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04-06-2020, 05:32 PM
Hello My Friends,

I hope most of you have been following the video links that we have posted here because they give you a good alternative to what is being referred to these days as the 'fear porn' of the controlled mainstream media. And speaking of 'fear porn', I have received an e-mail from a man on high blood pressure medication that tells me it is making him feel weak, light-headed, and very depressed and he wonders about whether there are natural alternatives to the meds he is currently taking.

Let me offer my opinion.

First off, I AM NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR though I did earn my Doctor of Naturopathy degree many years ago. I also keep up with the very latest information on natural healing and what has real benefits and what doesn't. I'm telling you this because I personally do not believe the current guidelines put out by the AMA because they're bullshit and will ultimately have everyone taking Blood Pressure Meds, Cholesterol-Lowering Meds, and Anti-Depressant Meds. In other words, THEY are trying to turn our entire population into a subservient group of third world drug addicts at the beck and call of the globalist whoremasters that run the pharmaceutical industry and are out to depopulate the world by sterilizing the entire population through vaccines. If you don't like what I just wrote, STOP READING.

With the above stated, controlling blood pressure so that it is neither too high nor too low is a critical issue for many adults. Having levels that are higher or lower than normal can bring serious consequences. The blood pressure reading that comes to most of our minds as normal and spot-on is 120/80. That is what was considered perfect blood pressure from the time I was a little kid until quite recently when they lowered the standards in 2017. But, they can go screw themselves.

Now as relates to blood pressure.

Blood pressure refers to the strength of the blood in your arteries and veins when pumped by your heart, 120 mmHg the higher or systolic (top) number refers to the strength recorded when the heart beats and sends blood through the arterial system and the 80 mmHg the (lower) or diastolic number refers to the pressure in your veins as the blood returns to your heart.

Even though having low blood pressure is also dangerous for our health, it is far more common to find people suffering from hypertension or high blood pressure due to ALL of the stresses of modern life that includes taking your news from the 'fear porn' media. Seriously, if you feed yourself a steady diet of gloom, doom and disaster YOU WILL SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES with HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.

So what to do about High Blood Pressure?

Number One: Practice the Kiveloff Full Body Isometric Contraction EVERY DAY A Dozen times ( 12X) for a duration of at least 6 but not more than 12 seconds at maximum intensity. That amounts to a total of 72 to 144 seconds each day. This by itself can go a long way toward helping you lower your blood pressure permanently while strengthening your entire body BUT it will also elevate you to normal if you are low.

Next, be aware that there are many easily accessible foods that you can consume daily that will help to lower your blood pressure levels on the hurry up and keep them low if you are willing to give up cakes, pies, cookies, pastries, candy, and Ice cream. In other words, foods that are nothing more than high concentrations of sugar and fat.

Number One: on the list of approved foods is Beetroot. Beetroot contains a nutrient called dietary nitrate that your body converts into nitric oxide (NO), which your body can then use to lower your blood pressure. It works by relaxing and expanding the blood vessels so there is more space for the blood to move through your body. As such, It is highly beneficial for men suffering from erectile dysfunction due to arterial closure.

Number Two & Three (with caution) Natural Unsalted Cashews & Almonds. Just like bananas, cashews and almonds are an excellent way to fight high blood pressure levels because of the potassium they contain. BUT eat them without salt because salt causes the exact opposite result you are looking for. They can be added to yogurt, cereal, trail mix, or even rice and meat plates.

Number Four: Kale. Quite often green means healthy. That is unless you overload on oxalic acid. Leafy vegetables are full of vitamins such as A, C, and K. They also contain fiber and are low in calories, which make them an incredible part of your diet. The magnesium and potassium in kale are responsible for its power to lower your blood pressure levels. Two cups of kale twice a week will give you enough nutrients to fight hypertension. I don't recommend more often because of the oxalic acid content.

Number Five: Garlic. Many people enjoy the benefits of garlic, regardless of the terrible breath, they get afterward. Some others canít stand the smell and prefer to avoid it at all costs. What this second group of people may not be aware of is garlicís ability to help them avoid high blood pressure. What makes garlic such a great option? It acts twice in your system. First, it relaxes the blood vessels so more blood can go through, and second, it makes blood more liquid so that it flows through the veins more easily.

Number Six & Seven: Krill Oil and Fish oil. Both Krill Oil and Fish oil have been linked to preventing heart diseases for a very long time. Its benefits have made krill and fish oil an important part of many familiesí preventative and curative health care. To have the correct intake of oil, you have to consume fatty cold-water fish like salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, lake trout, and tuna. If you donít like fish, that's where the krill and fish oil supplements that can help you lower your blood pressure.

Number Eight & Nine: Green Coffee and Green Tea. Green coffee and black coffee differ because of the roasting process, therefore their effects on the body also differ. Green coffee is rich in chlorogenic acid, which is a type of polyphenol and has been proven to have antihypertensive effects. Black coffee, on the other hand, seems to increase blood pressure temporarily due to caffeine. However, people who consume black coffee regularly develop a resistance to caffeine that can help lower their blood pressure levels.

Number Ten, Eleven & Twelve: Raw Fruit & Raw Fruit Juices that are totally unsweetened. The benefits and properties of raw unsweetened fruit and fruit juice are very well known all over the world. Many diets and special regimes include fruit as a vitamin and mineral-rich healthy snack in the middle of the morning and some afternoons. Fruit contains plenty of water, vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients that are beneficial to your body and brain. Fruit also reduces blood pressure, for example:

RAW Pineapples: have excellent enzymes for digesting proteins as well as diuretic properties that help the body get rid of the excess of liquid. This makes blood flow smoothly without making too much pressure on vein walls. If you are going for your favorite pineapple smoothie, be sure to include some of the pulp in your drink. This will give you extra fiber that you need to have a healthy digestive system.

Bananas: contain potassium that helps reduce blood pressure. Adding one banana to your daily diet will help increase your potassium levels, which will, in turn, decrease blood pressure. DO NOT eat overly ripe bananas that have brown spots on them. Make sure they are just beyond the gree stage for maximum benefits.

Pomegranate is an awesome fruit that is referred to throughout the Bible. It's full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It is so effective that drinking 8 ounces of RAW Pomegranate juice per day can reduce your blood pressure and your cholesterol levels.

Granted, these foods vary in taste appeal BUT are easy to incorporate into your diet. Not only will they help lower your blood pressure, but they will also fuel your day with healthy energy and necessary nutrients.

---John Peterson

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