Blood pressure and body weight are closely linked, and the tendency is that when your weight increases, so does your blood pressure.
This being said, it can really help to lower your blood pressure if you lose weight, and it is also important to make sure that you are at a good weight before you develop signs of high blood pressure.
Here are 5 easy steps to help you lose weight and manage your blood pressure levels…
Step 1: Exercise
Exercise in any form can help along your weight loss efforts – whether it is walking, running, swimming, cycling, or even working in your garden.
Ideally you want to exercise at least 30 minutes per day, 5 times a week.
Step 2: Eat Right
Follow a reduced-calorie diet filled with healthy foods that promote weight loss and help lower your blood pressure. Fruits and vegetables are low-calorie options that can help create a calorie deficit while also lowering your blood pressure. Whole grain foods, low-fat dairy products and a low presence of saturated fats and cholesterol are also beneficial.
Follow the very easy Manna Diet in the free e-book.
Step 3: Quit Smoking and Drink Less Alcohol
These habits can impact your body in such a way that it makes weight-loss more difficult, and increases your blood pressure.
Step 4: Drink Enough Water
Drinking plenty of water can help flush out toxins from the body, which can help you lose weight and manage your blood pressure.
For effective long term relief, take a supplement like the Manna Blood Sugar Support to help with blood sugar control as well as to reduce high blood pressure the natural way, without any side effects.