Blood Pressure Down

Blood Pressure Down

The 10-step Plan to Lower your Blood Pressure in Four Weeks-without Prescription Drugs

Book - 2013
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For the nearly 78 million Americans with hypertension, a safe, effective lifestyle plan--incorporating the DASH diet principles and much more--for lowering blood pressure naturally

If you have high blood pressure, you're not alone: nearly a third of adult Americans have been diagnosed with hypertension, and another quarter are well on their way. Yet a whopping 56 percent of diagnosed patients do not have it under control. The good news? Hypertension is easily treatable (and preventable), and you can take action today to bring your blood pressure down in just four weeks--without the potential dangers and side effects of prescription medications. 

     In Blood Pressure Down, Janet Bond Brill distills what she's learned over decades of helping her patients lower their blood pressure into a ten-step lifestyle plan that's manageable for anyone. You'll: 

   * harness the power of blood pressure power foods like bananas, spinach, and yogurt
   * start a simple regimen of exercise and stress reduction
   * stay on track with checklists, meal plans, and more than fifty simple recipes

Easy, effective, safe--and delicious-- Blood Pressure Down is the encouraging resource that empowers you, or your loved ones, to lower your blood pressure and live a longer, heart-healthy life.
Publisher: New York : Three Rivers Press, 2013.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780307986351
0307986357
Branch Call Number: 616.132 BRI
Characteristics: xii, 338 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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LRS1969 Apr 03, 2015

A lot (I mean a LOT) of unsupported "evidence" as to various protocols to reduce high BP in risk populations (not the everyday layman with no BP problems, but AT RISK populations).

Take coffee for example. It does have good levels of magnesium so when it is stated that coffee is good to drink because of its magnesium levels (which are moderate compared to many other foods), that sounds great. Except that magnesium has very little beneficial impact on high BP.

Actually the amount of magnesium in a cup of brewed regular coffee is pretty minimal... like about 7mg per 8 oz. cup (other sources tested at magnesium as low as 3 mg per 100 gram serving)...

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/beverages/3898/2

Magnesium impact on BP....

http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Magnesium-HealthProfessional/
(Toward bottom under hypertension)

http://m.hyper.ahajournals.org/content/31/1/131.full

Note how games are played. This site says that magnesium is VITAL for BP levels, but the link they provide does NOT say that!

http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Magnesium-HealthProfessional/

So what do REAL studies say?

http://m.hyper.ahajournals.org/content/36/1/137.full

Now this covers ONE topic out of several offered. Yet there are similar problems with most (yes, potassium DOES improve BP, but bananas are not the highest source and are too loaded with carbs to be healthy).

How many other topics can be researched (really researched) and dismantled??? Simply going through schools teaching outdated nutrition and physiology and getting a bunch of initials behind your name (and having a family history that screams of GENETIC causations) does not make one an "expert"!

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