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.
Several nutrients are shown to play a key role in blood pressure regulation, yet can often be overlooked by your doctor or dietitian. Research shows that having sufficient levels of the following 4 nutrients is important for maintaining a healthy blood pressure. Similarly, if we are deficient in these nutrients, managing blood pressure becomes all the more difficult. See it at http://www.dietvsdisease.org/4-nutrient-deficiencies-every-high-blood-pressure-patient-needs-to-know/
Drinking water at the correct time maximizes its effectiveness on the human body: 2 glasses in a.m. activates organs; 1 glass before shower helps prevent high blood pressure; 1 glass before bed helps prevent strokes and heart attacks. #EatInGoodHealth!
A Plan to Reduce Salt Here is a plan to help you reduce your salt intake and finally quit using it in your daily diet because a diet that’s high in sodium can lead to high blood pressure and cause heart problems. Firstly we must recognize the food that is high in slat and the …