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intake of calcium, potassium, and magnesium is necessary for
blood pressure control. Potassium-rich foods include avocados,
bananas, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, grapefruit, nectarines,
oranges, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, green peas,
potatoes, and squash. Foods rich in magnesium include nuts,
rice, bananas, potatoes, wheat germ, kidney and lima beans,
soy, and molasses.
is known to lower blood pressure by 5 to 10%.A typical dose
of garlic is 900 mg of garlic powder per day. This provides
about 12,000 mcg of alliin per day. This dosage is also recommended
for lowering high cholesterol. It is usually recommended that
people taking garlic should stop in the weeks before and after
any type of surgery.
| Aerobic exercise
(such as 30 minutes of brisk walking a day) reduces blood pressure
in people who already have high blood pressure as well as in
people who don't.
a substance it contains (called forskolin) causes relaxation
in the arteries, and a resultant lowering of blood pressure.
This interesting herb, which appears to relax smooth muscle
generally, has also had some success in use for asthma attacks.
Cayenne Pepper has a very beneficial effect on blood fats, bringing
about a significant reduction in blood triglycerides and LDLs,
the "bad" cholesterol.
is no doubt that including generous amounts of onion in your
diet has many beneficial results. Not limited to lowing high
intake should be limited to 2,400 mg per day. Less sodium will reduce
blood pressure even more in many people. To reduce the amount of salt
you consume we suggests these tips:
|Buy fresh vegetables.
Use fresh poultry, fish, and lean meat.
Use herbs, spices, and salt-free seasonings
Cook rice, pasta, and hot cereals without salt.
Choose "convenience" foods that are lower in sodium.
Limit frozen dinners, pizza, packaged mixes, canned soups or
broths, and salad dressings.
Rinse canned foods, such as tuna, to remove some of the sodium.
When available, buy low- or reduced-sodium, or no-salt-added
versions of foods.
Choose ready-to-eat breakfast cereals that are lower in sodium.
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