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Red Alert Notice: Tips For Sound Health During This Festive Period



As we prepare for celebration, I will like to send out this warning and tips for sound health during this festive Period. My interest is on peoples health. We have always experience high rate of distress calls for stroke issues immediately after any major festivity.

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People with high blood pressure are at a higher risk of stroke, so also are people with high cholesterol level. My advice is know your cholesterol indices and check your BP level.

The reason is that you are more exposed to food items that increases your cholesterol level and BP during festivities, you will be exposed to more fried foods, hydrogenated oil, sweets, highly processed carbohydrate from refined white wheat flour use for making cakes, chinchin, doughnut etc.

Higher amount of fried meat, fish etc and all these can easily up your cholesterol level and the ability of your blood to form blood clot, these clotted particles in the blood can easily block a blood vessel in the brain or heart which are the organs with the smallest blood vessels hense leading to a stroke or heart attack.

Some of these attack can be irredeemable and fatal hense this warning signals.

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Steps to take to have Sound Health During This Festive Period

1. Know your risk level, check your cholesterol and BP.
2. If your are at high risk level be wise enough to choose your food wisely during the festivities.
3. Make sure you have Cayenne and moringa powder as an emergency remedies, you could save a stroke or heart attack. Drink the tea daily and make sure you encourage others to.
4. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
5. Seek permanent solutions to your BP and cholesterol level issue so that you can totally eliminate the risk.

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  1. dailyonefruit

    December 26, 2017 at 8:21 am

    very good post..

    • Peace Davis

      December 26, 2017 at 10:15 pm

      Thank @dailyonefruit, kindly come back for more.

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