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Easy Ways to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

…organic, all the better. Here are 10 easy ways to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your daily routine. * Drink a glass of Low-Sodium V8 Juice with breakfast. (At the Whitaker Wellness Institute, this is the only “juice” that you’ll find on the tables.) * Eat an apple or a pear for…

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Going Beyond Water To Stay Hydrated & Healthy

…black, white, and oolong teas were tested for their ability to hinder pre-cancerous mutations in cells, white tea came out on top. * Low sodium V8 juice. Unlike most fruit juices, tomato juice contains very little sugar, so it doesn’t wreak havoc on blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it is a great…

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6 Effective, Natural Home Remedies

…remedy for hypertension. However, few people get even the minimum recommendation of five servings per day. That’s why I “prescribe” Low-Sodium V8 Juice. An eight-ounce glass contains 840 mg of potassium, along with magnesium and other nutrients that help lower blood pressure. Drink 6–8 ounces with…

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Recommended Foods that Lower Blood Pressure

…Increase your potassium intake by eating copious amounts of vegetables and a serving or two of fruit per day, and drink 8–16 ounces of Low Sodium V8 Juice. To make “Whitaker Salt,” add three parts potassium chloride (Nu-Salt or Morton’s Salt Substitute, available in most grocery stores and health…

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Are Beverages Busting Your Diet?

…their calorie counts. * Water (8 oz.) — 0 calories * Tea, unsweetened (6 oz.) — 2 calories * Coffee, black (6 oz.) — 3 calories * Low-Sodium V8 Juice (8 oz.) — 50 calories * Gatorade (8 oz.) — 50 calories * Light Beer (12 oz.) — 95 calories * Wine (5 oz.) — 102 calories * Orange Juice (8…

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