(Closed) High Blood Pressure and Nutrition

posted 5 years ago in Wellness
Post # 4
421 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@LoggerHead91207:  my FI’s mom has severe hypertension. So, he was diagnosed with dangerously HBP at 30. I don’t know if it was the excercise or the diet (he didn’t do much of either before) that changed it, but it’s within normal range now.

The meds only helped temporarily and gave him severe migraines. As for diet, he switched to the basics that you mentioned (was well below 1500mg sodium daily), and only ate “clean”, unprocessed foods. Immediately his health changed. Almost instantaneously. I don’t think it has to be very complex, stressful or limiting. As long as he follows those basics and incorporates cardio into his daily regimen, he should be able to see improvement at such a young age. 

Post # 5
14 posts
  • Wedding: November 1999

I’m not sure if this is anything you would be interested in, but I recently joined a health and nutrition company called Genesis Pure. We have a product for cardio health and someone I personally know has noticed a major improvement in his high blood pressure since being on it. He is completely off of all meds and it has really improved his health. 

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