The Secret Cure for High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is a silent epidemic… and it’s one that can produce deadly results.
Hypertension can put you on the fast track for a heart attack, stroke, and vascular dementia.
Of course, most people turn to blood pressure meds for a quick fix, even though these drugs are some of the most dangerous around.
Fortunately, there’s an easier (and better) way to get your blood pressure under control.
Because most people who have high blood pressure have one simple nutrient deficiency.
And addressing it won’t just lower your high blood pressure, it could CURE it.
A study published in the World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases revealed for the first time that people with high blood pressure have one important thing in common: they don’t get enough magnesium in their diet.
The researchers looked at the dietary intake of those with – and without – high blood pressure.
And while the vast majority of the subjects weren’t consuming enough magnesium (hypertensive or not), the people with high blood pressure consumed MUCH less magnesium than those with normal blood pressure.
So now the big question is, can boosting your magnesium levels lower your blood pressure – and the answer is yes!
One research team combed through 34 studies involving more than 2,000 patients, and time and again the results were the same… magnesium supplementation reduces blood pressure.
And it’s no wonder! Lab studies show that magnesium prevents blood vessels from constricting and improves blood flow – two critical factors in keeping your blood pressure right where it should be.
Before turning to blood pressure meds that you’ll likely be on for the rest of your life, why not give magnesium a try?
If you want to add more magnesium-rich foods to your diet, the best sources are almonds, Brazil nuts, spinach, and dark chocolate.
Unfortunately, diet alone likely isn’t going to fix your deficiency. Even foods that are supposed to be loaded with magnesium, aren’t – a sad result of our overworked, nutrient-poor soils.
I recommend taking either magnesium glycinate or magnesium threonate because they are more easily absorbed by the body than other magnesium supplements.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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