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21 thoughts on “Stop Hypertension with the DASH diet

  1. except for the fish, this all raises my sugar numbers, and I have to take more insulin. This doesn't work for diabetics who can't have a bunch of sugar.

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  6. It’s interesting that the dietary recommendations come from the dairy and food council. Shouldn’t it just come from the food council…….

  7. Ok, so what is "natural" and "refined" sugar? The easy answer is THE SAME, because it's literally the same molecules, but please do avoid refined sugar anyway (and pure fruit juices, a glass of juice has as much sugar in it as a glass of coke). It's pretty obvious that sugar contains a heck of a lot of… well, sugar, and really nothing else. And we can do perfectly fine eating no sugar at all from natural or "unnatural" sources. Well, technically our brains need to have a couple grams of glucose, but that's what all carbs we eat ends up as, so there is really no need to rush it. Even if we eat no carbs at all, our bodies can make it from fats and proteins (that's pretty cool). It's like cholesterol in that way. Like sugar, it may cause health problems when eaten in excess (especially together with excessive sugar intakes actually). It's also required for our bodies, but our bodies can make it themselves even if we were to only eat carbs or protein. You can eat some sugar and cholesterol in a balanced diet and be healthy and you'll probably benefit from the other minerals, vitamins etc that goes with them, but you don't need to (or should) add in extra just for the heck of it. The same goes for oils, they can neither be "natural" nor "essential" (though some FATS are actually essential). Oils are all by their very definition refined (and double the calories of freakin sugar per gram)! I'm vegan btw. Fuuuck, now I said it… Why do I always have to do that :'(

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