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 X Olumix – On The Low (Guitar Cover). Here’s a new mix for ’s single “On The Low” by Olumix.

The lovely new cover is just as impressive as the original version and we love the vibe the strings give us.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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10 FOODS TO AVOID THAT CAUSE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

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High blood pressure is a frightening disease because it has few symptoms yet puts people at great risk of heart disease or stroke. Huge numbers of people have been diagnosed (up to 75 million in the United States alone) but many more have hypertension and don’t know it. High blood pressure is quite manageable with diet and lifestyle changes, so don’t despair if you have been given (or even just suspect) this diagnosis. Stick with us to learn what you need to do to continue living your best life for many years to come.

Avoid Sugar and Salt

Sorry, but these two tasty food enhancers are major factors in hypertension. You will need to limit your intake of sugar and salt, but that doesn’t mean you have to eat only bland food for the rest of your life. In general, a healthy person should not consume more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day. When it comes to sugar, the main concern is avoiding “added” sugar. Our bodies need sugar to function properly, but most of it should come from sources like whole fruit rather than candy or even juice. The American Heart Association recommends a daily intake of added sugar no higher than 37.5 grams (9 teaspoons) for men and 25 grams (6 teaspoons) for women.

1. Canned Beans

Canned vegetables, especially beans, are high in sodium because it is used to extend shelf life. Beans that you buy dry and then soak and cook are actually a very healthy meal choice due to their protein, fiber, and anti-inflammatory nutrients. Adding beans to your meal can help keep your blood sugar steady, too. If you must eat canned beans, you can remove up to 41% of the sodium content by rinsing them in a colander before preparing.

2. Premade Soups

You may be shocked to find out how much sodium is in many varieties of premade soup. It helps to bring out the flavor of noodles and vegetables that were cooked a long time ago, as well as aids in preservation. The sodium in soup also concentrates when it is cooked and some of the water boils off. Luckily, soup is pretty easy to make at home and it tastes better, too. If you’re really pressed for time, look for canned or bottled soups that are labeled as “low sodium” or “reduced salt.” Don’t forget to really read the label, though. The salt may be reduced from that product’s regular recipe, but maybe not enough for people with high blood pressure.

3. Cooked Tomato Products

Have you ever noticed how different home grown tomatoes taste than the ones you buy at the store? That’s because tomatoes grown on a huge scale are typically modified to be firmer so that they can remain unbruised throughout picking, shipping, and stacking on the shelf. This also makes them quite bland. That’s why canned and jarred tomato products need so much sodium to make your sauce, ketchup, and paste palatable. Making tomato-based foods and condiments at home with quality tomatoes is actually quite easy and you can enjoy the flavor you crave with a fraction of the salt.

4. Packaged and Processed Meats

Packaged meats including hot dogs, bacon, sausage, and lunch meat also rely on sodium to preserve the product for a long time. So not only are you getting food loaded with salt and preservatives, you are sacrificing the health benefits of eating fresh food. Red meat is considered more dangerous to health than white meat, but even packaged chicken and turkey have too much sodium. Instead, buy your meat straight from a butcher to get a fresh product that hasn’t been soaked in a giant vat of saltwater.

5. Frozen Meals

Did you know that the food in frozen meals may have been cooked up to a year before you actually eat it? A massive amount of salt is used to make sure the meal still tastes mostly like food by the time you eat it. Some brands do use high quality, low sodium recipes, but you will have to pay more. Another option is to prepare several servings of your favorite meals and freeze them yourself in single-serving containers.

High Sugar Foods to Avoid

1. Candy

You knew already that candy is nothing but sugar and empty calories, but it’s still a bummer for those of us with a sweet tooth. To get your hypertension under control, or simply to live a healthier life, train your taste buds to find satiety in the natural sugars contained in whole fruit. Bananas are an especially good choice because of their potassium content – potassium helps to regulate blood pressure. When you really need a splurge, opt for one small piece of dark chocolate to keep the added sugars down.

2. Soft Drinks

Just one soda per day can push you over your daily recommended limit of added sugars, yet because you drink rather than eat them, they don’t make you feel full or satisfied. And while caffeinated soda boosts your energy and vitality upon consumption, that feeling is very short lived and leaves you even worse off after the inevitable sugar crash. It is better to get your caffeine from lightly sweetened tea or coffee. If it’s simply refreshment you crave, try some sparkling water with a splash of fruit juice or a sprig of mint.

3. Pastries

Cookies, cakes, donuts, and other baked goodies can certainly be a hard habit to break, but they are simply loaded with sugar and fat. However, you may still be able to enjoy pastries in moderation. When eating out, share one dessert with the whole table. When you cook at home, you can make use of a sugar substitute such as applesauce, dates, or Stevia. Other healthier substitutes for sugar include pure maple syrup, raw honey, and coconut sugar. These are lower on the glycemic scale and also deliver important antioxidants, electrolytes, and nutrients.

4. Sauces

Unfortunately it’s not just tomato sauces that are high in sugar and sodium. Most bottled sauces, dressings, and condiments are loaded with sugar no matter their base. It is important to read labels on these products, and be aware that anything marked “low sugar” may have more sodium to compensate. We encourage you to get creative at home. Fresh herbs, garlic, and olive oil may just leave you more satisfied than any bottled topping.

5. Alcohol

Conclusion

There is very little health value in alcohol in general, but it can be especially bad for people with high blood pressure. First, alcohol may be high in sugar itself or mixed with sugary beverages. Second, drinking too much causes dehydration and is linked to weight gain, both of which are risk factors for hypertension. And finally, drinking more than three alcoholic beverages in a sitting will spike your blood pressure on the spot. You probably don’t need to avoid alcohol entirely, but try to choose lower sugar options and stick with just one a day.

The bad news is that reducing the amount of sugar and salt in your diet will require some extra effort. Preparing meals fresh at home is the best way to control your intake, but you can still use some packaged products as long as you get good at reading labels. It will take some time to retrain your taste buds, but after awhile, you will start to gain an appreciation of the nuanced flavors in foods that aren’t dominated by sugar and salt. That’s the good news – not only will your hypertension be kept in check, you will likely soon find that you don’t even miss foods with unhealthy levels of sugar and salt.

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ow to Get 1GB Data For #200 And Get 5GB For #1000 On 9mobile

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ow to Get 1GB Data For #200 And Get 5GB For #1000 On 9mobile

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Feb 19, 06:23 PM

As usual, 9mobile is here with there cheap and affordable data offer, tagged as February  Special Offer ! The good news about this now is that the offer is not limited to Muslim brothers and sisters alone, but it’s for all 9mobile customers! Both existing and new subscribers

This 9mobile February Special offer gives you 1GB for just N200 and it works for all devices ranging from Android, iOS, Laptops, Modems, Blackberry, BB10, Windows Phone, Symbian/Java phones and so on

But it SIM 💳 selective

9mobile is one of the networks many people like for browsing, but the price of their data bundle is slim high when compared to other networks in Nigeria, but this time around, 9mobile is trying their best to put smiles on the faces of their subscribers.

Recall that 9mobile is currently rewarding people with free 200MB when you registered via their official website. These are the ways the Arabian company is trying to reward their customers.

And also remember that during last year’s Ramadan, they introduced this particular plan And here they are now still doing thesame in this Ramadan season.

Simply follow the below procedure to subscribe to 9mobile Ramadan Special Offer.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO 9MOBILE 1GB FOR N200

√ Recharge your line with N200 and dial
*929*10# to activate the offer.
√ Subscription valid for 3 days .
√ Dial *228# to check your data balance.

Note: You may be receiving error messages when trying to activate the plan, just keep dialing the code and you will surely be activated for the plan.

If you have better things to do with data bundle during the Ramadan, like live streaming, heavy downloading, upgrading/updating the system and Smartphones. This subscription is highly recommended for you.

You can subscribe and re-subscribe any time you preferred, e.g. you can subscribe to the plan 5 times at once. This means with N1000 you can get 5GB.

How DO I Get 5GB FOR N1000 ON 9MOBILE

√ Simply load your 9mobile sim with N1000, then dialing *929*10# till they deduct the whole money and 5GB will be given to you.

√ Dial *228# to check your data balance.

The good news about this plan is that it doesn’t zap the data anyhow

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