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Resistant Hypertension (HTN) is diagnosed when the patient's blood pressure (BP) remains at 140/90 or higher despite being on 3 or more anti-HTN drugs. Clinical trials have shown that between 20 and 30% of the people in America with HTN now have resistant HTN. While most patients initially diagnosed...
 
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In February 2004 a panel of experts from the Institute of Medicine?s Food and Nutrition Board released its report on the need for water, salt and potassium.1 The new guidelines make it clear that the average American is consuming too much salt. This report sets a toxic upper limit (UL) for sodium as 2,300 mg. ... IOM Recommends Less Salt
 
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According to a recent article published in the May 4, 2011 issue of Journal of the American Medical Association, and articles that appeared in the mass media in its wake, a higher sodium intake was associated with only a very modest increase in systolic blood pressure (BP) but a surprising...
 
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To test my son's hypothesis of satiety for his science fair project, each volunteer ate as much as they wanted until they felt full and the amount was recorded. To ensure that each volunteer was hungry and to avoid bias each volunteer was not allowed to eat 2 hours...
 

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Cooking, Food and Health

Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University completed a study that shows that hiding veggies in foods is an effective strategy to get people to eat more veggies and significantly fewer calories. We wanted to give this fun idea of hiding pureed vegetables in foods a try.