Since I was a kid, I’ve always walked barefoot inside our house.
My mother constantly reminds me to wear slippers most of the time.
Now that I am an adult, I have just realized why I was so accustomed to walking on barefoot.
It was actually helping me stay healthy all along - of course, hygiene properly taken into account here.
Walking barefoot can actually help LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE.
Since the beginning of recorded history and for thousands of years, GARLIC served countless purpose and medicinal applications.
From Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, and China, it was found in ancient medical texts that GARLIC was prescribed for a variety of medical conditions.
It showcases a wide array of benefits such as enhancing function of our immune system to fight common colds and flu, lowering cholesterol, and one of its most infamous benefit, lowering HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.
Your doctor writes several items on the prescription pad.
It looks like that a number of blood chemistry parameter is requested for you to undergo in the laboratory.
You are wondering what are these tests for?
Most of us Filipinos are aware that obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes are pretty much separate entities that are closely linked to one another.
But do you know that there is actually a syndrome that encompasses them all as a single entity?
It is called METABOLIC SYNDROME.
Filipinos love eating.
It is part of our culture.
Mas masarap nga kumain lalu na pag kasama ang pamilya o mga kaibigan.
However, the fact will always hold true – MORE THAN 21% OF ADULTS in the Philippines have HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE and MORE THAN 5% are suffering from DIABETES TYPE 2.
And this definitely has something to do with the food that we eat.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.
It works like a TRAITOR – insidiously wraps its arms around you and blows you suddenly.
More often than not, big time - STROKE.
If you have high blood pressure, pay attention to this:
Before you grab that next 500 mL of soda in the fridge or add another 2 tablespoons of sugar into your coffee....
Read the message below first.