Your diet plays an important role in blood pressure regulation. While most of us know we should limit our sodium intake, we should also eat foods rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Eating a wide-ranging diet filled with fruits and vegetables can also help lower blood pressure by providing fiber, nitrates, and unique plant nutrients.
10 Tips to Help You Cut Back; It’s clear that Americans have a taste for salt, but salt plays a role in high blood pressure. Adults age 51 and older, African Americans of any age, and individuals with high blood pressure, diabetes, or chronic kidney disease should reduce their sodium intake to 1,500 mg a day.
Eat this, not that, for breakfast. Learn what foods to swap into your breakfast for better health with this infographic from Scripps Health in San Diego. Click for more information: http://www.scripps.org/news_items/4954-eat-this-not-that-for-breakfast?utm_source=social.