5 foods to lower blood pressure

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5 FOODS TO LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE
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  1. 1. 5 FOODS TO LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE WWW.TOLOWERBLOODPRESSURE.COM
  2. 2. Broccolie
  3. 3. Broccolie• Broccoli is rich in potassium but it also contains chromium which helps regulate blood glucose and insulin. Cook it with just the right amount of water needed to cover it and it will not lose its nutrients. It would be best to eat raw .
  4. 4. Tomatoes
  5. 5. Tomatoes• Tomatoes are rich in calcium and potassium and contain vitamin A, C and E. Tomatoes also contain lycopene which is a powerful antioxidant that is known to prevent cardiovascular disease. It also helps to lower blood pressure
  6. 6. Garlic
  7. 7. Garlic• Act against respiratory infections.• Helps Arthritic diseases.• Protects you against many cancers.
  8. 8. Garlic• Garlic should really be a must in your arsenal of methods to lower blood pressure. In addition to this advantage, garlic is useful in the murder of 27 different pathogens such as staphylococcus, along with more than 70 types of fungi, including athletes foot fungus and the infamous candida albicans , responsible for infections in women.
  9. 9. Bananas
  10. 10. Bananas• Rich in potassium .• High in fiber.• Bananas are rich in potassium and is high in fiber. Try to eat at least 2 bananas a day.
  11. 11. Spinach
  12. 12. Spinach• Rich in magnesium .• Prevent cardiovascular disease .• Cook them as little time as possible .
  13. 13. Spinach• Spinach is rich in magnesium and help prevent cardiovascular disease. They also contain folate, which prevents the increase in homocysteine, which in excess can increase the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke. Cook them as little time as possible or better yet eat them raw in salads.• .
  14. 14. www.ToLowerBloodPressure.com• If you want to find more tips on how to lower blood pressure visit :• www.tolowerbloodpressure.com

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