Pistachio nuts originated in the Middle East. They are naturally low in sodium and monounsaturated…
Parsnips have been the food of choice of many of our ancient ancestors including the Greeks and Romans. To people then parsnips were the staple food the potato is to us today.
Celery is a crunchy green vegetable that contains a useful compound known as 3-n-butyl phthalate which relaxes the smooth muscle lining in blood vessels – reducing blood pressure.
Dried apricots are fat-free and packed with nutrients that are good for blood pressure and help to control cholesterol.
Bananas are the most popular fruit in the United States – and that’s a fact. And with good reason since they’re delicious, portable, inexpensive and packed full of fiber.
Asparagus contains tons of vitamins and antioxidants that are good for us. It is also a well-known anti-inflammatory and has been seen to have a beneficial effect on reducing the risk of heart disease.
Garlic not only deters vampires, it helps to fight off hypertension. Garlic thins the blood increasing the steady flow of blood around the body thereby helping to regulate blood pressure.
Apples are a great source of vitamin C, and it’s been shown that eating them daily can help reduce cholesterol, something that is linked to high blood pressure.
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