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Lifestyle and Nutritional Supplements Can Help High Blood Pressure

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According to an article published in the Times Picayune, dietician Molly Kimball finds that lifestyle changes and nutritional supplements can go a long way in treating high blood pressure. Along with diet and exercise, Kimball says nutrients like potassium can help lower blood pressure. Foods high in potassium include red beans, mushrooms, bananas, and milk.

 

 

 

 

Calcium can also slightly lower blood pressure levels, when taken at doses between 1000 and 1500 mg a day. Foods rich in calcium include yogurt, milk, cheese, and leafy greens. Benefits of calcium are also found in dietary supplements.

 

 

 

 

40 grams of soy protein a day shows a significant decrease in blood pressure, and can be taken through protein powders, tofu, and soy milk. Co-Q10 also has significant benefits on blood pressure, and when up to 200 mg a day are taken, some patients have achieved reductions in prescription blood pressure medicines.

 

 

 

 

Probably one of the most enjoyable nutrient that has shown to be significantly beneficial to people with high blood pressure is chocolate. The problem with using chocolate to lower BP levels is the fact that you would have to consume 3.5 ounces of chocolate every day, which contains a large amount of calories. Your best bet would be to combine nutrient intake, focusing on the foods or supplements that are the most heart healthy.

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Yes life style and nutritious diet plan can help a lot to handle a high blood pressure.

If you are addictive to the regular exercise and eat nutritious diet in daily routine you can handle your weight effectively.

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According to an article published in the Times Picayune, dietician Molly Kimball finds that lifestyle changes and nutritional supplements can go a long way in treating high blood pressure. Along with diet and exercise, Kimball says nutrients like potassium can help lower blood pressure. Foods high in potassium include red beans, mushrooms, bananas, and milk.

 

 

 

 

Calcium can also slightly lower blood pressure levels, when taken at doses between 1000 and 1500 mg a day. Foods rich in calcium include yogurt, milk, cheese, and leafy greens. Benefits of calcium are also found in dietary supplements.

 

 

 

 

40 grams of soy protein a day shows a significant decrease in blood pressure, and can be taken through protein powders, tofu, and soy milk. Co-Q10 also has significant benefits on blood pressure, and when up to 200 mg a day are taken, some patients have achieved reductions in prescription blood pressure medicines.

 

 

 

 

Probably one of the most enjoyable nutrient that has shown to be significantly beneficial to people with high blood pressure is chocolate. The problem with using chocolate to lower BP levels is the fact that you would have to consume 3.5 ounces of chocolate every day, which contains a large amount of calories. Your best bet would be to combine nutrient intake, focusing on the foods or supplements that are the most heart healthy.

 

Hello kiaraT

i hope that you are fine

first of all i want to says thanks because my MOM has got high blood Pressure problem and i have no words to say thanks to you,

Keep Sharing informative posts

 

Thanks :)

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