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Low bp: Adequate hydration and liberalize salt intake.
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Dietary fat: You should ingest at least some fat every day to insure that you are getting a supply of essential fatty acids. These types of fat must be ingested si ... Read More
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Leafy veggies: Most dietary magnesium comes from vegetables, such as dark green, leafy vegetables. Other foods that are good sources of magnesium: Fruits or vegetab ... Read More
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Dietary fat: Dietary fat is fat you get in your food.
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Sure seems like it: It sure seems like it.
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Sweets, soda, fruit: Sugars are added to lots of processed foods. Sodas are a major source. Fruit generally gets a pass (except in diabetics)because of the associated fibe ... Read More
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Sweets, soda, fruit: Sugars are added to lots of processed foods. Sodas are a major source. Fruit generally gets a pass (except in diabetics)because of the associated fibe ... Read More
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Yes, a few: It is generaly recommended to follow a heart-helathy diet: plenty of fruits and vegetables, minimal saturated fat, hardly any trans fat. Some people ... Read More
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Metals : heavy metals like mercurous they can lead and good things like iodine
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Unhealthy lifestyle: Hi. The typical American diet is part of an unhealthy lifestyle full of fast food, processed food, white bread, saturated fat, & simple sugar. Mig ... Read More

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