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Diet and Exercise to lower blood pressure

How I lowered blood pressure without drugs

It’s been just over 5 months since I dispensed with high blood pressure medications (that weren’t working and had unpleasant side effects) and began exploring alternative cures.

Yesterday was a big milestone. For the first time ever my blood pressure was monitored below the much slated ideal of 120/80. After doing a slow breathing exercise for 15 minutes it came in as 116/79.

Of course I was suspicious at first as because my blood pressure is usually in the 125-135 / 85-95 range. Given that my parents both suffered from high blood pressure and my higher blood pressure is most likely ‘in the genes’. So I figured that’s about as good as it’ll get for me. So I took the reading again at it this time it came in at 111/ 76 – amazing!

Amazing when you consider I was consistently 190+/120+ only five months before, plagued by headaches, heart palpitations, and the end of my life seemed to be approaching rapidly. You could say I’ve come a long way.

So what’s the secret to my new found health and ‘normal’ blood pressure? Two things – Diet and Exercise.

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Diet and Exercise to Lower Blood Pressure

Exercise includes:

  1. A 30 minute walk up the hill behind my house that gets my lungs and hearts working two or three time a week
  2. Taking 15 minutes off for a slow breathing exercise (assisted by BreathEasy audio tracks)

Diet includes:

  1. Drinking water more often (I prefer it carbonated)
  2. Having a bowl of oatmeal every morning
  3. Supplementing my daily diet with 500mg Vitamin C, multi vitamin (including 100mg Magnesium), 600mg Calcium, Cod Liver Oil capsules (Omega 3), 60mg Ginkgo Biloba, 160mg Korean Ginseng, 30 drops of Hawthorn tincture
  4. Virtually eliminating processed foods now sticking with the basics.
  5. Apples, bananas, celery, onions, garlic, tomatoes, (among other things of course).
  6. Cayenne powder, apple cider vinegar, and only the best extra vigin olive oil.
  7. Reduction in the amount of salt I consume. I now use the Celtic Sea Salt (Sel de Gurerande) naturally harvested from the coast of Brittanny, France (as they have done it for centuries)
  8. Less red meat, more chicken and fish (but not the skin)
  9. Red wine and dark chocolate everyday … and more nuts.

In a nutshell that’s about it. I now live a much healthier, relaxed and trouble free life with optimal blood pressure as well. It’s more than I would have imagined 5 months ago but now there’s no turning back. My final curtains have receded well off into the distant future.

How did I know what to do and eat to lower my dangerously high blood pressure? I did a lot of research and reading, including Get Natural! by Kevin Riley, the best step-by-step guide to lowering blood pressure naturally.

Well that’s what has worked for me. Please leave a comment and tell us what’s worked for you.

UPDATE: Kevin Riley’s guide is no longer available, so my partner and I have researched and written our own guide – Lowering Your Blood Pressure Naturally – The Complete 9 Step Guide.

You can buy this online just now at our launch price of $27 (about £17). Click here for more info and to find your way to healthy blood pressure again.

 

P.S. Image above by medisave.co.uk

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