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If your blood pressure is only slightly high, your health is in danger - and you might not even know it. Here are some of the changes you can incorporate into your life right now to lower your blood pressure. Evade the Silent Killer

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Holistic Treatment for Candidiasis (Systemic Yeast Infections)

Candidiasis, also known as candida, affects millions of Americans, many of whom unknowingly suffer from this condition of yeast overgrowth. Along with food allergy, with which it is often interrelated, candidiasis is one of the most commonly overlooked or misdiagnosed chronic disease conditions in America, and is responsible for a host of symptoms, including gastrointestinal disorders, chronic fatigue, depression, allergies, and low immune function. It is precisely because of this wide range of symptoms that candidiasis so often goes undetected.
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Did you know that the spiritual practice of giving a prayer of thanksgiving before you eat also has health benefits? It's true. Pausing to "say Grace" before you eat helps to "quiet" your body and mind, which in turn helps to optimize digestion.

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We all know that exercise is good for us. To maintain your health, you should aim to exercise for 45-60 minutes at least 3-4 days a week. To enhance the health benefits you get from exercising, follow your workouts by supplementing with fish oil capsules, a rich source of healthy omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs). Recent research shows that combining exercise with fish oil supplements improves cholesterol levels and blood vessel function, and can also improve your ability to shed body fat. Read more health tips...
What is Syndrome X?
There are five parameters, or risk factors, that define Syndrome X, which is also known as Metabolic Syndrome, Reaves Syndrome, Insulin Resistance Syndrome, Dysmetabolic Syndrome, and "pre-diabetes." You must have three out of the five risk factors to be accurately diagnosed with Syndrome X. continued inside...

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