Wednesday, December 13

Taking Care of Your Immune System

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Am I a Candidate for Heart Disease?

Intro: Heart disease and heart attacks are affected by high blood vessel disease.
Subject: What is High blood pressure?

High blood pressure or hypertension is considered a risk factor for the development of peripheral vascular disease, stroke, kidney disease, and heart disease.  High blood pressure, better known as hypertension, is often called the “silent killer”.  This disease has killed many people across the globe.  African Americans are affected with this disease more than any other race.  This disease mostly deals with the way a person eats.  Blood pressure measures the forces pushing outwards on your arterial walls, or a force that the blood exerts on the veins and arteries as it circulates through the body.  The organs in your body need oxygen to survive.  Oxygen is carried through the body by the blood, and when the heart beats it creates pressure that pushes blood through a network of tube shape arteries and veins, also known as blood capillaries.  Capillaries are the smallest of a body’sblood vessels – they are only one cell thick.

Your organs need oxygen, which is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Why do people feed their bodies pounds of dead flesh?  There is no life in dead meat.  Your body needs oxygen and oxygen is in the plants.  People, please get away from artificial colors, high fructose, corn syrup, and sugar.

The blood in our bodies needs a steady flow of oxygen and the organs need a steady flow of oxygen so our bodies can get this oxygen.  Our bodies are temples that need to be taken care of preciously by their owners (you).  That means the body needs food that carry oxygen like kale, mustard greens, broccoli, and lots of water.  Get away from animal milk and animal yogurt.  I hear more and more people are becoming lactose intolerant.  In order to live a healthier life, you must change the way you live. http://blog.soiloftheearth.com

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