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Potassium the Heart Mineral: Use a Potassium Diet to Improve Your Heart Function
eBook (ePub): $5.98
Why you Should be Concerned with Potassium? Most people don’t think much about potassium, but they do need plenty of it to keep them healthy. And, when they are not feeling good or sick, they... More > think even less about potassium. In this Nook e-book you will discover little talked about uses of potassium and why you need to keep on top of how to use mineral to keep you healthy. What is Potassium Good For? Potassium is well known for keeping your heart strong and pumping, but there are more details you should know about how to use potassium to keep all aspects of your cardiovascular system working, to prevent you from shorting your life. What Should I Do? Go now and click on the buy button to get this inexpensive nook book. You need to know how to use potassium the right way for body health.< Less
48 Powerful Meal Recipes That Will Help Control Your High Blood Pressure : A Natural Solution to Hypertension Without Pills or Medicine
eBook (ePub): $12.99
Hypertension or high blood pressure, which many specialists call "the silent killer" is a very commonly spread condition. It may not be initially noticeable for a very long time but long... More > term it leads to kidney disease, heart attacks, strokes, etc. Not to worry, this condition is very easily preventable and curable, in fact, it's all in your own hands and it's all about your diet. Recipes featured in this book consist of scientifically proven ingredients to lower your blood pressure like: beans, broccoli, buckwheat, red peppers, low fat dairy and, generally speaking, foods rich in calcium, potassium and magnesium. While your main might be to lower or prevent high blood pressure, some additional benefits of incorporating these low fat recipes into your diet may be: weight loss, digestive health improvement, and a major energy and positivity boost. This book presents all kinds of recipes with a variety of ingredients such as: vegetables, fruits, low fat dairy, nuts, grains and spices.< Less
Dash Diet: Must Know Rules for Healthy Meals
eBook (ePub): $9.99
DASH diet is a well-balanced eating plan that helps you lower your blood pressure. Since DASH is the abbreviation of Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, this diet aims to reduce the sodium... More > amount in your diet and allow you to eat a variety of foods which rich in nutrients and other essential nourishment to help lower blood pressure, such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium. This diet is a lifelong approach to healthy eating that was designed for people who want a treat or prevent high blood pressure. Additionally, in this book you will find all the important information about DASH diet such as how to plan for the diet, how the diet works, additional health benefits, tips and facts about DASH diet.< Less
"Delightful Cool Drinks and Smoothies"
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Fruit juices are the perfect, highly lovable fast food in today's eat-on-the-run lifestyle. They are high in Vitamin C and certain folate and minerals such as potassium. Nutrient value apart,during... More > summer,drinking cool fruit juice is a rejoicing experience to all of us. In view of the wide acceptability of fruit juices for their unique taste and flavor, this publication has been made to prepare the delicious, nutritious, rejoiceble juices to enjoy with family and friends.< Less
Quinoa Perfect Diet for Weight Loss & Super Strength : Nutritious Delicious Tasty Recipes
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One of the best reasons to enjoy Quinoa Diet is because it has a high-protein content,which makes it a great cholesterol-free and low-fat source of protein for vegetarians and vegans. Quinoa is... More > relatively low in calories.One cup of cooked quinoa (185 g) provides 222 calories,3.4 grams of fat,3 grams of fiber and contains 8.14 grams of protein.It's not surprising that quinoa supports good health,as it's one of the only plant foods that are a complete protein,offering all the essential amino acids in a healthy balance.Not only is the protein complete,but also quinoa grains have a usually high ratio of protein to carbohydrate.Quinoa is also highest of all the whole grains in potassium,which helps control blood pressure.Quinoa is a more nutritious option for gluten free diets may be useful in reducing the risk for diabetes and helps you feel fuller longer. What's more, quinoa is gluten free, which makes it extremely useful to the celiac community. So enjoy tasty delicious recipes with health benefit.< Less
Fish and Rice Recipes, Cookbook
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Relevance of the chosen subject is that fish dishes will enjoy popularity in modern restaurant branch. The person long since appreciated fish fine food qualities. It takes the important place in... More > kitchens of many people up to today. Fish is a rich source of a protein, vitamins of group B and minerals, and in her it is a little fat and calories. Any fish contains potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. In a liver of many fishes the high content of A, D, E vitamins. Sea fish and seafood are rich with iodine and fluorine, at them there are also other useful elements.< Less
Glycemic Load Diet Guide With Dash Diet Low Gi 285 Recipes: The Dietary Solution for Weight & Blood Pressure Control
eBook (ePub): $2.99
"DASH" stands for "Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension," Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal; in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic index... More > or GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels. The glycemic index ranks the foods from 0–100 according to the speed at which they affect your blood sugar levels in the 2 or 3 hours after eating. All the dishes contain at least one low-GI food, which will lower the overall GI count. The Low Glycemic Index, High Fiber, Low Saturated Fat, Low Sodium 285 Recipes provided in this book are wholesome and tasty. Simple to prepare, yet totally delicious All the recipes also include detailed information on calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, sodium, and potassium, as well as serving sizes and time to prepare and cook.< Less
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