Spinach Popeye’s favourite green vegetable is not all cartoon fiction! Spinach is loaded with heart healthy nutrients and is low in calories, high in fibre, potassium and magnesium. All these properties help in maintaining and lowering blood pressure levels. Sweet potatoes This sweet food is loaded with potassium and being so rich in potassium it…

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Eating a square piece of dark chocolate every day, will help to lower down blood pressure readings, because of their richness in flavonoids – they are the natural compounds that cause dilation of the blood vessels. Choose dark chocolate which has approximately 50 to 70 percent cacao. http://www.cardiorenew-europe.com

Watermelon is not just a delicious summer type food, but it is also a heart healthy food. Watermelon is loaded with fibre and lycopenes including Vitamin A and potassium. All these nutrients have blood pressure lowering effects. Oranges can lower you risk in developing high blood pressure, this super rich vitamin fruit is another fruit…

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Garlic is not everybody’s cup of tea, probably due to the after breath aroma! However the unique benefits of garlic are many and it is highly recommended for people with bad cholesterol. But what is it that makes garlic a natural medicine for a healthy heart? The answer is that it has an element called…

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Most people take Cardio Renew to increase circulation and to help clear blocked arteries, some also take it for heavy metal poisoning, however many people experience improvement in other health issues when taking Cardio Renew. This is because calcification is an ongoing process and Chelation therapy not only helps to reduce calcium deposits but also…

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New research says the Mediterranean diet greatly cuts the risk of strokes and heart attacks. The study found that eating a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, fish, olive oil and nuts typical of Mediterranean countries cuts the risk of heart disease and stroke by 30%. Researchers found that after nearly five years people who followed…

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