|Elevated calcium = arteriosclerosis|
Rising blood pressures is a concern. However; medicating the problem and excessively restricting salt is not the solution and may actually cause a further reduction in health due to the many subtle side effects of medications. Low salt may lead to confusion, fatigue, water retention and even osteoporosis.
Yes, there is far too much refined salt in the modern diet and this must be reduced. The best way to reduce this is to avoid processed foods and fast foods as much as possible and replace these with good home cooking.
Replace refined salt with pink Himalayan salt
Compare the label of ingredients of pink salt with the list of elements on the hair tissue chart to the upper right and you will see a remarkable similarity: They are almost the same! Remarkable! The salt of the Primordial Ocean (Himalayan) is very close to the mienral salts found in a healthy human cell - more or less. I have discovered that pink salt appears to "normalise" blood pressure when used to replace refined salt.
Arteriosclerosis may be the most important driver of increasing blood pressure
This is the process of our gradually turning to stone: starting with the deposition of calcium in the arterial walls. As the arteries calcify, they become increasingly inflexible, raising both systolic and diastolic blood pressures.
Have a look at the hair analysis chart above and you will note elevated calcium levels. Low calcium, relative to magnesium is the pattern we look for that is indicative of the process of arteriosclerosis. This pattern is present in about 80% of all hair tissue mineral analyses that I do, including children (early starters in the development of cardiovascular disease).
Incidentally, high calcium relative to potassium is the pattern that indicates a tendency for extreme fatigue and even depression.
Simply put: The problem of high blood pressure boils down to these:
- Too much refined salt that has replaced the pink salt that has been used for thousands of years.
- Too much calcium in the diet.
- Not enough magnesium, other trace nutrients and nutritional cofactors.
Of course there are several other factors not to be ignored, such as being overweight, stress, smoking and lack of exercise; but the ones above are almost completely ignored. Silly, really, because they do improve health!
http://blog.garymoller.com/2011/08/more-about-reversing-arteriosclerosis.html (follow the links please).
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