Your diet plays an important role in blood pressure regulation. While most of us know we should limit our sodium intake, we should also eat foods rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Eating a wide-ranging diet filled with fruits and vegetables can also help lower blood pressure by providing fiber, nitrates, and unique plant nutrients.
I’m not usually one for calorie counting or avoiding fat but I have seen a lot of recipes for oil-free fries around and was curious to try it out for myself. I decided to try making my favourite crispy new potatoes recipe but without the fat and with a low sodium option for dieters. I...Read More »
If you’re trying to ditch salt from your diet, you’ll find you’re not alone. It’s very common advice given by doctors for the 30% of Americans and the 40% of the global community suffering from high blood pressure. Even though it’s a common diagnosis, high blood pressure is a huge risk factor for heart issues …
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11 Foods Scientifically Proven to Lower Your Blood Pressure
"Researchers found that beetroot juice intake reduces blood pressure by 4-10 mm Hg in just a few hours. A reduction of at least 5 mm Hg in blood pressure reduces your risk of a life-ending stroke by 14% and cardiovascular diseases by 9%."