Your body is at risk for further difficulties including heart and kidney issues, stroke, and even eyesight issues if you have high blood pressure or are at risk for it
Your food most likely plays a significant role in your hypertension, even if there is a potential that it may be inherited.
Fortunately, modifying your eating and drinking habits may reduce your blood pressure just as they can cause it.
To emphasise the drinking practises to adhere to if you have high blood pressure, we chatted with Lyssie Lakatos, RDN, CDN, CFT, and Tammy Lakatos Shames, RDN, CDN, CFT, authors of The Nutrition Twins' Veggie Cure and members of our Medical Expert Board.
1. Add tart cherry juice to your daily smoothie.
2. Drink green tea as part of your daily routine.
3. Drink beet juice before your workouts.
4. Start your day with a green smoothie.
5. Make a habit of drinking no more than the recommended daily alcohol intake limit.