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Your Drinks And Diet

by Donna M
(Info On High Blood Pressure)

Green Juice

Green Juice

Do you know that your drinks and diet affects the controlling of your high blood pressure and also your health? The foods you choose do have a cumulative effect on your body, and as you age you will see and feel those effects - if you know what to look for.

But first think about this for a moment. Do you want relief from the side effect of your medications? Are you enjoying and living your life to the fullest?

Then make a conscious decision to just start doing little changes to your lifestyle and the food you eat. A well chosen array of foods will supply you with energy and nutrient to prevent imbalances that can take a toll on your health over time.

Did you know that your body renews its structures continuously every day as it builds your muscles, bones, skin and blood, while replacing old tissues with new?

So some of your drinks and diet becomes part of you tomorrow.

So the best foods for you is the kind that supports the growth and maintenance of a strong heart supplied with sufficient blood to cleanse and nourish all parts of your body.

How Powerful Is Your Diet In Preventing Diseases

Your diet has a profound effect on your long term health.

There are some other lifestyle habits that are also very influential to your health and they are smoking, and excessive drinking of alcohol.

So some of the worlds most debilitating conditions, like high blood pressure and diabetes, can be prevented if you know and apply nutrition principles.

Include Water In Your Diet

Drinking lots of water is a must for regulating your blood pressure, your diet and your weight.

By drinking plenty of water daily you will make a huge positive change in your blood pressure.

Green tea is another liquid form in the fight against high blood pressure.
Tea leaves contains flavonoid antioxidants, such as catechins, that have countless cures hidden within them.

They help to burn fat, improve insulin metabolism, fight against heart problems, and help to reduce the cholesterol level in your body.

I can even attest to the fact that green tea help to reduce the size of my fibrosis. It is a very powerful addition to your drinks and diet for lowering your high blood pressure.

Drink throughout the day and you will feel a lot better while seeing marvelous changes to your blood pressure levels.

A Lifetime Of A Healthy Diet

Why care about nutrition? Nutrition interacts with your body tissues continuously and daily, building the foundation of your health.

Knowing what's in the foods you eat is wise and will motivate your choices.

For instance including these foods into your diet is great for your drinks and diet lifestyle.

Oats is a rich source of soluble fiber, beta-glucan and B vitamins. Eating just one bowl of oatmeal a day can reduce your blood pressure by 7.5/5.5 mmHg in a couple of weeks.

Guava is an excellent source of antioxidant carotenoids, vitamin C, potassium and soluble fiber. Just eating this fruit regularly can lower your blood pressure by 9/8 mmHg, lower your LDL cholesterol by 10 percent and your triglycerides by 8 percent. Try the pink guava for its exceptionally high amounts of antioxidant.

Coconut is rich in medium-chain fatty acids that aids in the absorption of calcium and magnesium which is essential in lowering your high blood pressure. Drinking coconut water has been known to reduce systolic blood pressure by 71 percent and diastolic blood pressure by 29 percent.

These are impressive numbers.

The Difference

When you know what is in your food and what a specific food can do to your health and your body's foundation, you can wisely chose, plan your meals and design your heart healthy diet.

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