What can you do about low blood pressure?

Saturday, 6 April 2013

One hears and reads good advice as to what there is to do about high blood pressure. Although it is not nearly so common with too low blood pressure, there is after all quite a few people that must contend with this unpleasant ailment.

The usual consolation: "it is not something that you die of, on the contrary, you will be very old! ' this is not particularly encouraging to people who often almost always feel sick to death, and even regularly can have bouts of dizziness, if he has stood still for too long.

Therefore, I was happy, as I in the small English magazine ' Grace ' in the ask box found the following letters:

My wife has for low blood pressure, but otherwise nothing fails. What can you advise her to eat, which could conceivably help her?

Answer: All food which is rich in iron, potassium, magnesium and calcium to build blood and get your wife going again. It is for example. about almonds, ming beans, beetroot, carrots, dates, figs, grapes, raw Kale, dried lentils, green olives, peas, turnips and watercress. A good multi vitamin combination is also not out of the way.

Raw is better than both boiled and fried foods. If you do boil you food, one should avoid aluminum pots. In addition, one should neither use salt or other spices, as little as coffee, tea, tobacco. On the other hand, it is important to have a daily game of vigorous exercise.

Then go to the nearest health food store and see what they have that can enhance health. It will, among other things, be good with vegetable oils with high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids such as sunflower oil, wheat germ oil, safflorolie, etc.

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