If You Have High Blood Pressure, Avoid These Foods

Do you know anyone who has high or low blood pressure?

More and more people around us are having health problems, and one of the most common is altered blood pressure.

We have talked about this topic a few times here on the channel.

Blood pressure is simply the pumping system whose function is carrying the blood through the heart and arteries, all while taking the blood flow to the brain and other organs.

Normal blood pressure is considered to be 120/80 mmHg.

When the numbers differ, you have hypertension (high blood pressure), above 140/90, or hypotension (low blood pressure), below 90/60.

In today's video, we will see some foods that contribute to high blood pressure, besides salt, which you probably already know.

Hypertension appears whenever any alterations hinder blood circulation in the blood vessels, increasing the pressure the heart needs to ensure proper circulation.

Did you know that one of the factors for high blood pressure is poor eating?

If this is your case, avoid:

0:00 Foods to Avoid With High Blood Pressure
1:01 Processed foods, like ham, sausages, and bacon
1:16 Sugar
1:27 Canned, pickled foods, and condiments
1:44 Bouillon cubes or sachets
2:05 Fat meats, like sirloin cap, shoulder clod, or flank steak
2:16 Coffee
2:26 Alcoholic beverages, sodas, energy drinks, boxed juices
2:38 Chocolate

If you have trouble cutting these items from your diet, talk to a nutritionist so they can create a customized menu for you.



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