Natural Drinking to Reduce Blood Pressure

There are some drinks that can help you reduce your blood pressure.

There are two risk factors related to the emergence of high blood pressure (hypertension) which can not be controlled ie, age and family history of disease (genetics). However, you can still intervene against other risk factors by making smarter choices, such as physically active, reducing sodium intake, and eating a healthy and balanced menu. In addition, you also can lower the risk of hypertension in a different way to consume the beverage natural. Here is a 6 (six) drinks that may contribute to decreased blood pressure, especially in combination with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

1. Low-fat milk

How it works: Calcium deficiency has long been associated with high blood pressure. High calcium intake can help lower high blood pressure. But keep in mind, it is very important to choose the right type of milk for the best results. Low-fat milk is very rich in calcium than full fat milk. Modest amount of fat can help you absorb calcium more easily.

Recommendation:  As part of the ritual healthful, three servings of low fat milk shown to reduce systolic blood pressure.

2. Rosella flower tea

How it works: Like the pomegranate juice, rosella flower ( hibiscus ) contain phytochemicals that act as bioactive natural ACE inhibitor. One study showed that roselle tea is very effective in lowering blood pressure as captopril – a drug commonly used to treat hypertension and heart failure.

Tip: In one widely publicized study, three servings of hibiscus tea can lower systolic blood pressure is prehypertension subjects significantly. Drink three cups a day for maximum results mendaptkan.

3. Pomegranate Juice

How it works: ACE is an enzyme that increases blood pressure by creating a protein called angiotensin II, which causes blood vessels to contract. Pomegranate juice acts as a natural ACE inhibitors, similar to the type of drug commonly prescribed to treat hypertension and heart failure. In a case mentioned, pomegranate juice can reduce the ACE by 36 percent and lowered systolic blood pressure as well. Even some recent studies indicate significantly, the benefits of pomegranate to reduce arterial plaque (up to 30 percent) and increases blood flow to the heart.

Suggestions: Jonny Bowden, one nutritionist recommended to drink six ounces (177 milliliters) of pomegranate juice every day without sweetener.

4. Cranberry Juice

How it works: Cranberries and cranberry juice has anti-inflammatory and powerful antioxidant that helps prevent and reduce damage in blood vessels, thus preventing an increase in blood pressure are undesirable. In addition, cranberry juice can help reduce blood pressure by dilating blood vessels and improve blood flow.

Tip: There is no standard recommendation to consume cranberry juice as part of the daily regimen.

5. Water

How it works: Drinking water is a simple, inexpensive, healthy and most effective way to help lower blood pressure. Chronic dehydration causes the blood vessels contract so that makes the heart work harder, and ultimately lead to spikes in blood pressure.

Tip: Most people probably have often heard the advice that said to drink eight glasses per day. But for a more personalized approach, can be adjusted to your weight. How: weight divided by two (but in the form of an ounce). For example, people with a weight of 150-pounds, or about 68 kg of water intake must meet needs at least 75 ounces or about 2 liters per day.

6. Bit Juice

How it works: The fruit bits are a good source of potassium and folate, two substances that are important to regulate blood pressure. Selian it, fruit bits also mengadung nitrate, which is converted to nitrite when absorbed by the body. Nitrite efficacious create muscle tissue to relax and reduce blood flow. Fruit bits can naturally help the health of blood vessel function and against homocysteine, which can damage blood vessels.

Suggestion: Some research indicates consumption of one or two cups of beet juice every day can lower blood pressure significantly in the short amount of time that is approximately one hour after consumption. British study also states that beet juice is as effective as tablets nitrate in controlling hypertension.

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  1. honestly? I think i’d rather die than drink hot beet juice! LOL Other than that – great advice!

  2. aha… so you have high blood pressure, doesn’t you?Just a joke. well, it was the advice from my surrounding area, especially my grandpa. I just wanna share it…see ya

  3. Interesting information……….but a WORD OF CAUTION……..tea/coffee is not good for iron absorption………….I have written an article on anemia that you can refer:

  4. Well..nice information. thanks

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