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Alkaline Body: How Potassium-Sodium Destroy Body Acid
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Can you imagine how important potassium and sodium are for your body? These minerals are what are keeping you alive. Do you know anything about them? If you don’t keep them at normal blood... More > levels and stored in your body, this is what happens. Acid Body Appetite loss Muscle cramps A state of confusion Mild to severe constipation Excretion of calcium in urine Sickness Do you have any of these symptoms? Both sodium and potassium are active in your body neutralizing body acids. It is these acids that are responsible for your pain and sickness. To start to improve your health, you should be concentrating on reducing your body acid. This book shows you exactly how you can get more potassium and sodium into your body, so you can start having a life. You will also discover how these minerals lead to disease and illness and how you can avoid all of this misery. Now is the time to click on the order button. Order your book now.< Less
Glycemic Load Diet Guide With Dash Diet Low Gi 285 Recipes: The Dietary Solution for Weight & Blood Pressure Control
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"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
How Does Bulimia Affect You
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When you're living with bulimia, you're putting your body—and even your life—at risk. The most life-threatening side effect of bulimia is dehydration due to purging. Throwing up,... More > laxatives, and diuretics may cause electrolyte imbalances in the body, most generally in the form of low potassium levels. Low potassium levels trigger a wide range of symptoms ranging from lethargy and cloudy thinking to atypical heartbeat and death. Chronically low levels of potassium may also result in kidney failure.< Less
Reducing Blood Pressure Naturally: Take Charge of Your Cardiovascular Health
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This e-Book is going to give you the lowdown on high blood pressure and how to deal with it entirely naturally. Here are some of the topics you'll learn in this guide: Explaining in simplistic yet... More > accurate terms exactly what high blood pressure is and how it affects your health; A discussion of what "normal" blood pressure is considered to be for a non-stressed adult; How your family history can contribute to a predisposition to developing high blood pressure and what you can do about it; How stress can cause you to develop a severe case of high blood pressure; How eating too much salt can cause your blood pressure to skyrocket; How low levels of potassium in the body can contribute to high blood pressure; A chart that tells you the sources of potassium rich foods that can help lower your blood pressure; An explanation of how garlic can work to help reduce your high blood pressure; How fish oils can work to help reduce blood pressure for hypertension sufferers and much more…< Less
The M&G Juice Book (Edition 2)
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Vegetable and fruit juices are a smart addition to any well-balanced diet, providing vitamins and minerals like potassium, vitamin C and folate. Fruit juice is also a convenient way for adults and... More > children to help reach the recommended number of daily servings of fruits and vegetables. Just one 4-ounce glass of 100% juice provides a full serving of fruit. Fruit juice can deliver valuable nutrients you need without any added sugars including vitamin C, folate, potassium and other naturally occurring plant compounds known to promote health, such as antioxidants. Scientific evidence strongly supports the nutritional benefits of fruit juice. In fact, studies show that fruit juice is associated with reduced intake of dietary fat, saturated fat and added sugars. Juice helps overweight people. Fruit juice is beneficial healthy diet. It is fat-free/low-fat milk is a nutrient dense beverage providing a substantial amount of nutrients along with the calories it contains. It is moderation for proper nutrition.< 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
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