We’ve long been told that eating red meat is bad for blood pressure, but is it really? Recent research shows it’s not quite so simple…
Nutritionists and dieticians can argue till they’re blue in the face about what proportions and types of proteins, fats and carbohydrates you should be getting. But if you just eat less processed food – and drink less processed drinks – that will go a long way to giving you a healthier diet which lowers your blood pressure.
It’s becoming widely known that getting too much sugar is bad for your health in general and bad for your blood pressure in particular. It’s also now understood that if you lower your sugar intake this helps lower your blood pressure. So you can reduce sugar and high blood pressure together. Obviously, the key thing to do is to adjust
It would be nice if we could just eat a banana and feel better. However, whether eating certain foods can make a difference to your serotonin levels is a contentious issue.
There are several superfoods to reduce high blood pressure. The ones which get a lot of media attention tend to be expensive, exotic foods. However, thankfully there are plenty of very ordinary foods which are similarly beneficial. Phew!
Are there really foods which lower high blood pressure? you might be asking yourself. Or you might be thinking, sure there are foods which lower high blood pressure but they’re all fancy expensive things like acai berries or goji berries or weird things you can only get in a health food shop – aren’t they? Thankfully, no. There are many everyday, ordinary, tasty foods which lower high blood pressure and which aren’t expensive or difficult to get hold of. Phew!
The outcome of this morning diet is another enjoyable day with improved blood pressure and general well-being – better prepared to deal with all the muck that life sometimes throws at you.
Garlic lovers rejoice! It can help keep your blood pressure at healthy levels. Other great stuff include Coenzyme (CoQ10), fish oil, hawthorn, calcium, potassium, magnesium and exercise.
For decades, government health authorities have been telling us to eat less cholesterol. The reason for this is that higher levels of certain kinds of cholesterol in the body are associated with higher risk of heart disease and cardiovascular problems, like atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). These kinds of conditions are also linked with high blood pressure, hence the frequent
Beetroot juice for high blood pressure? Beetroot juice. Not the first thing you think of when pondering how to quench your thirst. Probably also not the first thing you think of when wondering how to lower your blood pressure. Yet medical studies are showing that drinking beet juice for lower blood pressure could be a very good idea. Beet