Don’t make this blood pressure mistake


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Don’t make this blood pressure mistake

I recently met with a client who was asking my advice on how to naturally help lower his blood pressure. He was on medication but it was still poorly controlled. 

I told him what he should do and he asked, “For how long?”

I replied, “For as long as you want to be free of hypertension.”

He left, and I could tell he was going to completely ignore everything I said and hope that his medication will start working better.

If I’ve even remotely described you, please listen up. 

If you have high blood pressure concerns, you must acknowledge the fact that hypertension is largely a reflection of your diet and lifestyle!

And all the medication in the world won’t change that.

If you’re really interested in lowering your blood pressure, you MUST accept responsibility for your part in making it rise in the first place.

Then DO SOMETHING about it!

Like this:

6 Ways to help lower your blood pressure

Avoid packaged foods, fast food, and refined carbs

Avoiding packaged foods, fast food and refined carbs (like bread, pasta, and sweets) helps you naturally eliminate two of the biggest culprits behind elevated blood pressure—salt and sugar.

Although you’re probably not surprised about salt raising your blood pressure, you may wonder about sugar.  There are three ways that sugar raises your blood pressure:

1- Sugar and refined carbohydrates lead to obesity, which is a high blood pressure risk factor. 

2- Sugar can promote sodium retention, which can increase blood volume and cause hypertension. 

3- Sugar is a very inflammatory substance, and having excess glucose in your bloodstream can cause arterial inflammation and elevated insulin, which can ultimately drive up your blood pressure.

Concentrate on real foods, especially lots of fresh vegetables, meats, fish, and poultry.  This will also help ensure that you get more potassium—which is just as important as reducing salt for blood pressure.   

Note that “refined carbs” to avoid also includes soda, sweetened drinks, and fancy coffees too. 

Get enough Omega-3 essential fatty acids

Omega-3 essential fatty acids have been medically PROVEN to help lower blood pressure, and increasing numbers of doctors are advising their patients to up their Omega-3 intake.

One of the best ways to engage this natural anti-inflammatory and help lower blood pressure is to take a very high-quality fish oil supplement like VitalMega-3.

Move on a regular basis

Regular exercise has been shown in numerous studies to help lower blood pressure.

Now, don’t let the word “exercise” make you cringe!  Take baby steps and make it enjoyable (after getting your doctor’s OK). 

For example, you can start by walking for 30 minutes 4 times a week.  Eventually, you’ll see the difference in how you feel and can strive to build up to 45 minutes.  After that, who knows?  Eventually, you might find yourself jogging or running (and watch your blood pressure and weight come down too!). 

Support your gut flora

Your gut flora helps lower your blood pressure too!

It supports proper digestion and regular BMs, which helps ensure that wastes and toxins are properly eliminated instead of getting reabsorbed into circulation and stirring up inflammation in your arteries.

Plus it encourages healthy cholesterol levels by “eating up” excess cholesterol and moving old, worn-out cholesterol out with your BMs.

Having a diet rich in fresh vegetables and taking a full-spectrum probiotic like Super Shield can help keep your gut flora strong and in a healthful balance.

Reduce stress

Stress and hypertension go hand in hand, so do whatever you need to do to reduce stress in your life.

Regular exercise is a natural stress reducer as well as a great way to lower blood pressure, so that’s another good reason to put those sneakers on.

Get enough B vitamins[[end]

The B vitamins (especially B6, B12 and folic acid) help control your blood level of homocysteine. 

Homocysteine is a by-product of your digestion of proteins, and if it builds up in your blood, it can raise your blood pressure. 

To make sure you have healthful levels of all three of these crucial nutrients (plus MANY more), Super Core multi-vitamin and mineral formula is just what you need.

In addition to an array of essential nutrients, Super Core also contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, which also help counteract high blood pressure!

Accept responsibility for your part in causing high blood pressure and do what you need to do to help it come down now.

You couldn’t do anything nicer for yourself.

To your health,

Sherry Brescia

The information in our articles are NOT intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and are not intended as medical advice.

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  • I may have a different question. My husband has very low blood pressure and were trying to keep it elevated. Is more water and possibly salt the only answers to help this situation??

    Jamie Teese on

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