1/ THE UGLY TRUTH…
Did you know that 1 in 3 adults in the US have High Blood Pressure?
Did you know having high BP could have deadly consequences?
High Blood Pressure – also commonly referred as the Silent killer – is the biggest cause of death in the USA (more than cancer, aids, car accidents…) today. Millions of people have HBP and they don’t even know about it. You as a matter of fact, could have HBP. Normally, there’re no symptoms. So, if you have never monitored your blood pressure, perhaps right now is the time to get it checked.
WHAT’S NORMAL BP?
What’s normal BP?
Average blood pressure ranges vary from one person to another. The American Heart Association(r) states that healthy Blood pressure is less than 120 (systolic) and less than 80 (diastolic).
Blood pressure can change from minute to minute with changes in activity levels, stress and sleep, etc…so keep that in mind when you are getting your blood pressure checked.
This is the best FOOD you can eat to lower your HBP
Here’s a list of 7 foods that WILL help you lower your blood pressure in less than two weeks. Just like everything else, you will see results if and when you change your eating habits. It won’t be enough if you decide to eat one or two tomatoes every other Monday.
1.- Banana. Rich in potassium and fiber. Eat two a day for one week, studies show you can lower your blood pressure by 10%.
2.- Beet: Drinking 500 ml (17 fl oz) each day can have tremendous benefits for your health. Especially your heart.
3.- Garlic: It’s a miracle food. Make garlic your new friend -I know your breath probably won’t appreciate it- but garlic is the best of the best. Acts against respiratory infections, also helps Arthritic disease and protects you against many cancers. It’s the most powerful food to battle High Blood pressure.
4. Artichokes: Artichokes can reduce cholesterol levels.
5. Cocoa: Study conducted by researchers in Germany revealed that Cocoa can significantly lower your blood pressure.
6 . Broccoli: Rich in potassium, also contains Chromium, which helps regulate blood, glucose and insulin Do not cook them, eat them raw.
7.- Tomatoes. Rich on calcium and potassium. Also contains vitamin A, C and E. Also contains a powerful antioxidant which prevents cardiovascular disease.
There you go. Ideally you should eat at least 2 or 3 every day. I normally eat 2 bananas, garlic and tomatoes every single day. Every other day I normally have beet juice and artichokes. Pick the ones you like the most and add them to your daily diet.
Hope this helps.
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