Best Vegetables to Reduce High Blood Pressure – Vegetable Treatment for Hypertension

Best Vegetables to Reduce High Blood Pressure – Vegetable Treatment for Hypertension


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But back to our topic. There wasn’t any arguing with mom. On top
of being our mother she was a registered nurse. Even in retirement she can be counted on for
advice on what to eat. Believe me, we ate our vegetables. Now I know more about why. Leafy Greens. There are chemicals in leafy
green vegetables that can lower blood pressure. It works best when eaten along with a healthy
fat like olive oil, nuts or avocado. The chemical is a nitro fatty acid, according to a study
reported in the New York Daily News. Beans. Some beans and legumes not only help
with hypertension they are also good for diabetics, especially those with associated higher BP
numbers. This study was published in the Huffington Post. The study indicated that people needed
to consume one cup (190 grams) of these vegetables a day for this purpose. Garlic. According to the University of Maryland
School of Complementary Medicine, garlic is beneficial when it comes to lowering pressure
readings. There is a warning for those on an aspirin regimen or taking blood thinners.
Garlic can have the same effect. Talk to your doctor if using it in more than food amounts. Foods that Don’t Count: Some things, like
juice, only count for one serving no matter how much is consumed. Other foods simply aren’t
on the list. Potatoes, sweet potatoes and yams aren’t on the list, according to Blood
Pressure UK. How do I know for sure? The best way to find
out which vegetables to add and how much to be consumed is to talk to a nutritionist.
Most doctors are willing to refer and many insurance programs will pay entirely for wellness
visits. This way, customs, cultures and individual likes and dislikes can be taken into account. That’s it! Thank you.
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