Three Delicious Types of Food That Help Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

As I mentioned before, when I was diagnosed with high blood pressure, I made the personal decision not to go on medication; instead, I decided to pursue alternative treatment methods, one of which included eating more foods that are thought to have a lowering effect on blood pressure.

This approach worked well for me and I wanted to tell you a little more about it in case you want to add this approach to whatever other treatment options you are pursuing.

‘You Really Are What You Eat!’

So how many times have you heard this saying? Too many, right? Well, there’s a reason why you hear it so often – it’s true.

Simply put, the food you consume has a major impact on your health. Eat too many “bad foods” and they can factor into your developing high blood pressure.

On the other hand, just as there are foods that can contribute to high blood pressure, there are also foods that act to lower high blood pressure.

If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure, or if you want to help prevent developing high blood pressure in the future, it’s time to start eating more of the “good foods.”

In the previous pages, I’ve given you three examples of foods that have been scientifically proven to improve blood pressure.

Here Are Three More Surprising Foods That Have Been Shown to Help Lower Blood Pressure

These three delicious foods that were often considered a “no-no” in the past have actually been proven healthy, both in scientific studies and common-sense tests.

They help lower blood pressure, balance cholesterol and improve your overall health:

  1. Nuts may be high in calories and fat, but many types of nuts have been found to improve heart health, and lower blood pressure as well as cholesterol levels. Even the FDA had to give in and allow producers of many types of nuts such as walnuts to mark their products “heart healthy.” (7)
  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. Potatoes Opt for a baked potato instead of deep-fried French fries. Baked potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates that are necessary for the body and are not highly processed like the ones found in bleached flour. Potatoes are also extremely high in potassium, vitamin C and fiber, which all help lower your blood pressure and improve overall health.

In a short article like this one, I don’t have the time I’d like to explain exactly how to use each and every food item to lower your blood pressure. For example, how much and what type.

But I’ll show you how to figure that out in a minute. But first…

You Might be Thinking …

These foods were considered bad for you, then good; how am I supposed to keep up with all these changes and really know what’s “healthy?”

Well, to help you, I have created a new guide entitled “Good Foods for High Blood Pressure,” that contains the very latest, most up-to-date nutrition information about delicious foods that can help lower high blood pressure.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • One vegetable that is so powerful that on average, it lowered one study participants’ blood pressure by 10 points systolic (page 17)
  • A specific type of tea that was demonstrated in one small study to be as effective as some medications in lowering blood pressure. Here’s a hint – 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. You should avoid these foods at all cost (page 65)

…and much more!

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Your friend in health,

Christian Goodman


(1) 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) 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


(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


(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




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