High Blood Pressure?

Learn About The Most Delicious Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Pressure—Starting Today!

If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure, your doctor probably recommended that you make some serious lifestyle changes.

That’s great because small diet changes can make drastic blood pressure improvements and sometimes even completely eliminate the need for medications.

But what should you eat,
and what should you avoid?

There are so many myths and misconceptions out there on what helps and what hinders lowering blood pressure that it is no wonder that you’re feeling confused.

A small example: Ten years ago, eggs were considered a total no-no, but lately, they have been proven to actually lower blood pressure and improve blood cholesterol levels (4)(8)(9) .

To help you filter out the facts from the fiction, I’ve written a comprehensive guide, “Good Foods for High Blood Pressure” — listing more than 36 types of delicious foods proven to benefit blood pressure and overall cardiovascular health.

(see three detailed examples below)

These foods have helped me and thousands of readers lower their blood pressure naturally.

Everything in the guide is spelled out in simple, down-to-earth, 3rd grade English but is based on hundreds of scientific studies by many top universities and health institutions around the world.

The best part is that you don’t have to deny yourself of everything you love to eat or torture yourself with veggie bacon and other weird stuff in every meal. You, of course, have to make changes, but many of them are very pleasurable.

Three Examples of delicious foods
that lower blood pressure:

  1. Chocolate: In a large study (1) (published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition), participants who ate more dark chocolate were shown to have lower blood pressure and be less likely to suffer a heart attack than those who ate very little or no chocolate. Hold your horses though. No more than 50g/day is recommended and make the chocolate at least 70% dark.
  2. Shrimp: Researchers from Norway (11) recently revealed that people could drastically lower their blood pressure (and cholesterol) by including delicious northern shrimp in their diet.
  3. Blueberries: In the famous “Nurse Study” (10) it was revealed that people who ate lots of blueberries were 30% less likely to suffer a stroke or heart attack than those who ate less or no blueberries. Even if they consumed a lot of other fruits. Another study demonstrated a 7.5-point drop in blood pressure from consuming blueberries

… to name a few of the things that you’ll be surprised to learn lower blood pressure when you read my guide.


I’ll also tell you about:


  • One vegetable so powerful that, on average, it lowered study participants’ blood pressure by 10 points (page 17)
  • A specific type of tea demonstrated to be as effective as medication in a small study. And it’s not Green Tea (page 42).
  • An everyday herb most of us consume regularly that a study published in the Journal of Natural Remedies found lowered blood pressure by 13 points on average (page 44)
  • A very common and dirt-cheap vitamin that, in a study conducted by Johns Hopkins University, lowered participants’ blood pressure by 5 points on average (page 50)
  • 10 Surprising foods that RAISE blood pressure. You’re probably consuming these foods thinking they’re healthy—but they aren’t. In fact, they are devastating to your blood pressure. Avoid these foods at all cost. (page 65)

… and more and more and more!

In fact, this 85-page guide is packed with information about the most powerful foods and lifestyle changes to lower blood pressure—backed by hundreds of research studies by some of the most respected institutions in the world. All presented in simple, down-to-earth English.

As if that wasn’t enough, to help readers put everything into practice, I also included 14 delicious recipes—using the healthy blood pressure ingredients listed in the book (page 56).

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Note: Everything in the guide is based on scientific studies, and most study participants lowered their blood pressure; however, that doesn’t mean that everything will work for everyone. But, with so many tips, I’m sure that you’ll find tons of solutions that help lower your blood pressure.

Most of the advice I discuss in the guide is not approved by the FDA or other agencies as cures for high blood pressure. After all, it’s food. To my best knowledge, nothing in the book causes any side effects or harm (unless you’re allergic to it). Please, however, use your common sense, and consult your doctor if in doubt.



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Your friend in health,

Christian Goodman

Reference:


(1) http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/early/2012/01/30/ajcn.111.023457.abstract American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Published online ahead of print, doi:10.3945/ajcn.111.023457 “Effects of chocolate, cocoa, and flavan-3-ols on cardiovascular health: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials” Authors: L. Hooper, C. Kay, A. Abdelhamid, P.A. Kroon, J.S. Cohn, E.B. Rimm, A. Cassidy

(2) http://cnl.salk.edu/~bgolomb/ Golomb BA, Koperski S, White HL 2012. “Association between more frequent chocolate consumption and lower BMI” Arch Intern Med 172: 519-21

(3) A. Figueroa, A. Wong, R. Kalfon. Effects of Watermelon Supplementation on Aortic Hemodynamic Responses to the Cold Pressor Test in Obese Hypertensive Adults. American Journal of Hypertension, 2014; DOI: 10.1093/ajh/hpt295

(4) Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2009, Volume 57, Issue 2, Pages 471-477 Angiotensin I Converting Enzyme Inhibitory Peptides from Simulated in Vitro Gastrointestinal Digestion of Cooked Eggs”
Authors: K. Majumder, J. Wu http://www.nutraingredients.com/Research/Egg-proteins-may-reduce-blood-pressure-Study

(5) http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/newsreleases/2013/april/new-evidence-that-egg-white-protein-may-help-high-blood-pressur.html

(6) Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) May 4, 2011, Vol 305, No. 17 Fatal and Nonfatal Outcomes, Incidence of Hypertension, and Blood Pressure Changes in Relation to Urinary Sodium Excretion http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=899663

(7) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3257681/

(8) A. Soriano-Maldonado, M. Cuenca-García, L. A. Moreno, M. González-Gross, C. Leclercq, O. Androutsos, E. J. Guerra-Hernández, M. J. Castillo y J. R. Ruiz. Ingesta de huevo y factores de riesgo cardiovascular en adolescentes; papel de la actividad física. Estudio HELENA. Nutrición Hospitalaria, 2013; 28:868-877 DOI: 10.3305/nh.2013.28.3.6392

(9) http://www.bmj.com/content/346/bmj.e8539

(10) http://www.channing.harvard.edu/nhs/

(11) http://www.nofima.no/en/nyhet/2013/08/the-troms-shrimp-the-world-s-best-utilized-raw-material

(12) Benson, Herbert, 1975 (2001). The Relaxation Response. HarperCollins. ISBN 0-380-81595-8.