Small Steps Will Have An Effect of Your Health…

Studying Alzheimer's disease at the APS

Studying Alzheimer’s disease at the APS (Photo credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

Small steps towards Healthy Living…





Here’s a few ideas of small things you can do that are likely to have big effects on your daily health.

* Need to cut excess sodium out of your diet?

English: Sodium chloride

Try Heinz NO SALT Added Tomatoe Ketchup.

Heinz Tomato Ketchup

Heinz recipe calls for potassium chloride instead of sodium chloride (salt). Potassium chloride tastes somewhat like salt and actually helps lower blood pressure.

– You may notice the ketchup tastes sweeter – this is due to the fact that without salt, ketchup registers more clearly on your tastebuds.

Alzheimers Disease

* Alzheimers Disease may have risk factors in the same sense that heart disease does.

Some of the tools used to measure risk factors include diet, exercise, weight, cholesterol, blood pressure etc.

– Researchers now believe that only a blurry line seperates Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia. With every study we get closer to finding new preventative measures and treatments, yet we still have so much to learn..

Heinz Tomato Ketchup

Heinz Tomato Ketchup (Photo credit: planetc1)

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