Written by:Eli Ben-Yehuda, December 28, 2016
 

How to lower blood pressure naturally by lowering your cholesterol levels

  High cholesterol levels, especially in men, can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and heart attack.
One researcher commented: “It appears that lipids do have a role in the development of hypertension. We found a positive association between higher levels of total cholesterol, non-HDL cholesterol and total cholesterol-to-HDL cholesterol ratio and an increased risk of hypertension. Those men who had higher levels of HDL cholesterol had a significantly lower risk for developing hypertension than men who had the low levels of HDL cholesterol.”
  In case your cholesterol is too high your family doctor may start you on statins. Before you need to start taking a medication you can try a natural way to treat your hypertension and lower your cholesterol level. You can start with the following natural alternatives – <br/ >

Foods to lower cholesterol without medication:

   
    • Oatmeal: This morning breakfast not only fills you but has been shown to lower cholesterol, and your blood pressure. It contains a compound called beta-glucan, which is particularly good in helping lower LDL cholesterol by blocking the absorption of it.
 
    • Almonds : Are rich in Omega-9 fatty acids which help blocks absorption of LDL’s, yes the bad cholesterol. They also contain an amino acid called arginine which helps the body create nitric oxide. Nitric oxide relaxes the blood vessels which in-turn lowers your blood pressure.
 
    • Pistachios: Contain antioxidants and monounsaturated fats both of which are heart healthy.
 
    • Apples: Contain a substance called pectin. Pectin when combined with water in the body forms a gelatin that prevents the absorption of cholesterol and traps it, removing it from the body.
 
    • Oranges: Also contain a pectin. With water prevents the absorption of cholesterol and remove from the body.
 
  • Garlic: In a recent study was shown not only to decrease LDL’s but it also increase HDL’S. Garlic has also been shown to lower blood pressure and platelet aggregation.
  It is amazing how many foods nature has given us to help and heal the human body. Although sometimes medication may be needed, in the long run putting the right foods in our body it the best, with no side effects.   Click Here To Read The Complete Article.
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