Melons And Other Mouth-Watering Fruits That Can Help Lower High Blood Pressure

Green leafy vegetables, dairy products, pulses, oatmeal, beetroots, fatty fish like salmon, cod and tuna and many other foods help in lowering high blood pressure. High blood pressure is rising at an alarming rate. If not controlled, high blood pressure can lead to serious heart diseases, stroke or even kidney disease. An active lifestyle, healthy eating habits, some medications and other lifestyle changes can help manage high blood pressure. Green leafy vegetables, dairy products, pulses, oatmeal, whole grains, ground flax seeds, prunes, cinnamon, beetroots, fatty fish like salmon, cod and tuna and…

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People who skip breakfast more likely to develop hardening of arteries: study

A greater percentage of energy consumed earlier in the day may favour cardiovascular health.  In addition to having the greatest risk of atherosclerosis, people who skipped breakfast also had the greatest waist circumference (Photo: AFP) People who skip breakfast may be more likely to develop atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, than individuals who start each day with a hearty meal, a new study suggests. Even after researchers accounted for diet and other risk factors for heart disease, people who routinely skipped breakfast were significantly more likely to develop atherosclerosis…

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Clean Your Arteries With One Simple Fruit

Did you ever think that the most efficient treatment for your cardiovascular disease can be found in your kitchen cupboard or growing on a tree in your back yard, and not necessarily in your medicine cabinet.   Progression of Coronary Artery Disease Can Be Prevented With a Pomegranate Atheroclerosis are known to be accumulated fatties in your coronary arteries causing their progressive thickening and all this leads to cardiac mortality.   It’s confirmed in the study published in the journal Atherosclerosis that pomegranate extract plays a major role in reversing…

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On World Heart Day, here are the 7 deadly S sins you need to pay attention to; smoking, sugar and more

By- Nikita Bhalla Keeping your heart healthy and happy is something you can totally manage. All you need to do is make sure you are aware about these seven commandments and keep a close tab on them. Heart disease is the number one killer in India and claims about 7 million deaths per year, nationwide. By the year 2020, heart diseases are projected to become even more prominent as the population ages steadily. More recently, it has emerged from statistics that even younger generation or young-adults are becoming increasingly prone…

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