Look At These Blood Minerals

November 17, 2022

Blood Minerals That Can Help To Lower High Blood Pressure Naturally

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Nov 17, 2022 6:30 PM

Most people are unaware that eating certain mineral-rich meals on a regular basis can help reduce high blood pressure. According to Healthline and WebMD, magnesium and potassium are the two minerals needed by the body to maintain and regulate your high blood pressure, and in this post, I will list some of the foods that are rich in these minerals that you should take on a daily basis.




1. If you want to reduce your high blood pressure without resorting to medication, eating avocados on a regular basis is highly recommended because they provide your body with the 56 milligrams of magnesium and 4.1 milligrams of potassium it needs. It is a good source of the fiber, vitamin B, and vitamin K that your body need.

2. Magnesium, which is found in abundance in nuts (82 milligrams per ounce), can help regulate high blood pressure naturally while also protecting your body from free radicals and inflammation. This means you should up your daily intake of nuts including almonds, cashews, peanuts, and others.

3. The potassium, fiber, and other key nutrients in bananas can help reduce your high blood pressure without the use of medications or concoctions, so you should make an effort to consume them regularly.

4. Foods like spinach, which are loaded with potassium, vitamin K, minerals, and other nutrients, can also play a role in the natural reduction of high blood pressure according to studies.



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