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Heart Health

So 4 times the amount of people died of heart failure with systolic rates of under 120 (the first number of your blood pressure) than systolic rates of over 161!

The figures that I have researched come from sources like the Journal of the American Medical Association, and other scientific peer reviewed articles in prestigious journals.

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So, according to the National Heart Lungs, Blood Institute, Angiograms are only accurate 22% of the time. That means that they are inaccurate (WRONG) 78% of the time!

How can a test that is wrong 78% of the time be the gold standard? How can it be morally used at all?

Notice the energy drinks. They are bad for heart health yet a huge amount of people in Canada and the USA drink them.

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Table salt is where they have taken out all the wonderful over 80 different minerals from Himalayan or sea salt, bleached it, thrown in some iodine and some chemicals to stop it from clumping together and said "Here's your salt." This salt is bad for the heart. The only thing that is not bad in it is the iodine, which you can get from roasted seaweed, kelp, potassium iodine and iodine drops, etc.

Himalayan and some other sea salts still have the over 80 minerals in them, including potassium, which although a form of salt, offsets the sodium levels in salt and helps your body to use the salt properly. This salt is not bad for the heart.

As a matter of fact potassium is needed in your body. If a doctor prescribes diuretics in pharmaceutical pill form, most of them deplete the potassium levels in your body. Be careful with these. The best diuretic that I have found so far is Dandelion. It doesn't deplete your potassium levels.

The best blood thinner? Water!!!