Today's E-News from 'What Doctors Don't Tell You' includes this free article on research showing that eating raisins may lower blood pressure. Whilst this may be an easy diet adaptation for some with high blood pressure it should not be the the answer for everyone. If you are overweight, have a problem with blood sugar balance, or need to avoid sweet foods while bringing gut-yeast under control, you would need to seek nutritional advice on alternative methods to support correct blood pressure.
As always, you should seek medical advice for any health concerns. Please note, if you are trying any natural method of lowering blood pressure alongside medication to address blood pressure, you should have monthly checks with your GP to ensure that your BP doesn't fall to low.
If you have slightly raised blood pressure (prehypertension), don’t turn to a drug – snack on some raisins every day to lower it. Eating a handful three times a day
has a dramatic effect, and can normalise your levels.
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