Both sea salt and rock salt were well-known to the ancient Greeks who noted that eating salty food affected basic body functions such as digestion and excretion (urine and stools). This led to salt being used medically. The healing methods of Hippocrates (460 BC) especially made frequent use of salt. Salt-based remedies were thought to … Continue reading Does Salt Cause High Blood Pressure?
Hello Dr Young My name is Lyn Bayley from Perth Australia. I am 50 years old. My husband put me on your pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet as my weight loss program had me plateaued at 90 kilos for over a year. I have a lap band and taking near nothing in food. But my … Continue reading No More Diabetes, Cancer, Glaucoma, High Blood Pressure, TMJ, Excess Weight and Drugs!!!!
Younger white women with vitamin D deficiencies are about three times more likely to have high blood pressure in middle age than those with normal vitamin levels, according to a study released on Thursday. The study, presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association in Chicago, adds younger women to a growing list of … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency May Lead To High Blood Pressure
The following is an unsolicited pH Miracle testimonyand a health question concerning brittle nails andhair loss. ===================================================== I’m happy to say that I have been off of high bloodpressure meds since March 28 this year (after havingbeen on them for more than 15 years)! My pressurereadings aren’t exactly where I want them yet onarising, but … Continue reading Ask Dr. Young – High Blood Pressure and Hair Loss
Listed below is a link to our latest U-Tubevideo testimony of Irene Howard who waschallenged with high cholesterol, hightriglycerides, diabetes, high bloodpressure and cancer. She is now living herlife free of these conditions because ofpersonal lifestyle and dietary changes. Irene Howard shares her pH Miracle at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=TeMrfmx5p6E If you are a pH Miracle and would … Continue reading No More Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol and Cancer
Systolic blood pressure, the maximum arterial pressure during contraction of the left ventricle of the heart, is the most important factor in predicting mortality risk for heart failure patients. Systolic blood pressure is typically the first number in a blood pressure reading; for example, 120 when the blood pressure is reported as 120/80. Heart failure … Continue reading High Blood Pressure Readings Not What They Seem
Does L-arginine and nitric oxide nutritional supplementation work for lowering high systolic blood pressure? Over the last year my clinical research suggests that L-arginine (without all the added sugars) will lower systolic blood pressure, lower pulse rate and lower blood sugars by over 15% with only 2 weeks of usage at my recommended dosage of … Continue reading Does L-arginine Lower High Systolic Blood Pressure?
In a study of middle-aged adults, maintaining a diet high in linoleic oil — the main dietary polyunsaturated fat found in certain plants and vegetables such as flax, hemp and avocado — seemed to lower the risk of developing high blood pressure. “These results lend support to current recommendations for increased ingestion of polyunsaturated fatty … Continue reading Daily Ingestion of Long Chain Polyunsaturate Oil Reduces High Pulse Rate and Blood Pressure
A Micrograph of Live Blood Showing a Symplast of Yeast and Bacteria – A Symptom of Systemic Acidosis of the Interstitial Fluids Published on November 23, 2018 Robert Young CPT. MSc, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner Research Scientist at the pH Miracle Center The alkalinity of the blood above pH 7.365 (alkaline phosphate)—any rise—is a … Continue reading Can the Chemistry Including the pH of the Blood and Interstitial Fluids of the Interstitium be Altered by YOUR Lifestyle and Dietary Choices?