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7 Natural Foods to Fight High Blood Pressure

Uncontrolled high blood pressure is a problem for many Americans, and can lead to serious health problems like coronary artery disease. While there are many things you can do to help lower your blood pressure such as exercising, losing weight and limiting alcohol consumption, one of the easiest changes may be adding a few healthy and delicious foods to your diet. Contact Leslie at Nuehealth for information on top cardiac surgeons abroad, 866-978-2573, x119.

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    Studies show that adding a banana or two to their day could drop their blood pressure 2 to 3 points, thanks to the presence of the mineral potassium, which encourages your kidneys to filter sodium out of your bloodstream. 

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    Grape Juice

    The polyphenols in grapes spark the production of nitric oxide, a chemical that dilates blood vessels and helps lower the pressure inside them. They also ease inflammation and hinder platelet production. http://patients.nuehealth.com/cardiology

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    Berries are filled with polyphenols, like flavonols and anthocyanins. Plus, they're bursting with vitamin C, folate, potassium, and fiber, and they taste great. What's not to love? Call Nuehealth toll free at 866-978-2573 for information on top international cardiologists.

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    Flaxseeds contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fat. Studies show that foods containing ALA lowered blood pressure– likely because the omega-3 fatty acid helps relax blood vessels, allowing blood to move more freely through arteries. http://patients.nuehealth.com/cardiology

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    Beet Juice

    In a recent study, those who drank a serving of beet juice had a drop in blood pressure after just 1 hour. A day later, systolic blood pressure was still several points lower.http://patients.nuehealth.com/cardiology

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    Hibiscus Tea

    The flavonoids and polyphenols in hibiscus tea appear to be the triggers that help lower systolic blood pressure by average of 7 points in those with elevated blood pressure in a recent USDA study.

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