RED MEAT & BLOOD PRESSURE

Red Meat & Blood Pressure

Did you know that red meat can raise your blood pressure? The Seattle weight loss book, Becoming Slender For Life provides you the hypnosis weight loss tools to lose weight and keep it off. With weight loss hypnosis you can end your desires for fats and sugars and increase your desires for healthy life giving food.

Regular consumption of red meat raises a number of health risks, ranging from cancers of the lung, prostate, pancreas and colon to  endometriosis and asthma. Now, new research suggests even moderate meat consumption could significantly increase your chances of developing high blood pressure as well.

A 10-year study of nearly 29,000 women found that those with the highest red meat consumption had a 35% increased risk of hypertension and eating red meat just a couple of times a week conferred a 24% increased risk.

High saturated fat content is among the factors which could raise blood pressure, but fast food and processed meats are also loaded with salt. Experts say a mere 15% reduction in salt could translate into nearly 9 million fewer deaths caused by the complications brought on by hypertension.

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