Curing high blood pressure with a plant-based diet – blood pressure cures electricity generation capacity

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It is not the change in the definition of hypertension. Instead, it’s a new recommendation about who should be treated and when. I came after years of observations and research. gaz 67 dakar It was already known that one-third population in the US has to do something about hypertension, but now as per new guidelines, almost half of the adult population must take measures to control hypertension.

Our blood pressure increases for several reasons, from hormonal changes, increase in water retention, stiffening of arteries, poor functioning of the kidney, to over-pumping by heart. Switching to plant-based diet makes a lot of logic if we consider that in the majority of cases medical specialist cannot identify the exact reason of high blood pressure (above 95% of cases), and they call it essential or primary hypertension. Additionally, research has shown that medications fail to control hypertension adequately in more than half of cases.

High blood pressure increases the risk of heart failure, stroke, kidney disease, heart attack, loss of vision, sexual dysfunction and much more. A plant-based diet, based on sound understanding may not only control blood pressure, but it may also prove protective in these disorders. For example, limiting the red meat or protein intake in kidney disease is well known to be beneficial.

Although no major organization would say to switch on to a plant-based diet, they do recommend DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension). An approach that means to cut down on meat, sodium (table salt), alcohol, and have more of potassium. A plant-based diet is also a rich source of dietary fiber, which has been demonstrated to be beneficial for cardiovascular health.

Although plant-based diet has been traditionally practiced in specific ethnic groups, in the western world Dr. z gas tecate telefono Walter K from the Duke University (in the 1930s) was first to demonstrate the benefits of such diet in a number of non-communicable diseases. He introduced the so-called “rice diet,” that was rich in complex carbohydrates and low in fats and proteins. It was a diet based on rice, fruit, and vegetables. Diet was low in salt. Majority of those who took part in his trial were able to control diabetes, blood pressure, renal and heart failure. gastronomia y cia In fact, many were able to reverse their diseases.

In modern US history, one of the earliest and most prominent trials for controlling high blood pressure through dietary changes was DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension). Though not an entirely plant-based diet, it has many similarities to it. gaz 67 for sale It stressed on high intake of fresh fruits and vegetables while cutting down on the fats. Though DASH diet did not analyze the use of particular kind of food product, but it concluded that fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains were good at reducing the blood pressure in the majority of cases. Simply stated, it established the effectiveness of plant-based diet, though without explicitly stating that.

In another study in the US effect of plant-based diet on hypertension was studied. It was a trial called CARDIA (The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) with 4304 individuals analyzed for effect of plant-based diet on blood pressure. It demonstrated that more the people consumed fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains, better/lower was their blood pressure. While meat intake just had an opposite effect. High consumption of processed meat or red meat was related to elevated blood pressure. electricity online games In a similar study in Britain, dietary habits of 11,004 men and women were analyzed, and it showed that those on the plant-based diet had the lowest blood pressure.

But perhaps the biggest studies to demonstrate to the risk of an animal-based diet, and benefits of plant-based food in controlling blood pressure were NHS I, NHS II, and follow up study HPFS, which had total participants of 188,518, equaling to almost 3-million years of follow-up. All the three studies showed the relationship between hypertension and consumption of red meat or processed meat. However, only two studies (NHS II, HPFS) demonstrated the association between hypertension and seafood or poultry consumption.

Whatever be the mechanism but one thing can be said for sure that plant based diet can cure high blood pressure, and it is not merely an opinion rather a clinically proven fact, as most of these trials were government funded and large scale. These trials also demonstrated the dose-related effect, meaning that it may not be necessary to become a religious vegan, instead, cutting down on animal products and consuming plant-based diet would help. More you consume plant-based food products, better it would be for curing high blood pressure and the whole spectrum of other non-communicable diseases.