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How to Lower Diastolic Blood Pressure

Posted by Lisa Nelson, RD, LN on January 16, 2009

I’m frequently asked how to lower diastolic (bottom number) blood pressure, so I wanted to give you some good tips to see results.

First of all, you need to have a solid foundation in place that supports a low blood pressure. If you’re not sure what this entails visit http://www.enutritionservices.com/controlbloodpressure.html.

It’s important that your potassium, calcium, and magnesium intakes are adequate. Studies show that potassium can reduce diastolic blood pressure 2.5 mmHg, calcium 1.5 mmHg, and magnesium 3.4 mmHg.

Don’t forget omega 3 fatty acids. Studies show that consuming fish for one meal everyday decreases diastolic blood pressure 3.0 mmHg. Fish oil supplements are also and option. If you are confused about the benefits of omega 3 fatty acids, how they reduce heart disease risk and blood pressure, foods that contain omega 3 fatty acids, how to increase your omega 3 intake, and how to choose the best supplement, I recommend the e-course Omega 3’s and Your Heart Health. I take you step by step through setting up a diet high in omega 3 fatty acids to promote heart health.

With any supplement or nutrient – don’t go overboard! More is not necessarily better.

All the best,

Lisa Nelson, RD
Diet to Lower High Blood Pressure Naturally

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