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  • Heart Health 101: The Best Diet to Prevent Hypertension

    May 21, 2020 3 min read

    Heart Health 101: The Best Diet to Prevent Hypertension - 120/Life

    Having our blood pressure screened every time we visit the doctor is a routine procedure. Whether you are 5 years old or 55 years old, having lower blood pressure is an important indicator of your overall health and wellness.

    According to the American Heart Association, a normal blood pressure reading is 120/80. The first number is your systolic blood pressure, an indicator of the amount of pressure your blood is exerting when your heart beats. The second number is your diastolic blood pressure. It is an indicator of the amount of pressure your blood is exerting against your heart’s artery walls between heartbeats.

    Health professionals, especially cardiologists, pay more attention to the systolic blood pressure since it is a major risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease in people over age 50.

    What is Hypertension?

    Individuals with systolic readings of 130 or greater are diagnosed with hypertension. There are three stages of hypertension.

    • Stage 1 – Blood pressure consistently ranges from 130-139 systolic or 80-89 diastolic. Lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, are usually prescribed.
    • Stage 2 – Blood pressure consistently reads at 140/90 or higher. It is at this stage when doctors begin recommending medications to control blood pressure and lifestyle changes.
    • Crisis Stage – Immediate attention is required for this stage, which includes readings exceeding 180/120. Chest pain, shortness of breath, back pain, and numbness/weakness can occur with readings this high.

    High blood pressure is not just a risk factor for heart attacks. It also can increase your likelihood of having a stroke.

    The Best Diet to Prevent Hypertension

    Ideally, doctors prefer to get hypertension under control before it advances beyond stage 1. Numerous studies suggest the best way to do it is through a combination of diet and exercise. But what is the best diet to prevent hypertension?

    For 120/Life founder Ira Antelis, this came in the form of a revolutionary drink mix he created after conducting exhaustive research about natural ways to lower his own blood pressure. His drink solution worked so well for him, he decided to share it with others who shared his goal of lowering their blood pressure without the use of medications that can cause unpleasant side effects.

    The 120/Life miracle drink includes the right mix of several key ingredients.

    1. Pomegranate

    A natural ACE inhibitor, pomegranate prevents blood vessels from constricting too much. It also is a natural anti-sclerotic and anti-inflammatory, which can help prevent scarring and stiffening of blood vessels.

    2. Cranberry

    Cranberries contain high levels of phenolic compounds, which have an anti-inflammatory effect. These compounds can decrease C-reactive protein — a marker of cardiovascular inflammation — and reduce the level of triglycerides in the bloodstream.

    3. Hibiscus

    Another natural ACE inhibitor, it also acts as a natural potassium-sparing diuretic. It can help prevent water retention without draining our bodies of potassium. It also keeps LDL (bad) cholesterol in check.

    4. Tart Cherry

    A rich source of vitamin C and phenolic compounds, tart cherry acts as an NADH oxidase inhibitor, protecting the heart from inflammation.

    5. Beetroot

    Beetroot contains high levels of nitrates, which the body can convert into a potent vasodilator. This helps to keep arteries open and blood flowing properly.

    6. Magnesium

    A natural calcium channel blocker, magnesium relaxes and widens blood vessels.

    Our Mission for Healthier Hearts

    At 120/Life, we have made it our mission to help keep blood pressure normal for everyone. In fact, we are so sure of our product’s effectiveness we offer a two-week trial offer. If you do not see lower blood pressure readings in 14 days, return our product for a full refund. Contact us today to start your journey toward a healthier heart!

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