23 Oct '11, 5pm

How Diet Affects Blood Pressure

How Diet Affects Blood Pressure

It’s important to understand that uncontrolled high blood pressure is a very serious health concern that can lead to heart disease and increases your risk of having a stroke . The good news though is that following a healthy nutrition plan , along with exercising and implementing effective stress reduction techniques will normalize blood pressure in most people. So please review the guidelines below, and look through the related article links at the end to learn more if you or someone you know is affected by high blood pressure. It’s actually an easily treated condition, but one that can cause serious damage to your health if it’s ignored. Your Diet Will Raise or Lower Your Blood Pressure Are you on a high grain, low fat regimen? If so, I have bad news for you, because this nutritional combination is a prescription for hypertension and can absolutely devastate your health....

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