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    हाइपोथायराइड की वजह से शरीर की रोग प्रतिरोधक क्षमता कम हो जाती है इसलिए इसकी वजह से शरीर में कई अन्य समस्याएं शुरू हो जाती हैं।
इससे बचने के लिए निम्नलिखित उपाय अपनाये:
-स्वस्थ वजन बनाए रखने के लिए फाइबर से समृद्ध और कम वसा वाले आहार लें.
- कुछ न कुछ शारीरिक गतिविधि करते रहें.
- तनाव से हाइपोथायराइड विकारों को बढ़ने का मौका मिलता है, इसलिए तनाव से बचने की कोशिश करें. #chaudharyhospital #HealthCare #quality #InternalMedicine #Hypertension #Diabetes #Infectiousdiseases #hypothyroid #ThyroidDisorders #Emergency #Care #Asthma #CriticalCare #UdaipurCity #CHMRC #MedicalServices #DiagnosticCenter #HealthCheckUp

    हाइपोथायराइड की वजह से शरीर की रोग प्रतिरोधक क्षमता कम हो जाती है इसलिए इसकी वजह से शरीर में कई अन्य समस्याएं शुरू हो जाती हैं।
    इससे बचने के लिए निम्नलिखित उपाय अपनाये:
    -स्वस्थ वजन बनाए रखने के लिए फाइबर से समृद्ध और कम वसा वाले आहार लें.
    - कुछ न कुछ शारीरिक गतिविधि करते रहें.
    - तनाव से हाइपोथायराइड विकारों को बढ़ने का मौका मिलता है, इसलिए तनाव से बचने की कोशिश करें. #chaudharyhospital #HealthCare #quality #InternalMedicine #Hypertension #Diabetes #Infectiousdiseases #hypothyroid #ThyroidDisorders #Emergency #Care #Asthma #CriticalCare #UdaipurCity #CHMRC #MedicalServices #DiagnosticCenter #HealthCheckUp

    0 0 56 minutes ago

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    [Repost] 💥Introduction

The term '#SarcopenicObesity' has been proposed to identify #obesity with low #skeletal #muscle mass and function.

Consensus on its definition and diagnostic criteria doesn't exist just yet. Although mostly defined in the aging population, presence of sarcopenic obesity in various clinical conditions and patient subgroups, and its adverse effects on patient health remain unknown.

Needless to say, therefore, effective prevention and treatment strategies remain dramatically inadequate. 💥Presentation

A chronic condition, sarcopenic obesity is today a major worldwide #PublicHealth problem. Patients usually present to the hospital with obesity along with related comorbidities: type 2 #diabetes mellitus, non-alcoholic #fattyliver disease, #dyslipidemia (deranged #bloodlipids, #hypertension (raised #bloodpressure), and #cardiovascular (#heart) disease or for non-specific symptoms related to sarcopenia per se (e.g., fatigue, weakness, and frailty). 💥Diagnosis

Because of the non-specificity of the symptoms, and lack of clinical diagnostic suspicion, sarcopenic obesity remains largely unsuspected and undiagnosed. 💥Pathogeneis

The pathogenesis of sarcopenic obesity is multifactorial. There seems to be an interplay between: 🤒#Aging, 🤒#Sedentary #lifestyle,
🤒#Unhealthy dietary habits,
🤒#InsulinResistance,
🤒Systemic #inflammation, and
🤒Oxidative #stress ...resulting in a quantitative and qualitative decline in muscle mass and an increase in fat mass.

It is suspected that #metabolicdisorders, decreased physical capacity, and decreased quality of life may be attributed to #sarcopenic obesity. 😇Treatment

No pharmacological treatment for the condition is yet approved. The cornerstones of its management are: 💖#WeightLoss and 💖Adequate #protein intake combined with exercise ...the latter in order to reduce the loss of muscle mass observed during weight loss following diet unpaired with exercise.

Sources
1. Barazzoni et al. Obes Facts, 2018
2. Polyzos and Margioris. Hormones, 2018

    [Repost] 💥Introduction

    The term ' #SarcopenicObesity ' has been proposed to identify #obesity with low #skeletal #muscle mass and function.

    Consensus on its definition and diagnostic criteria doesn't exist just yet. Although mostly defined in the aging population, presence of sarcopenic obesity in various clinical conditions and patient subgroups, and its adverse effects on patient health remain unknown.

    Needless to say, therefore, effective prevention and treatment strategies remain dramatically inadequate. 💥Presentation

    A chronic condition, sarcopenic obesity is today a major worldwide #PublicHealth problem. Patients usually present to the hospital with obesity along with related comorbidities: type 2 #diabetes mellitus, non-alcoholic #fattyliver disease, #dyslipidemia (deranged #bloodlipids , #hypertension (raised #bloodpressure ), and #cardiovascular ( #heart ) disease or for non-specific symptoms related to sarcopenia per se (e.g., fatigue, weakness, and frailty). 💥Diagnosis

    Because of the non-specificity of the symptoms, and lack of clinical diagnostic suspicion, sarcopenic obesity remains largely unsuspected and undiagnosed. 💥Pathogeneis

    The pathogenesis of sarcopenic obesity is multifactorial. There seems to be an interplay between: 🤒 #Aging , 🤒 #Sedentary #lifestyle ,
    🤒 #Unhealthy dietary habits,
    🤒 #InsulinResistance ,
    🤒Systemic #inflammation , and
    🤒Oxidative #stress ...resulting in a quantitative and qualitative decline in muscle mass and an increase in fat mass.

    It is suspected that #metabolicdisorders , decreased physical capacity, and decreased quality of life may be attributed to #sarcopenic obesity. 😇Treatment

    No pharmacological treatment for the condition is yet approved. The cornerstones of its management are: 💖 #WeightLoss and 💖Adequate #protein intake combined with exercise ...the latter in order to reduce the loss of muscle mass observed during weight loss following diet unpaired with exercise.

    Sources
    1. Barazzoni et al. Obes Facts, 2018
    2. Polyzos and Margioris. Hormones, 2018

    9 0 2 hours ago
    #Hypertension is a condition in which the force of the #blood against the artery walls is too #high.
its a very common & dangerous disease which have more than 10 million cases per year (India).
Usually hypertension is defined as blood pressure above 140/90, and is considered severe if the pressure is above 180/120.
High blood pressure often has no symptoms. Over time, if untreated, it can cause health conditions, such as heart disease and stroke.
Eating a healthier #diet with less salt, exercising regularly and taking medication can help lower blood pressure.

#doctor #hospital #delhi #india #saket #awareness #people #lifestyle #food #body #routine #medical #help #family #friends

    #Hypertension is a condition in which the force of the #blood against the artery walls is too #high .
    its a very common & dangerous disease which have more than 10 million cases per year (India).
    Usually hypertension is defined as blood pressure above 140/90, and is considered severe if the pressure is above 180/120.
    High blood pressure often has no symptoms. Over time, if untreated, it can cause health conditions, such as heart disease and stroke.
    Eating a healthier #diet with less salt, exercising regularly and taking medication can help lower blood pressure.

    #doctor #hospital #delhi #india #saket #awareness #people #lifestyle #food #body #routine #medical #help #family #friends

    7 1 3 hours ago
    I just wanted to take a nice bath, ever feel that way?

But the tub was dirty:
• Baking soda and Lemon essential oil to the rescue ✅

Run the water, lukewarm 😡
• Crank to the highest setting and no better, arg I can’t waste this much water so this bath is happening.

Atleast I have some relaxing bath bombs from @youngliving (something I’ve actually been meaning to DIY for some time and just never got around to it) to help me make the most of it.

Are you a bath person? Have you tried the bath bombs?

I have these and the Stress Away version and love them both! They make my skin feel moisturized and soft, plus the benefits of Lavender oil or the Stress Away blend. What’s not to love?

#HFF #YoungLiving #YoungLivingEssentialOils

    I just wanted to take a nice bath, ever feel that way?

    But the tub was dirty:
    • Baking soda and Lemon essential oil to the rescue ✅

    Run the water, lukewarm 😡
    • Crank to the highest setting and no better, arg I can’t waste this much water so this bath is happening.

    Atleast I have some relaxing bath bombs from @youngliving (something I’ve actually been meaning to DIY for some time and just never got around to it) to help me make the most of it.

    Are you a bath person? Have you tried the bath bombs?

    I have these and the Stress Away version and love them both! They make my skin feel moisturized and soft, plus the benefits of Lavender oil or the Stress Away blend. What’s not to love?

    #HFF #YoungLiving #YoungLivingEssentialOils

    2 1 6 hours ago

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    Alexander Flint, MD, is a neurointensivist and stroke specialist with The Permanente Medical Group working at the Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center. Dr. Flint was the lead author of a recent study that found the systolic and diastolic numbers in blood pressure reading are both vital for determining risk for heart disease. The study has been reported by several media outlets, including NBC News. Learn more in the Newsmakers section of our site, https://permanente.org. Also link in profile. #PermanenteMedicine #TPMG #hypertension #bloodpressure #NEJM #research

    Alexander Flint, MD, is a neurointensivist and stroke specialist with The Permanente Medical Group working at the Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center. Dr. Flint was the lead author of a recent study that found the systolic and diastolic numbers in blood pressure reading are both vital for determining risk for heart disease. The study has been reported by several media outlets, including NBC News. Learn more in the Newsmakers section of our site, https://permanente.org. Also link in profile. #PermanenteMedicine #TPMG #hypertension #bloodpressure #NEJM #research

    14 0 8 hours ago
    Approximately 10 to 20 percent of all kidney stones require surgical removal, which is determined based upon the presence of symptoms and the size and location of the stones. Stone removal is also indicated for unremitting pain or complete or nonresolving partial obstruction or for an infected struvite stone. There are three surgical strategies •Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL) •Rigid and flexible ureteroscopy •Shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) ●PNL, which requires general anesthesia and hospitalization, is reserved for patients with the following clinical characteristics •Large (>2 cm in diameter) or complex calculi (filling the majority of the intrarenal collecting system, such as staghorn calculi) •Cystine stones (relatively resistant to SWL) •Anatomic abnormalities, including horseshoe kidneys or ureteropelvic junction obstruction •Stones within calyceal diverticula ●Ureteroscopy continues to be the treatment of choice for the majority of middle and distal ureteral stones but also can be used to manage proximal ureteral and intrarenal calculi. In addition, ureteroscopic access is frequently useful for the management of ureteral calculi that have failed SWL. ●SWL can be used to treat many renal calculi but is not the ideal modality for the management of complex calculi, large or hard calculi, stones located in a calyceal diverticulum, or in patients with complex renal anatomy. SWL employs high-energy shock waves produced by an electrical discharge or piezoelectric crystals, fragmenting the stone.
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#kidneyawareness #kidneydisease #blogger #kidneyproblems #kidneyeducation #doctor #medical #mcat #premed #medschool #vascular #hypertension #nephrology #nephrologist #dialysis #nyc #medical #hemodialysis #thekidney_doc #medicine  #blog #kidneytransplant #health #wellness #wellnessblogger #healthandwellness #cleanblood #electrolytes #information #wellness #helpingothers #nurse

    Approximately 10 to 20 percent of all kidney stones require surgical removal, which is determined based upon the presence of symptoms and the size and location of the stones. Stone removal is also indicated for unremitting pain or complete or nonresolving partial obstruction or for an infected struvite stone. There are three surgical strategies •Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL) •Rigid and flexible ureteroscopy •Shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) ●PNL, which requires general anesthesia and hospitalization, is reserved for patients with the following clinical characteristics •Large (>2 cm in diameter) or complex calculi (filling the majority of the intrarenal collecting system, such as staghorn calculi) •Cystine stones (relatively resistant to SWL) •Anatomic abnormalities, including horseshoe kidneys or ureteropelvic junction obstruction •Stones within calyceal diverticula ●Ureteroscopy continues to be the treatment of choice for the majority of middle and distal ureteral stones but also can be used to manage proximal ureteral and intrarenal calculi. In addition, ureteroscopic access is frequently useful for the management of ureteral calculi that have failed SWL. ●SWL can be used to treat many renal calculi but is not the ideal modality for the management of complex calculi, large or hard calculi, stones located in a calyceal diverticulum, or in patients with complex renal anatomy. SWL employs high-energy shock waves produced by an electrical discharge or piezoelectric crystals, fragmenting the stone.
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    #kidneyawareness #kidneydisease #blogger #kidneyproblems #kidneyeducation #doctor #medical #mcat #premed #medschool #vascular #hypertension #nephrology #nephrologist #dialysis #nyc #medical #hemodialysis #thekidney_doc #medicine #blog #kidneytransplant #health #wellness #wellnessblogger #healthandwellness #cleanblood #electrolytes #information #wellness #helpingothers #nurse

    38 4 13 hours ago
    For many people, high blood pressure is the first medical problem they encounter. In most cases, the primary cause of high blood pressure is insulin resistance and high levels of insulin, which blocks the kidneys from excreting sodium. How do we treat it?  By giving a medicine and reducing salt (sodium) intake. This allows the insulin resistance to continue and is why Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and multiple other chronic disease soon follow elevated BP. Instead, try restricting carbohydrates, which cures insulin resistance, which decreases insulin, which allows BP to return to normal. Food is medicine. #hypertension#foodismedicine

    For many people, high blood pressure is the first medical problem they encounter. In most cases, the primary cause of high blood pressure is insulin resistance and high levels of insulin, which blocks the kidneys from excreting sodium. How do we treat it? By giving a medicine and reducing salt (sodium) intake. This allows the insulin resistance to continue and is why Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and multiple other chronic disease soon follow elevated BP. Instead, try restricting carbohydrates, which cures insulin resistance, which decreases insulin, which allows BP to return to normal. Food is medicine. #hypertension #foodismedicine

    12 0 13 hours ago

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    "Is It Time to Replace Drugs With Nutrition and Nutraceuticals?"⠀
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We like it when functional medicine practitioners speak out in academic journals. In 2014, Dr. Mark Houston wrote in Journal of Clinical Hypertension about a diet- and supplement-based strategy and lifestyle change being a solution that can sometimes replace a pharmaceutical-based approach to treating hypertension.⠀
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Here are some of the points made in this interesting article written on his approach:⠀
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* He defines high blood pressure as “a correct and chronic dysregulated vascular response to infinite insults to the blood vessel.” ⠀
* Dr. Houston states that elevated blood pressure is one among multiple response to endothelial dysfunction and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction, both of which may precede a hypertension diagnosis by decades.⠀
* Eighty percent of vascular disease is environmental (An important point to share with clients who may be expecting to have a cardiovascular event later in life due to their family history or genetic test results.)⠀
* Vascular disease and hypertension have a bidirectional relationship, meaning that addressing both at once makes sense.⠀
*Standard blood pressure measurements may soon become obsolete, because the central and brachial pressures don’t always correlate. The new standard is 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, which has shown to be cost effective and to reduce by 25% the number of patients needing drug therapy.⠀
* Magnesium, vitamin B6, omega-3s, taurine and dried bonito fish are some of the supplements Dr. Houston uses to help his patients.⠀
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Check out the full article for a list of over 40 different natural compounds that have antihypertensive qualities: https://buff.ly/2JAIQGc⠀
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#hypertension #nutraceuticals #healthpractitioner #healthcoach #doctor #physician #nurse #nursepractitioner #SchoolOfAppliedFunctionalMedicine

    "Is It Time to Replace Drugs With Nutrition and Nutraceuticals?"⠀

    We like it when functional medicine practitioners speak out in academic journals. In 2014, Dr. Mark Houston wrote in Journal of Clinical Hypertension about a diet- and supplement-based strategy and lifestyle change being a solution that can sometimes replace a pharmaceutical-based approach to treating hypertension.⠀

    Here are some of the points made in this interesting article written on his approach:⠀

    * He defines high blood pressure as “a correct and chronic dysregulated vascular response to infinite insults to the blood vessel.” ⠀
    * Dr. Houston states that elevated blood pressure is one among multiple response to endothelial dysfunction and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction, both of which may precede a hypertension diagnosis by decades.⠀
    * Eighty percent of vascular disease is environmental (An important point to share with clients who may be expecting to have a cardiovascular event later in life due to their family history or genetic test results.)⠀
    * Vascular disease and hypertension have a bidirectional relationship, meaning that addressing both at once makes sense.⠀
    *Standard blood pressure measurements may soon become obsolete, because the central and brachial pressures don’t always correlate. The new standard is 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, which has shown to be cost effective and to reduce by 25% the number of patients needing drug therapy.⠀
    * Magnesium, vitamin B6, omega-3s, taurine and dried bonito fish are some of the supplements Dr. Houston uses to help his patients.⠀

    Check out the full article for a list of over 40 different natural compounds that have antihypertensive qualities: https://buff.ly/2JAIQGc⠀

    #hypertension #nutraceuticals #healthpractitioner #healthcoach #doctor #physician #nurse #nursepractitioner #SchoolOfAppliedFunctionalMedicine

    31 0 14 hours ago

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    Acidity and Alkalinity are measured on a pH Scale, pH being short for ‘Potential Of Hydrogen’. This measures the bodies fluids on a scale ranging from 0-14. Readings above 7 are more alkaline whilst readings below 7 are on the acidic side, a reading of 7 is neutral. For the human body to remain healthy and disease free, a pH slightly on the alkaline side should be maintained. The ideal pH for optimal health ranges between 7.35-7.45, this range ensures oxygen is circulating efficiently throughout the body. 
The most common way to test our body’s pH is by using pH strips. These can be bought from your local pharmacy or you can source high quality pH strips through our store at the link in our bio. PH strips are simple to use and measure acidity or alkalinity using urine or saliva. 
An ideal blood pH ranges between 7.35-7.45, however when performing urine and saliva test this range differs slightly. A urine pH test should be done first thing upon waking in the morning for the best indication. The ideal urine pH should range between 6.5-7.5. A morning urine pH that is neutral (7) or slightly acidic indicates that your internally environment is appropriately alkaline.

A morning saliva test is also recommended, however saliva tests can be performed throughout the day, either 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals. The ideal range for a morning saliva test is 6.8 - 7.2, test throughout the day may have a higher alkaline range, about 7.2-7.4 according to the foods you consume..
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    Acidity and Alkalinity are measured on a pH Scale, pH being short for ‘Potential Of Hydrogen’. This measures the bodies fluids on a scale ranging from 0-14. Readings above 7 are more alkaline whilst readings below 7 are on the acidic side, a reading of 7 is neutral. For the human body to remain healthy and disease free, a pH slightly on the alkaline side should be maintained. The ideal pH for optimal health ranges between 7.35-7.45, this range ensures oxygen is circulating efficiently throughout the body.
    The most common way to test our body’s pH is by using pH strips. These can be bought from your local pharmacy or you can source high quality pH strips through our store at the link in our bio. PH strips are simple to use and measure acidity or alkalinity using urine or saliva.
    An ideal blood pH ranges between 7.35-7.45, however when performing urine and saliva test this range differs slightly. A urine pH test should be done first thing upon waking in the morning for the best indication. The ideal urine pH should range between 6.5-7.5. A morning urine pH that is neutral (7) or slightly acidic indicates that your internally environment is appropriately alkaline.

    A morning saliva test is also recommended, however saliva tests can be performed throughout the day, either 1 hour before or 2 hours after meals. The ideal range for a morning saliva test is 6.8 - 7.2, test throughout the day may have a higher alkaline range, about 7.2-7.4 according to the foods you consume..
    ....
    Click The Link In Bio To Read Our Blog Post On Balancing The Body’s pH. Don’t Forget To Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe.
    Tap & Follow 👉🏼@theholisticguidebook ...
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    Click Link In 👉🏼 @theholisticguidebook holisticguidebook Bio To Get Two Free Audiobooks 🎧📚.
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    659 20 26 June, 2019

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    Is it true that white meat is better for you than red meat?  Nope, it’s not!  ALL meat contributes to raising cholesterol, demonstrated in this great new study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.  This study was so surprising for the researchers, as it finally dispelled one of the longest living "old wives tales" in nutrition.
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In the study, 113 adults were randomly assigned to one of three diets for one month: rich in lean cuts of beef, lean cuts of chicken, turkey, or plant proteins.  Generally healthy men and women, 21–65 years old, body mass index 20–35, were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 parallel arms (high or low saturated fat) and within each, allocated to red meat, white meat, and plant protein diets consumed for 4 wk each in random order.  After each month, the participants' diet was changed, so that each participant ended up trying all three diets. However, half of the participants' diets, regardless of protein source, were high in saturated fat; the other half ate a low-saturated fat diet.  So yes, they controlled for saturated fat across ALL THREE groups!
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The study found that consuming red meat or white poultry resulted in higher blood cholesterol levels than consuming an equal amount of plant protein, independent of saturated fat intake! LDL cholesterol and apoB were higher with red and white meat than with plant protein, primarily due to increases in large LDL particles.
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So moral of the story - even when the saturated fat content is the SAME --> plants are STILL healthier for you, and raise your cholesterol less than both white AND red meat.  Time to give up the chicken and turkey, it's just as bad for your heart as steak! #govegan #plantbased

    Is it true that white meat is better for you than red meat?  Nope, it’s not!  ALL meat contributes to raising cholesterol, demonstrated in this great new study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.  This study was so surprising for the researchers, as it finally dispelled one of the longest living "old wives tales" in nutrition.
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    In the study, 113 adults were randomly assigned to one of three diets for one month: rich in lean cuts of beef, lean cuts of chicken, turkey, or plant proteins.  Generally healthy men and women, 21–65 years old, body mass index 20–35, were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 parallel arms (high or low saturated fat) and within each, allocated to red meat, white meat, and plant protein diets consumed for 4 wk each in random order.  After each month, the participants' diet was changed, so that each participant ended up trying all three diets. However, half of the participants' diets, regardless of protein source, were high in saturated fat; the other half ate a low-saturated fat diet.  So yes, they controlled for saturated fat across ALL THREE groups!
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    The study found that consuming red meat or white poultry resulted in higher blood cholesterol levels than consuming an equal amount of plant protein, independent of saturated fat intake! LDL cholesterol and apoB were higher with red and white meat than with plant protein, primarily due to increases in large LDL particles.
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    So moral of the story - even when the saturated fat content is the SAME --> plants are STILL healthier for you, and raise your cholesterol less than both white AND red meat.  Time to give up the chicken and turkey, it's just as bad for your heart as steak! #govegan #plantbased

    3,316 157 5 June, 2019
    9 Foods To Lower Blood Pressure
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As someone that was diagnosed with hypertension and taking a bunch of pills to keep my blood pressure down (now on zero pills and blood pressure is PERFECT) this list is the BESTTTT .
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    As someone that was diagnosed with hypertension and taking a bunch of pills to keep my blood pressure down (now on zero pills and blood pressure is PERFECT) this list is the BESTTTT .
    Follow @ejmfittips for MOREEEE
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    #ejmfittips #vegan #bloodpressure #holistic #highbloodpressure #hypertension

    1,144 48 30 June, 2019
    🙌 Okay team, let’s talk blood pressure and cats. Did you know it’s Ceva Animal Health’s Feline Hypertension Month!? 🙌
Have you ever taken your cat for a blood pressure? Did you even know that’s something we do on a regular basis? 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️
Well it is, and it’s really important. Quite often hypertension (high blood pressure) sits in the background and goes unnoticed until it causes secondary damage to other organs. One of the most common ways we spot this is often when your cat goes suddenly blind, so it can be really serious! 🙀🙀🙀
If you have a cat over the age of 7 or with any other clinical issue then please ask your vet about blood pressure and why it’s important! It really is very easy - im wearing a large cuff here but we have tiny little cat ones that slip onto their paws and we take their blood pressure just like in humans!
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Let’s spread the word! 👊👊👊

    🙌 Okay team, let’s talk blood pressure and cats. Did you know it’s Ceva Animal Health’s Feline Hypertension Month!? 🙌
    Have you ever taken your cat for a blood pressure? Did you even know that’s something we do on a regular basis? 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️
    Well it is, and it’s really important. Quite often hypertension (high blood pressure) sits in the background and goes unnoticed until it causes secondary damage to other organs. One of the most common ways we spot this is often when your cat goes suddenly blind, so it can be really serious! 🙀🙀🙀
    If you have a cat over the age of 7 or with any other clinical issue then please ask your vet about blood pressure and why it’s important! It really is very easy - im wearing a large cuff here but we have tiny little cat ones that slip onto their paws and we take their blood pressure just like in humans!
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    Let’s spread the word! 👊👊👊

    1,079 40 24 May, 2019