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Ten Natural Ways to Lower Blood Pressure

Yes..You can lower your blood pressure Naturally.

 (If on medication DO NOT Stop until tests consistently show you are improving... your goal is to gradually need less medication...weaning off for best success)

    .    Eat a plant-based, low fat, and no-refined-carbohydrate diet. For protein, replace fatty meats with poultry and fish.

    .    Avoid adding salt to your food, and rinse canned foods like tuna to remove some sodium.

    .    Eat more magnesium and potassium rich foods like cantaloupe, spinach, red bananas, seeds and nuts, pomegranate, and fresh or frozen berries.

    .    Exercise daily or practice hatha yoga regularly.

    .    Take enough vitamin D3 to get your 25-hydroxyvitamin D level (in a blood test) up to 60-80 ng/ml. If you have low vitamin D levels, you may need between 5,000 and 10,000 IU for several months.

    .    Take coenzyme Q10. To be effective for lowering blood pressure, you need to take at least 250 mg daily.

    .    Take Pycnogenol (Pine Bark Extract): 100 to 200 mg daily.

    .    Take high EPA omega-3 fish oil: 1,000 to 3,000 mg daily.

    .    Take magnesium: 500 to 750 mg daily.

    .    Take L-Arginine: 1,000 to 3,000 mg daily.

If this natural prescription doesn’t lower your blood pressure enough, you’ll have to get more extreme with your diet. Remove all grains and sugars, especially fructose, including naturally occurring fruit sugars as found in bananas and other fresh fruits. Drink 1-2 glasses of fresh mixed green juice every day. Consider going raw vegan for three months.

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