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hypertension

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on April 6, 2009


By replacing theirs table salt by a mix of sodium/potassium and magnesium the Finnish were able to reduce by 60% the number of heart attack and stroke in their country between 1972 and 1992.
The secret ?
57% sodium chloride, 28 potassium chloride, 12% magnesium sulfate, and 2% Lysine

The principle behind the utilization f this salt was discover by two french MD in….. 1904.
and again in 1926 by American MD Donaldson and again…by Dr. Addison from Canada in 1928 and again in 1947 by Dr. Walter Kempner .
Read the factor K on the subject by Dr. Moore
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Dr Ambrosoni in 1986 was able to predict 5 years before who will suffer in the future of hypertension and who will not just by checking
the cellular content of sodium and potassium
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it is very easy to get back in an acceptable range in few months with nutrition. The safe range is below 115
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Rauwolfia Serpentina had been used successfully by ” quacks ” in India for the past 3 000 years to treat hypertension
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Beta-Blocker Drugs : a curious fact

“It is somewhat ironic that after 3 decades of using beta-blockers for hypertension, no study has shown that their monotherapeutic use has reduced morbidity or mortality in elderly hypertensive patients compared with placebo.”
Franz H. Messerli, MD Antihypertensive therapy: beta-blockers and diuretics—why do physicians not always follow guidelines? © 2000, Baylor University Medical Center.

“In fact, no trial has shown that lowering blood pressure with a beta-blocker reduces the risk of a heart attack or cardiovascular event in patients with essential hypertension compared with placebo.”
Franz H. Messerli, MD Antihypertensive therapy: beta-blockers and diuretics—why do physicians not always follow guidelines? © 2000, Baylor University Medical Center.

(In other words, if someone told you to take a beta-blocker pill for your heart, and gave you a skittle instead, it would pretty much be the same.)

plume”Perhaps the most interesting finding from the beta-blocker component of the meta-analysis is the fact that … beta-blockers do not appear to prevent coronary events in the primary prevention trials in patients with high blood pressure.”
Psaty BM, Smith NL, Koepsell TD, Furberg CD. In reply [letter]. JAMA. 1997;277:1759– 1760.

“For any given fall in arterial pressure, patients on diuretics fared better than those on beta-blockers. ”
Lever AF, Brennan PJ. MRC trial of treatment in elderly hypertensives. High Blood Press. 1992;1:132–137.

Beta-blocker based therapy is distinctly inferior to diuretic based therapy and is not different from placebo.
Medical Research Council trial of treatment of hypertension in older adults: principal results; MRC Working Party. BMJ. 1992;304:405– 412.

Diuretic Use For High Blood Pressure: What They Don’t Tell You

“Numerous prospective randomized trials have documented that diuretic-based therapy is effective in reducing morbidity and mortality in hypertensive patients.”
Messerli FH, Grossman E, Goldbourt U. Are beta-blockers efficacious as first-line therapy for hypertension in the elderly? A systematic review. JAMA. 1998;279:1903– 1907.

“Unfortunately, recent meta-analysis showed that the long-term use of diuretics increases the risk of kidney cancer.”
Grossman E, Messerli FH, Goldbourt U. Does diuretic therapy increase the risk of renal cell carcinoma? Am J Cardiol. 1999;83:1090– 1093

“In three big studies, in excess of 1 million patients who were taking diuretics had about a 2-fold higher risk of Kidney Cancer than patients who were not on diuretic therapy.”
Grossman E, Messerli FH, Goldbourt U. Does diuretic therapy increase the risk of renal cell carcinoma? Am J Cardiol. 1999;83:1090– 1093
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> To keep blood pressure low:
>
> (1) Drink lots of water;
> (2) Do not you table salt but use sea salt. Use only a very tiny pinch.  Salt raises bp;
> (3) Drink moringa tea, it really keeps my bp lower now.  You can buy fresh/frozen from Asian markets. Also known as Drumstick.  Scientific name is moringa oleifera.
> (4) And here is a good surprise:  If you are not diabetic, take “natural” pineapple juice. canned with no sweeterners added.  This dramatically lowers bp to normal when high.  Lemonade without sugar might do it too, though i never tried that yet.  Pineapple i’ve tried and it does work.  Take this only when bp is high because tropical fruits are very high in sugar which can make you diabetic if taken everyday.  Pineapple is also good in bringing up blood glucose when hypoglycemic.  Two tablespoons of it is enough to raise blood sugar to normal from a 70 reading.
>   Melly
>

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