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What should i eat if I have Slightly high blood pressure

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Try to lower your Sodium intake. Many popular food items now have a low or no sodium equivalent.

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go to trader Joes and try to buy organic food NO SUGAR!!!

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nothing with sugar or salt, that will just raise it. check the sodium levels of your food in your fridge/cabnet,

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Sugar, a lot of sugar would help you. Just kidding don't eat too much sugar, eat like fruits if you are into a lot of sugar.

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Low sodium foods and use salt substitutes ( No Salt ) .

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Cheerios!

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To lower blood pressure, you have to KNOW what your blood pressure is and know enough to make changes safely. Self-help is never recommended - you must be under the care of a health care provider who can monitor your progress. If it is a holistic practitioner, they will use Crataegus oxycantha - Hawthorn berries (yum!!) to support the heat. This alone will normalise your BP if it is not too high, but you need a Homeopath or a Herbalist keeping an eye on your progress to be happy you are not making your condition worse. You only have one heart and it has to last you for eighty years! DIY treatments are NOT advised....

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donuts, cupcakes, lard , butter, any fast food, soda, sugar, cake, pure frosting, chocolate. these things will help

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Oatmeal

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