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Foods that helps reduce blood pressure

The high sodium (salt) content in foods should be reduced because it leads to high blood pressure. The eating of fatty and processed foods from childhood leads to cholesterol deposits, obesity and deleterious health of which high blood pressure is one result. High blood pressure may also be genetic; it seems to be more prevalent in some families than others. The evidence of the importance of diet is clear from studies made in other countries such as Japan and China which until recently had diets rich in fish, vegetables and unprocessed foods made from grain.
Healthy Heart

Obesity and heart problems have increased in the United States. The population has acquired enough money to develop undesirable eating habits which include large amount of meat and foods with high salt and sugar contents. The widespread appeal of white bread is a good example in which grains were over-refined and the result is almost carbohydrates. This is also true with white rice which most Filipinos love to eat.

We are what we eat. If we incorporate in our lives to practice eating balance nutrition, we can improve our health, sex, breathing and longevity as well as enjoy food again in a new and invigorating way. If we don't follow it, we encounter problems, ill health and unhappiness.

Here are the foods that you must enjoy eating that could help bring down your blood pressure: Barley, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cranberries, cucumbers, endives, garlic, guavas, jackfruit, jujube, kumquats, nectarines, oranges, parsley, peaches, pears, peppers, pineapples, raspberries, spinach, summer squash, strawberries, tangerines, tomatoes and green foods turnips.

If blood pressure is elevated the heart must work harder to pump an adequate amount of blood to all the tissues of the body. Ultimately the condition will lead to kidney diseases, heart failure and stroke. In addition high blood pressure is associated with coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, obesity, diabetes, hyperthyroidism and adrenal tumors.

Warning signs of advanced hypertension (high blood pressure) may include headaches, sweating, rapid pulse, and shortness of breath, dizziness and visual disturbance. High blood pressure causes no symptoms until complications develop, so it is called "SILENT KILLER".

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