High Blood Pressure
Consider making certain lifestyle changes like reducing sodium intake, consuming heart-healthy foods, regular exercise, limiting alcohol or smoking, and maintaining a normal BMI
Although there are many plants like basil, cinammon, cardamom, flaxseed, garlic and ginger which have proven anti-hypertensive properties, they do not produce short-term effects. They must be accompanied with a healthy lifestyle in order to produce visible effects.
Cutting out excess salt, fat, alcohol and caffeine while introducing foods like oatmeal, potassium-rich fruits and vegetables are some necessary diet changes to be made when trying reduce blood pressure.
Some common factors that lead to high blood pressure are a poor sodium-rich diet, sedentary lifestyle, smoking, and a family history of chronic illnesses like diabetes and high cholesterol.
If you have high BP, avoid salt, deli meats, canned foods, pickled foods, sugar, tomato products, packaged foods, frozen foods and alcohol.
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