February 10th, 2011 — 4:43pm

Vitamins and supplements (daily)
Raw garlic or garlic capsules – several times a day
Rutin, or mixed bioflavonoids – 100 mg. to 300 mg.
С – 1,000 to 3,000 mg.
Choline (lecithin is a good source of choline)
Potassium -vegetable broth is rich in potassium
Magnesium – 500 mg.
B-complex, natural, high potency
E – start with 100 IU and increase gradually to 400-600 IU. A doctor should observe the blood pressure closely as sometimes vitamin E tends to temporarily elevate blood pressure.
Natural multi-vitamin-mineral formula

Vegetable juices: carrots, spinach, beet, comfrey, parsley, and small amounts of onion and garlic added to other juices.
Fruit juices: all citrus juices, black currants, grapes, cranberries.

Hawthorn berries, mistletoe, valerian root, wild cherry bark.

Juice fast, raw garlic, vegetarian diet, systematic undereating, rutin, choline, potassium, magnesium, vitamin С

1.     High blood pressure can be of emotional origin. Several emotional stresses, worries, fears, pressures of competitive life, prolonged nervous tensions can raise blood pressure. These underlying causes of emotional origin must be removed before any nutritional or biological treatments can be successful.
2.     Low blood pressure patients can also fast, but only under doctor’s supervision. The best juices for low blood pressure are pineapple, celery, black radish, parsley, carrot, red beet, grapes and onion and garlic. The diet after the fast should be the Airola Diet, with emphasis on whole grain cereals, raw nuts and seeds, with milk and milk products, such as butter and cheese, preferably homemade cottage cheese. As supplements: B-complex, lots of brewer’s yeast, Bi (100 mg.) and vitamins E and K, in addition to general supplementation.




February 10th, 2011 — 4:33pm

1.     In my experience, juice fasting is the most effective treatment for high blood pressure, bringing about in almost every case a sharp reduction in the systolic pressure in a short period of time. Vegetable and fruit juices and vegetable broth will supply blood and tissues with the important mineral, potassium, which helps to eliminate accumulated sodium (salt) from the tissues. A juice fast also normalizes and corrects most other disturbances and malfunctions in the body which might be contributing causes to the elevated pressure.

Recommended length of fast: 3 to 4 weeks, or several repeated one-week fasts if longer fast is inconvenient. The therapy can be repeated several times with an interval of 6 months between each long fast.

2.     For those who for some reason cannot fast, a watermelon diet for a week (eat nothing but watermelon for one week) can be tried.
3.     Rice-fruit diet is also shown to be effective: eat nothing but whole cooked rice and cooked and raw fruits for one or two weeks.
4.     Dry brush massage morning and evening. Lots of exercise, walking and deep-breathing exercises. Although strenuous exercises such as weight lifting or competitive sports are not advised, high blood pressure patients should exercise as much as possible, starting with mild exercises and walking, gradually increasing their length each day.




February 10th, 2011 — 4:30pm

Smoke The risk of heart attack is increased by 70 per cent for smokers. Smoking thickens the blood, increasing the risk of clots, and also raises blood pressure.

Eating saturated fats and trans fatty acids Saturated fats are found in animal foods including red meat, cheese and milk. The trans fatty acids result from the hydrogenation of unsaturated fats into a solid form to make oils into margarine.  Trans fatty acids have been linked to an increased rate of heart attacks. Before you buy that ‘ low fat’ or ‘polyunsaturated’ spread read the labels carefully. The manufacturing process not only destroys nutrients, it produces a food that cannot be properly metabolized by the body. In the US, where the emphasis on marketing and buying ‘low fat’ products has reached neurotic proportions, it is believed that the switch to these hydrogenated oils, encouraged by health scares, may have done more harm than if people had just continued using old-fashioned butter.

Take the following:
Linseed oil capsules – l000mg twice per day
Vitamin С – l000mg twice per day
Vitamin E – 300ius per day
Magnesium – 150mg per day

Most specialists would agree that heart disease is overwhelmingly a lifestyle disease caused by a combination of factors depending on each individual. There are plenty of ways that we can help ourselves reduce the risks. Eating sensibly, taking exercise, controlling stress, stopping smoking – these are common-sense approaches to decreasing the risk of heart disease.




February 10th, 2011 — 4:21pm

High blood pressure is not a disease, but a body’s defensive and corrective measure, initiated to cope with pathological conditions in various functions of the body, such as general toxemia, impaired kidney function, glandular disturbances, defective calcium metabolism, degenerative changes in arteries (arteriosclerosis), overweight, emotionally caused dysfunction in vaso-motor mechanism, etc. Thus, the objective of the biologically oriented doctor is not to lower the pressure with drugs or even with specific vitamins or foods, but to eliminate the reasons for blood elevation, i.e. to remove the causes of the condition. When these are removed, the blood pressure will go down to normal by itself. Nutritional or other programs suggested below are aimed at removing the causes of high blood pressure.

The Airola Diet with emphasis on low sodium, high potassium foods: vegetables, fruits, seeds. Millet, buckwheat, oats and rice are best cereals. Raw goat’s milk in small amounts.

Avoid all animal proteins (except goat’s milk). Avoid coffee, alcohol, salt, and all strong spices, especially mustard, black and white pepper, ginger, nutmeg, etc. Such spices can be contributory causes of high blood pressure and heart disease.
Eat plenty of raw green leafy vegetables and raw fruits. Watermelons are beneficial. Garlic is specific for high blood pressure, eat a lot of it. Russian research showed that two foods are specific in reducing high blood pressure: garlic and buckwheat (rich in rutin).
Eat small meals – do not overeat. Remember, obesity is one of the main causes of high blood pressure.



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