High Blood Pressure Natural Remedy

The best high blood pressure natural remedy and lifestyle starts with an anti inflammation diet. Add herbs that lower blood pressure to your cooking for quicker results and a healthier body. Herbal and mineral supplements also make great high blood pressure remedies.

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High blood pressure (hypertension) affects millions of people across the world, and is one of the most unnoticed diseases known today. It is a silent disease, and thus many people do not even know that they suffer from it until they are checked by a nurse or doctor.

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High blood pressure can lead to kidney damage, heart attack, stroke, arteriosclerosis, brain damage, and vision loss if left untreated. However, it is also a disease that can be easily reversed by making daily changes.


There are a few characteristics that make one person more likely to have hypertension. Some of these characteristics can be changed, such as being obese, suffer from high stress levels, smoking, excessive drinking, Diabetes, and excessive salt intake.


Each of these causes can be reduced or changed in some way to maintain health. Others, like genetics and race, cannot be changed. People who have a family history of hypertension and individuals who are African American are more likely to also suffer from the same disease.


How to Reduce Blood Pressure

In order to prevent and reverse high blood pressure, you will need to implement a few lifestyle changes in conjunction with natural remedies and/or a doctor's prescription medication. The first and most difficult thing to focus on is your weight.


Dropping even a few pounds can really lessen you blood pressure level, and exercise can promote normal levels as well. Make it a habit to get moving every single day for at least half an hour, and you should see positive results within a month.


Your Diet as a High Blood Pressure Natural Remedy

The next biggest thing is to make over your diet. By diet, we mean what you eat every day and will continue with, not a quick 30 day diet to get you back on track. What you eat will need to be a lifestyle change to get you healthy, so plan to commit to a better eating regimen.

Did you know that eliminating all wheat from your diet can make a huge impact on high blood pressure? The wheat we eat today is much different from the kinds grown in the past thousand years. Today, it is a genetically altered variety that causes obvious sickness in some (gluten intolerance) and poor health in everyone. 

Dr. William Davis, a well-known cardiologist and author of Wheat Belly studied his patients over decades of treating them for chronic illnesses. His though process went along the lines of "If foods made from wheat raise blood sugar higher than nearly all other foods (due to its high-glycemic index), including table sugar, then removing wheat should reduce blood sugar."

Dr. Davis then began instructing his patients to remove all wheat sources from their diet for a period of time to measure the results. What he found is quite astonishing. Not only did men and women consistently lose 30-70 pounds in six months, those suffering from inflammatory diseases healed, and some diabetics were able to completely reverse their Diabetes. This is huge, as many doctors today don't believe that it is possible to reverse Diabetes.

His patients also reported the same things over and over to him that were too much to be coincidence. Many found relief from arthritis pain, migraines improved, rashes and inflammation reduced, and improvements in digestion and bowel comfort. 

While going gluten-free in today's society can seem impossible, it might be one of the best things you can do for your body. Make your meals from vegetables, high quality lean meat, avocados, olives, olive and coconut oils, fruit, nuts, eggs, beans, and brown rice. There really is an unlimited amount of healthy and tasty meals that can be made from these ingredients, so stock up and get cooking! 

Practice using herbs, spices, and salt-free seasonings to cook with. This will provide more flavor to low fat and low calorie foods. Combined with exercise, you will be off to a great start.


The next thing to do is to quit smoking altogether. Smoking damages your lungs, blood vessels, heart, and other organs. It also accelerates the hardening of your arteries, and causes damage to the linings of your blood vessel walls.

Quitting smoking is a fast high blood pressure natural remedy because it relieves a lot of physiological stress on the body. 


Lastly, check with your doctor about the following high blood pressure natural remedy supplements to determine which won't interfere with your medications.


Remedies to Help Reduce High Blood Pressure

Garlic comes in tablet form, and many studies have shown that it can help to lower blood pressure when taken daily. Even better? Cook with fresh garlic every day! Add it to stir fries, shrimp and broccoli, and seasoned vegetables. 


Cocoa- One great reason to eat chocolate! One thing, though, real cocoa is found in dark chocolate, and very little in milk chocolate that most of us prefer. Look for a bar that says it is at least 70% cocoa and eat a moderate serving a few times per week.

Want to reap the best benefits? Purchase a raw cocoa powder to bake with. "Raw" means that the product has never been heated, preserving its healing properties. I purchase mine from LiveSuperfoods here in Oregon. (They ship all over the world as well.)


Cod Liver Oil- Some studies have shown that fish oils and Alpha Linolenic Acids can act as a high blood pressure natural remedy. Omega 3 fatty acids are very essential to the body, so make sure that you eat fish or take supplements regularly.


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