My Blood Pressure is sometimes high but not all of the time,for this reason i dont want to take any medication. I heard garlic suppose to be good for blood pressure. Also i have high cholesterol for many years and it does seem to be going down. I dont eat a lot of fat and dont like dairy product (dont drink milk or like cheese). I do however like to drink half a bottle of sweet wine every day.Is this why my cholesterol is so high. Waiting for your reply. Thanks.
Garlic helps hypertension by protecting the lining of the arteries, relaxing blood
vessels, and thinning the blood (so it can flow more easily, with less risk of
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Garlic is also good for blood pressure in other ways, e.g., it can help lower ‘bad’ cholesterol levels (eat a bowl of oats every morning too – it’s clinically proven to reduce your cholesterol levels).
Studies show eating garlic or garlic supplements can lower blood pressure by 7- 8%. Garlic has also been used in various medicine systems through the ages as it has many other health benefits too. It’s antiseptic and strengthens the immune system and helps with preventing and recovering from colds, and even can protect against some cancers.
So – is garlic good for blood pressure? Yes.
Eat garlic, raw, everyday.
Aim to use at least a couple of cloves a day. Try chopping it up finely and putting into salad dressings (with apple cider vinegar, olive oil and herbs) – you get the most benefit from using it raw.
You can use lots of garlic in raw salsas too – mix it in with lots of chopped onions, tomatoes, chillies, lime juice (all also good for blood pressure), and a lot of fresh coriander/cilantro.
Plus, use it in as much of your cooking as you can too! It works in almost every type of food.
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In addition to garlic there is actually a large choice of affordable natural ingredients that lower blood pressure. Many of these herbs, berries, fruits, grains and vegetables are available in local stores.
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