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Controlling High Blood Pressure

Friday, 10 August 2018 01:36 PM Current | Bio | Archive

One of the more common problems I hear about is high blood pressure, also called hypertension.

In most cases, high blood pressure can be controlled by eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, along with nuts, beans, and seeds.

But in some cases, more is required.

One of the often overlooked causes of hypertension is H. pylori infection of the stomach.

In fact, getting rid of the bacterial infection can correct many cases of high blood pressure.

It is also worth noting that salty food is associated with higher risk of H. pylori infection. That may be the reason some cases of hypertension are linked to salt consumption.

Most recent studies agree that inflammation, especially chronic inflammation, is the major cause of hypertension.

Therefore, things that reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure.

Here is a combination that I have used with great success. These supplements should not be taken with blood pressure medications without advice from your doctor.

It is also important to monitor blood pressure daily when on this protocol.

• Hawthorn — 500 mg three times a day, taken with meals

• PeptACE — one to two capsules three times a day

• Quercenase — 250 mg three times a day with meals

• Tocotrienol — 125 mg capsules, two caps three times a day

Tocotrienol is one of the few natural compounds that lowers elevated diastolic blood pressure, which is more difficult to control.

It is also one of the most potent anti-inflammatory forms of vitamin E, and has very powerful anticancer effects as well.

Combining a healthy diet with these supplements can lower elevated blood pressure in most people. As blood pressure comes under control, you may be able to quit taking the hawthorn.

PeptACE is a natural protein from a fish (bonito) that suppresses the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) that is associated with elevated blood pressure and inflammation.

Unlike the ACE inhibiting medications, this natural ACE inhibitor is safe and has few side effects.

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