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Foods that lower blood pressure

15 best foods for high blood pressure

High blood pressure can be reduced dramatically by altering one's diet. Certain meals have been demonstrated to lower blood pressure in the short and long term, according to research.

High blood pressure, often known as hypertension, affects one in every three people in The United States.

Medications, dietary changes and other lifestyle adjustments can all help to lower blood pressure while also lowering the risk of complications. A person's risk of heart disease, stroke, and renal disease increases when their blood pressure is high.

We will explore foods that can help lower blood pressure and present scientific evidence in this article.

Several studies have discovered that certain foods can help to decrease high blood pressure. We'll look at which foods are effective and how to include them in a healthy diet.

1. Berries

Anthocyanins, which are found in blueberries and strawberries, can help lower blood pressure.

Anthocyanins, a kind of flavonoid is antioxidant chemicals found in blueberries and strawberries.

More than 34,000 persons with hypertension participated in a comprehensive study done by researchers.

They discovered that those who consumed the most anthocyanins — primarily from blueberries and strawberries — had an 8% lower risk of high blood pressure than those who consumed the least.

After a meal, consume berries as a snack or a sweet treat or add them to smoothies and oatmeal.

2. Bananas

Bananas are high in potassium, a mineral that aids in the treatment of hypertension. A medium-sized banana has around 422 milligrams of potassium. Potassium from a reliable source.

Potassium, according to the American Heart Association, lowers the effects of salt and relieves tension in blood vessel walls.

Adults should strive for a daily potassium intake of 4,700 milligrams (mg). Potassium-rich foods also include:

Melon cantaloupe with honeydew
Potatoes with a sweet taste
Potassium should be discussed with a doctor if you have kidney illness, as too much can be dangerous.

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