Just for the heart of it I thought I would share a comprehensive protocol for lowering high blood pressure.
How many people do you know who are put on high blood pressure medication and are never EVER taken off of it? Would you agree that medications land in the liver and kidneys and never go away? If there was a way you could naturally lower your blood pressure without medications would you do it ?
Would you tell someone you know and care about that there is perhaps a healthier way?
Here is something you might share: Lower your High Blood Pressure…Naturally
Heart disease is still our #1 killer disease inAmerica. Following a good prevention program of exercisea diet high in fiber & keeping cholesterol levels at 180 or below can significantly reduce our risk. The following supplements may also help high quality multi-vitaminthese days science can additionally recommend C,E,Carotanoids,and friendly bacteria – we offer ALL of this n a convenient time released 6 pill – 30 day – daily strip.
CoQ10 levels decrease with age. In clinical studiesCoQ10 has compensated for immune deficiencies caused by aging or disease. Our CoQ10 combines the power of CoQ10 & Resveratrol (a powerful anti-oxidant) for heart health – Our CoQHeart provides up to 500% more than any dry tablets on the market. Clinical studies show that CoQ10 improves some forms of heart disease & may protect against neurodegenerative diseases.
Helps prevent LDL cholesterol oxidation
Inhibits the release of histaminea major aspect of allergies
Meets body’s daily usage with just one bioavailable capsule
Essential Fatty AcidsDr. Bruce Miller calls EPA ( Fish Oil ) nature’s Teflon because it makes arterial walls more slippery & red blood cells more flexiblethus improving blood flow. This means the heart does not have to pump as hard to move blood aroundwhich reduces blood pressure. Omega-3 fatty acidslike those in fishplay a role in forming certain prostaglandins – hormone-like substances associated with cardiovascular health. EPA is a natural marine lipid concentrate that helps reduce risk factors for heart diseasehelps lower cholesteroltriglycerides & elevated blood pressure. It’s also a natural anti-inflammatory. Not all fish oil products are created equally. Look for quality sourcedtriple distilledpharmecuetical grade. (see this video)
Garlic with rosemary and spearmint – Garlic has a strong reputation for combating bacterial infectionsespecially throatearchestmouthdiarrheabronchitis& sinus problems. It helps fight high cholesterolhigh blood pressureedema& blood that clots too quickly. Garlic is also a powerful antioxidant that can also slow or kill many types of fungi & bacteria
B Vitamins are depleted with stresscaffeineand nicotine – all of which are contributors to high blood pressure. It is also needed for proper circulationhealthy skin & nervous system& the metabolism of carbohydratesfats & proteins. B-complex also helps reduce homocysteine levels (a serious factor for heart disease). An accumulation of homocysteine in the blood stream can lead to damaged arteries. Complex B is one fo the most effective treatment for high blood pressure and helps prevent heart disease.
Calcium/ Magnesium is often recommended for: arrhythmia (irregular heart beat)promoting colon healthlowering blood pressure and regulating heartbeat.and more recently weight loss. It’s really important to get a consistant daily dose
Additional Magnesium- Magnesium is essential for heart and muscle function and healthy blood pressure. It has been shown to lower risks for high blood pressurearrhythmiadifficulty sleepingstiff and sore muscleslow back painmuscle crampsand help reduce stress. 80% of Americans are defecient in magnesium. 80%!! ( see video here )
Soy Protein – Isoflavones are the special substances in soy that are believed to help lower cholesterolreduce risk of breast and prostate cancerhelp control PMS and menopausal symptoms and reduce the risk of kidney and gall stones. Not all soy foods can guaruntee as high a level of isoflavones as this convenient drink mix.
Written by Nutritionist Barb Lagoni – updated 02/08