staying eternally motivated. I've learned to prioritize. I put God first, my husband second, personal needs third and my family next. Work, volunteerism, and social advancement don't garner a place in line or a second of my attention. As I have learned to keep my priorities in order, my stress (and blood pressure) have come down along with my weight. Also, my personal happiness has increased and my family support of my goals and needs has increased. Life is great!

- Submitted by DIONNE626 10/22/2010 in Motivation | 0 Comments
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Cut the salt!

Cutting the salt in your food will reduce water retention, your blood pressure, and reduce your chance for heart disease.

- Submitted by SYDNEY_DE 9/24/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment
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Chocolate as medication!

Small daily amounts of delicious dark chocolate can reduce blood pressure! See the article at:

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a square of Lindt 85% or 90% - for medicinal purposes!

- Submitted by WALKINGANNIE 8/15/2010 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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