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Controlling High Blood Pressure : The Natural Way

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Learn how to lower high blood pressure medication-free with simple changes to diet and exercise, combined with stress-reducing techniques. Who gets high blood pressure? Should you panic if you or someone you love develops hypertension? How can you help yourself, even if you're in a high-risk group? High blood pressure is commonly the result of an unhealthy lifestyle, and it can almost always be controlled--without debilitating medications--simply by eating the right foods, taking the proper herb and vitamin supplements, getting the correct types of exercise, and practicing such stress-reducing techniques as meditation, visualization, tai chi, and yoga. This book gives you a firm grip on all these tools. Start using them today to build yourself a healthy, circulation-friendly life. FEATURING:
- A triple-threat healing program that not only revitalizes your circulation system but also boosts your overall health
- A thirty-day food regimen--ninety full menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus many recipes for delicious foods to eat as you control hypertension
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Product details

  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 110 x 175 x 18.8mm | 136g
  • Ballantine Books Inc.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0345431464
  • 9780345431462
  • 138,132

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Of the countless ailments that rack the human machine,
high blood pressure is one of the easiest to prevent
and one of the most responsive to treatment.
Who gets high blood pressure? Should you panic if you or someone you love develops hypertension? How can you help yourself, even if you're in a high-risk group?
High blood pressure is commonly the result of an unhealthy lifestyle, and it can almost always be controlled--without debilitating medications--simply by eating the right foods, taking the proper herb and vitamin supplements, getting the correct types of exercise, and practicing such stress-reducing techniques as meditation, visualization, tai chi, and yoga. This book gives you a firm grip on all these tools. Start using them today to build yourself a healthy, circulation-friendly life.
FEATURING:
- A triple-threat healing program that not only revitalizes your circulation system but also boosts your overall health
- A thirty-day food regimen--ninety full menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus many recipes for delicious foods to eat as you control hypertension
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Of the countless ailments that rack the human machine, high blood pressure is one of the easiest to prevent and one of the most responsive to treatment.

Who gets high blood pressure? Should you panic if you or someone you love develops hypertension? How can you help yourself, even if you're in a high-risk group?

High blood pressure is commonly the result of an unhealthy lifestyle, and it can almost always be controlled -- without debilitating medications -- simply by eating the right foods, taking the proper herb and vitamin supplements, getting the correct types of exercise, and practicing such stress-reducing techniques as meditation, visualization, tai chi, and yoga. This book gives you a firm grip on all these tools. Start using them today to build yourself a healthy, circulation-friendly life.

FEATURING:
-- A triple-threat healing program that not only revitalizes your circulation system but also boosts your overall health
-- A thirty-day food regimen -- ninety full menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus many recipes for delicious foods to eat as you control hypertension
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About David Carroll

David L. Carroll is the author of more than thirty books and ten network TV programs. He now specializes in medical self-help books, including Living with Parkinson's and The Complete Book of Natural Medicines, and film documentaries on medical technology and drug prevention. Wahida Karmally, M.S., is Director of Nutrition at the Irving Center for Clinical Research, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. She is a frequent contributor to Newsweek.
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