A Drink to Lower Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the leading health conditions impacting Americans today. In fact, the CDC notes that nearly 45% of Americans have high blood pressure or hypertension. This condition can lead to a host of other health complications if left unaddressed. Exercise, diet, and lifestyle change are excellent ways to combat high blood pressure, but now there’s an even simpler way to address hypertension: a drink to lower blood pressure.

120/Life is full of ingredients that are proven to lower blood pressure and deliver a serious punch of heart-healthy vitamins and minerals to help you feel better and—most importantly—keep your blood pressure at healthy levels. Here’s how it works.

Nature’s medication

It’s always an uncomfortable and scary sensation when your doctor places you on medications to control your blood pressure. While these medications may be essential to keeping your blood pressure down, they can come with some serious side effects, depending on your overall health and specific needs. 120/Life is different.

Made from natural ingredients, 120/Life offers blood pressure-lowering power that doesn’t come with any of the side effects medications may impart. Think of it as nature’s medicine. While it is essential that you check with your doctor before changing medication or adopting a new blood pressure management regimen, 120/Life is an excellent complement to most medications and potentially a part of a path to reducing or coming off of your medications, depending on your health.

What’s inside

When we were researching the most heart-healthy foods for a drink to lower blood pressure, we spent a lot of time investigating (and rejecting) many items; we were determined to only include the most beneficial ingredients to create an amazing drink. We landed on proven ingredients that, when combined, deliver an unbeatable blend.

Pomegranate

You’ve probably seen pomegranate drinks for some time now. Their popularity has grown because the word’s out about their power to help the heart. They’re a natural ACE inhibitor, a powerful element that helps blood vessel constriction, and provides all-natural anti-sclerotic and anti-inflammatory properties to prevent scarring and blood vessel stiffness.

Cranberry

Another likely ingredient in popular beverages, cranberries are full of heart-healthy properties. When they’re not overly processed and plagued with sugar like most popular cranberry drinks, these beautiful berries remain loaded with phenolic compounds, offering anti-inflammatory properties and may reduce cardiovascular inflammation.

Hibiscus

Much more than just a delicious ingredient in teas, hibiscus is a natural ACE inhibitor that helps keep LDL or, “bad,” cholesterol at acceptable levels, while not compromising your HDL levels or, “good,” cholesterol.

Tart cherry

These little guys are packed full of vitamin C and phenolic compounds, delivering a potent punch of anti-inflammatory properties. Some studies have shown that consuming tart cherries can decrease diabetes markers, help with exercise-induced muscle soreness, and improve loss of strength.

Beetroot

Beetroot may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of heart health. By itself, beetroot possesses high levels of nitrates, which our bodies convert to nitrite and eventually nitric oxide, which is a powerful vasodilator and helps with cardiac inflammation.

Magensium

You’ve probably seen magnesium supplements and multi-vitamins boasting its powerful properties for sore muscles. That’s because magnesium is a natural smooth muscle relaxer, calcium channel blocker, and may likely increase nitric oxide production in our bodies to relax our blood vessels so blood can more easily flow.

Get your blood pressure under control with 120/Life

Whether you’ve just learned that you’re living with hypertension or you’ve been searching for ways to reduce your levels for years, 120/Life can help. It’s a powerful drink to lower blood pressure and to help you get on the path to the best health of your life.

Get started with 120/Life today.

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