Health Benefits of Almonds

Health Benefits of Almonds

The health benefits of almonds include getting relief from constipation, respiratory disorders, cough, hearth disorders, anemia, impotency, and diabetes. It also helps in hair care, skin care (psoriasis), and dental care. It is a rich source of vitamin E, calcium, phosphorous, iron and magnesium. It also contains zinc, selenium, copper … Read more

7 Ways Vitamin C Fights Heart Disease

7 Ways Vitamin C Fights Heart Disease

A recent study showed that men who consume at least 300 milligrams of vitamin C, through food and supplements, slash their risk of death from heart disease by 40 percent.
Here are seven proven ways that vitamin C helps lower your risk of heart disease:
1. Vitamin C is linked to reduced levels of lipoprotein (a). High levels of lipoprotein (a) are linked to stroke.

Fructose May Raise Blood Pressure

Fructose May Raise Blood Pressure

Do you need a reason to cut down on sweetened beverages? Their fructose content might increase your blood pressure, doctors said. Although not all studies agree, the findings add to a growing body of evidence that too much of the ubiquitous sugar — found in fruits as well as high-fructose corn … Read more

Munch Dark Chocolates to reduce blood pressure

Munch Dark Chocolates to reduce blood pressure

The research conducted now says that taking one chocolate a day keeps the blood pressure away. The research establishes a new theory taking one chocolate is equivalent for the exercise done for an hour. It is good for blood pressure patients.
For the purpose of the study, university of Adelaide examined flavors of dark chocolate( which contains flavonol) and found that it causes the dilation of blood vessels which eventually benefit in lowering the blood pressure.

Foods That Lower Blood Pressure

Foods That Lower Blood Pressure

The term ‘blood pressure’ refers to the force of blood as it moves through the arteries. This pressure does not remain constant, but when it stays high for a significant period of time, it is referred to as ‘high blood pressure’ or hypertension. The condition can lead to heart attacks, … Read more