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Lifestyle Changes Recommended for High Blood Pressure

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If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension, or high blood pressure, your doctor has probably advised you to make a number of lifestyle modifications, such as exercise and dietary changes. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), eating a diet of nutrient-rich, low-sodium foods can lower blood pressure naturally.

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Dietary Recommendations Include Prioritizing Unprocessed Foods


Dietary recommendations from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute — called the Dietary Approaches To Stop Hypertension, or the DASH diet for short — promote eating fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, lean sources of protein such as fish and poultry, beans, nuts and vegetable oils, while also limiting saturated fats, refined grains, processed foods, and added sodium.

The advantage of getting these nutrients through whole foods, rather than through supplements, is that our body is able to use them better. “A number of times when we have just separated out the one nutrient that we think is good, such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, or vitamin E, and given it as a concentrated pill, it has been shown to be either not as effective or completely ineffective when compared to the natural foods,” Dr. Higgins says.

 

Lifestyle Changes Recommended for High Blood Pressure


The American Heart Association encourages people with high blood pressure to:

Eat a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, and whole grain foods, as well as fish and skinless poultry

Limit alcohol

Increase their physical activity

Lose weight

Reduce the amount of sodium in their diet

Quit smoking

Manage stress

If you’re worried about your blood pressure, the first step is to see your doctor, in order to have your blood pressure checked. Then, after a discussion with your healthcare provider, it can help to start incorporating some of these foods into your meals. Your taste buds and your heart will thank you.

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