Diet for High Blood Presure

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Recent research has shown that by following a certain diet, high blood pressure can be reduced by an amount similar to that seen with blood pressure medications. Specifically called the "DASH" diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension), this diet plan has been shown to lower blood pressure by including more fish, whole grains, and poultry, while limiting the amount of sweets, red meats, and fats. Following a diet for high blood pressure can reduce your risk for hypertension. Research has also shown that blood pressure levels were reduced the most in people who followed the DASH diet plan at the lowest sodium level (1,500 milligrams per day).
 
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