Fruits juicing for high blood pressure is a great way to start your morning. Almost every health condition will respond well to the right fruit juices, and high blood pressure is no exception.
Drinking fresh fruit juices are always the best way to reap the full enzymes from fresh fruits. Some of these fruits can be had individually while some must be combined, are all beneficial to the body's overall held.
Experiment with these fruits, which I have tried and found to be soooo delicious are watermelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe, banana, peach, apricot, lime, oranges, or grape juice. These juices are especially beneficial to you if you have high blood pressure and are on medication, are deficient in calcium, magnesium or potassium.
Berries such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries are great fruits for juicing with the hopes of lowering your high blood pressure. This is because these fruits are nearly sodium-free, good sources of vitamin C and dietary fiber, which helps promote a healthy blood pressure.
These fruits also provide a minimum of 200mg of potassium in every cup. A high potassium diet is recommended for lowering your blood pressure.
Citrus fruits including oranges, grapefruits and tangerines are high in potassium and low in sodium. In addition to being very tasty, these juices are great for lowering your high blood pressure.
Fruits are solar storehouses, carriers of great stores of solar energy. While the most solar energy any food can provide is found in its uncooked state, the most solar energy available is found in fresh fruits.
This is because fruits ripe more slowly than almost any other foods. During this ripening time, the fruits are soaking up and storing valuable energy from the sun.
Citrus fruits are also good sources of vitamin C, an antioxidant vitamin that helps lower blood pressure if you are suffering from hypertension.
Like many other fruit juices, pomegranate juice contains antioxidants, in particular, the polyphenols. However, the antioxidant content in pomegranate juice is at a much higher level than other fruit juices.
Antioxidants are believed to provide several benefits in heart protection, which includes the reduction of low-density lipoprotein (LDL or "bad") cholesterol.
Research has found that a daily dose of 1.5 ounces of pomegranate juice is sufficient in ensuring maximum benefits.
For a zesty fruit juice cocktail, mix a cup of water, two ripe tomatoes, and a tablespoon of paprika, tarragon, cayenne and turmeric. Add some basil leaves, along with the juice of half a lemon and mix well.
Below are some more ideas for creating your own fruits juicing cocktail that will increase your vitality and assist you in lowering your high blood pressure.
Fresh juices are vital for a healthy diet. However, it is important to avoid the juices with added sugar, as extra sugars means that you will be consuming extra calories.
You are better off eating your calories rather than drinking them.
Ensure that you read all package labels to check for ingredients, and select 100% fruit juices that are not made from concentrate, if you are not able to make your own fresh juices.
High blood pressure or hypertension is a dangerous condition to your health as it increases your risk for heart disease, stroke and kidney diseases.
With a nutritious diet comprising of fresh fruits juicing and vegetables, and if you are suffering from high blood pressure, it is possible you may be able to delay or avoid having to go on medications completely.