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Article Quote: “According to medical physiology textbooks, 95 percent of the causes of hypertension is idiopathic, meaning the underlying cause is unknown. This is simply not true. Hypertension is typically a symptom of insulin and leptin resistance. And the vast majority of those who have hypertension can normalize their blood pressure without resorting to drugs.”
Article Quote: “Hypertension is also categorized as either primary or secondary hypertension. The former applies to about 90-95 percent of those with high blood pressure, and while the conventional medical establishment claim the cause is idiopathic or unknown, primary hypertension (aka essential hypertension) is more than likely linked to insulin/leptin resistance. Secondary hypertension applies to the remaining five to 10 percent whose high blood pressure is caused by chronic liver disease. The revised blood pressure guidelines issued late last year emphasize when and how doctors should treat high blood pressure. Pre-hypertensive patients should not be treated with blood pressure lowering drugs; rather, they should be encouraged to gain the knowledge and make changes to address their condition.”
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