High blood pressure: The key food component to lower your reading – 'essential'


The second mechanism focuses on relaxing your blood vessels, which consequently helps to lower your reading, the Harvard Medical School details.

Furthermore, research has shown a link between potassium intake and higher blood pressure.

“On the flip side, people who already have high blood pressure can significantly lower their systolic (top number) blood pressure by increasing their potassium intake when they choose to eat healthy foods,” the school adds.

To meet your daily target for this mineral, you need 3,500mg of potassium a day, according to the NHS.


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