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Saccharine - Saccharin, Sweet 'n Low and Cancer
Saccharin (often mis-typed as saccharine with an E) is an artifical sweetener that has been around for over 100 years. It is best known in the pink packet form of Sweet ŽN Low. In 1977, the FDA required these carry a warning label about cancer.
Blood Pressure Information
Many people on low carb diets are overweight - they are using the low carb lifestyle to get down to a healthy weight level. High blood pressure often results from being overweight. Learn more about your blood pressure here!
Healthy Blood Pressure Chart
Is your blood pressure healthy? Just how does your blood pressure compare to people in your age group? Check these charts and find out!
High Blood Pressure Dangers
High blood pressure is defined by WHO as a blood pressure of 160/95 or higher. Learn more about high blood pressure and how to help remedy it.
Low Blood Pressure Dangers - Hypotension
Low blood pressure is known as hypotension. It is in essence the opposite of high blood pressure, and happens when the heart does not need to do much work at all to push blood.
Heart Rate and Pulse Chart
Your heart rate measures how many times your heart beats, or you have a pulse, within a minute. Knowing your heart rate can help you determine if you are healthy or not.
Lumiscope Finger Blood Pressure Monitor
Want to monitor your blood pressure and ensure you are becoming more healthy? The Lumiscope blood pressure monitor reports your systolic and diastolic pressure as well as your heart rate.
Low Carb Thanksgiving Recipes
A traditional Thanksgiving meal would NOT have included potatoes and pumpkin pie! Those were Victorian-era additions that the pilgrims never knew about. Here are healthy recipes youŽre sure to love.
Low Carb Chili Recipe
Looking for a chili dish to keep you warm and full? This is perfect for bringing to that pot luck dinner or just enjoying on your own.
Soy Consumption in China and Japan
Proponents of a soy diet often point out that Japanese and Chinese people are healthier than their American counterparts. However, research has found soy does not seem to be why.
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