|Good Foods that Help Lower Blood Pressure
||You may know as cocoa the ingredient used in chocolate. But in it's raw form it is Cacao. It has more antioxidant flavonoids than red wine, blueberries, black tea or green tea. Cacao has some of the most valuable nutrients available to us. For More Click Here.
||According to the USDA Bulletin #8, "Composition of Foods" (Haytowitz and Matthews 1984), dandelions rank in the top 4 green vegetables in overall nutritional value. Minnich, in "Gardening for Better Nutrition" ranks them, out of all vegetables, including grains, seeds and greens, as tied for 9th best. According to these data, dandelions are nature's richest green vegetable source of beta-carotene, from which Vitamin A is created, they have more beta_carotene than carrots, and are the third richest source of Vitamin A of all foods, after cod-liver oil and beef liver! They also are particularly rich in fiber, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and the B vitamins, thiamine and riboflavin, and are a good source of protein. Click Here You Must read more.
||This food is low in Fat and Cholesterol. Great source of protein and dietary fiber. Contains Vitamin E , Thiamin, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Selenium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Folate, (Potassium) and Manganese.
|Low Fat Dairy
||Dairy products are high in both calcium and vitamin D. These two nutrients boost each other’s health benefit and are more powerful at lowering blood pressure when consumed together. Calcium is not just recommended for children. Adults still need to maintain adequate calcium levels, and a calcium deficiency can increase the risk of developing high blood pressure. Eating dairy products that are low in fat, such as skim milk or fat-free yogurt, can help lower blood pressure significantly.
||Whole grains that are still completely intact and have not undergone a refining process to remove the bran and germ components. Whole grains retain the entire grain kernel, making them higher in fiber and other nutrients than refined grains. One of the many health benefits associated with whole grains is a decrease in blood pressure. The high level of potassium and magnesium in whole grains is linked to lower blood pressure.