Healthy Food which may help to reduce your blood pressure and recipes…

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This is an updated post from last year which I thought deserved another airing as this is a very important subject and something which affects very many people and also something which we could help control by eating sensibly and the right foods really can make a difference…We only have one body and need to take charge and give it all the help we can… This post contains health information from Sally and recipes from Moi with some additional chat from Moi as those who know me well know that I just love to talk and my fingers are an extension of my mouth… lol… I hope you enjoy this post and take away some positives…

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7 thoughts on “Healthy Food which may help to reduce your blood pressure and recipes…

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  2. Doctor Jonathan

    I find it interesting that so many of these choices are part of a HIGH FAT nutrition plan. With so much quality research showing the benefits of this style of eating, I have chosen to begin following it. I do NOT believe in fad dieting. Since I use food for nutrition and information needs of the body, I do not have a problem creating lifetime nutrition plans for myself that reduce categories of foods. I have been on this plan for 1 week and will order my own blood work in 4 more weeks to measure objective outcomes. Although I like the research and findings, I don’t believe the average consumer would follow this style of eating over the long haul. Modifying HIGH FAT plans can be dangerous. I believe (at this time) more people would do greater harm than good following this style of eating because they would include unhealthy carbohydrates (cravings and/or anger from food exclusions) which would ultimately lead to metabolic mayhem and diseases.

    Overall, I still believe the average consumer would be best off following an 80-90% (healthy) REAL FOOD nutrition plan with the remaining 10-20% option for “comfort food” choices to avoid feelings of deprivation.

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