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... Have you had any blood tests done? ... (1 replies)
... At my appraisal yesterday I found out I have low blood pressure, i then later found out it was very low. ... (1 replies)
Iron Supplements
Sep 16, 2009
... I checked a couple of vitamin books and there is a word of caution about taking iron if you have heart trouble. Although they didn't spicifically mention high blood pressure, high blood pressure is a symptom of cardiovascular disease. ... (3 replies)

Iron Supplements
Aug 14, 2009
... I have high blood pressure and for the last week I have been taking an iron supplement on direction of my doctor. ... (3 replies)
Iron Supplements
Sep 14, 2009
... No. The iron supplement has absolutely no effect on blood pressure. ... (3 replies)
... Blood work once a year was a good idea. Do you have like a list with things that you tend to get checked up? My thread was partly written because I am not sure what the government means when they recommend a "variert" (meaning varied) diet. A diet consisting of new things every day: cheesedoodles, Wheetos, burgers, pizza, taco, chips, popcorn, chocolate, soda, etc. etc.... (6 replies)
... especially if you work out. Red grapes contain Resveratrol which is important for heart health including the risk of heart attack and high blood pressure. ... (6 replies)
... ot be aborbed correctly. I will say that being female taking an extra calcium supplement is greatly appreciated by your bones. Also, calcium is good for lowering blood pressure and helping with fat metabolism. For females, especially over the age of 40, should really be taking some type of calcium supplement. ... (4 replies)
... I do have very low blood pressure, although I don't think I've ever gotten my cholesterol checked. I've been anemic and have a history of poor blood circulation. My thyroid is fine as far as the last time I checked about a year ago. Don't know what any of that has to do with it... ... (12 replies)
The vinegar diet?
Jun 24, 2004
... rich, it can help lower cholesterol levels, lessening the risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure. ... (1 replies)
... prepare fresh foods to take with me, so I am basically stuck with whatever takeout I can grab. Previously my work diet has been atrocious and has now led to high blood pressure so I am looking to somehow salvage a healthy diet out of my limited options. So I came up with this... ... (4 replies)
... bacon doesn't have to be all that. buying organic back bacon and trimming the fat off (bacon isn't just fat) provides you with quite a lean source of protein that is a good source of B-vitamins, zinc and iron. organic meat won't be full of the the growth hormones that conventially produced meat contains, and contains much lower levels of nitrates also. non-smoked meats are... (30 replies)
... Salt is not going to kill you if you don't have either a) hypertension (high blood pressure) or b) renal disease. It is good to keep your intake of sodium at a reasonable level, but I think eating pretzels with salt is a great choice. Lower in fat than chips anyway. Popcorn is also a good source of non-heme iron! (9 replies)
... I also made an attempt to be a vegetarian and also experienced the same symptoms when I quit eating meat. My blood pressure went down to 90 over 120 and I was constantly lethargic and weak!! Also, I took supplements and ate leafy green veggies, although probably not enough. ... (6 replies)
... hen that lining is full it finds other parts of hte body to adhere too. The acid in the lemon loosens the plaque that has been built up over years . It relieves pressure and irritation in the nerves, arteries, and blood vessels and builds a healthy blood stream. ... (10 replies)

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