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TopicReducing Blood Pressure Naturally - The Grocery Store Solution

  • Tue 14th Jan 2020 - 7:04am

    You've probably heard that some foods are great for reducing blood pressure naturally but  Blood Pressure Support    did you know the reverse is true as well? Some foods can increase blood pressure naturally. So the trick is to know not only what to eat but what not to eat as well.You've probably heard that some foods are great for reducing blood pressure naturally but did you know the reverse is true as well? Some foods can increase blood pressure naturally. So the trick is to know not only what to eat but what not to eat as well.
    Diet plays a huge role in high blood pressure. In fact, if you have HBP now, your diet probably played a big role in developing it. If you have not changed your diet, and you're controlling the pressure with medication, all you're doing is marking time. At some point you are going to have to bump the dosage or add a drug simply because you are still involved in a behavior that brought it on in the first place. Keep that in mind as you read how these foods can help, or hurt, your blood pressure reading.
    First let's look at some foods to avoid.
    * Salt. This is probably the easiest thing to avoid of all the bad foods. Salt plays a strong role in both raising and lowering blood pressure. The recommended daily allowance for sodium in a 2000 calorie a day diet is 2400 mg. Try to cut that to 1500 mg. Taking the shaker off the table is a start but the real culprits are the processed foods you eat. Read the labels.* Red meat. This one is tough and if you're realistic you know you're not going to cut red meat out of your diet entirely. So don't think of it as cutting it out, simply think about it as being substituted 3 or 4 times a week by poultry, cold water fish or lean white meat. If you have to have beef, see if you can find organic grass fed beef. These cuts are significantly lower in fat and bad cholesterol.

     

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