Diet Tips for Hypertensive Patients in Spring
Taking the first bite of spring vegetables at your dinner table is a welcome change from winter’s hearty abundance. Besides the bright pink radishes or tender asparagus spears that are most commonly taken, you’ll also find more unexpected options, so will hypertensive patients.
But when you enjoy the fresh and tasty spring recipes, familiarize yourself, especially the hypertensive patients, with the healthy dietary recommendations for this season.
Synergy therapy and studies suggest that changing one’s diet may actually be a useful tool in preventing headache, insomnia and dizziness caused by hypertension. Follow the four tips below to balance your diet and reap the benefits.
1. Replace the fat and cholesterol-packed foods with bright delicate vegetables.
Food Intake Comparison
2. Swap out your dinner meat and opt for flavorful herbs instead of high intakes of protein and salt.
3. Quit smoking and limit your alcohol consumption.
4. Herb it up!
Luckily, the abundance of commercially available herbal dietary supplements is at an all-time high.