Tasty Treats To Reduce High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol

Tasty Treats To Reduce High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol

Are you worried about blood pressure and cholesterol levels? Then you should start a healthy diet. Without any medications, certain foods can naturally lower your blood pressure.

However, due to busy schedules, you may not have enough time to prepare a diet with proper nutrition. Most people nowadays are turning into juicing, which includes a variety of beneficial fruits and vegetables, as it can be prepared easily and quickly.

Which Fruits And Vegetables Are Helpful?

Here are some of the healthy fruits and vegetables that you can be added to your daily routine in order to begin lowering your blood pressure and improving your health.

  1. Green leafy vegetables
  2. Grapefruit
  3. Ginger and turmeric
  4. Kiwifruits
  5. Berries
  6. Beetroots
  7. Lemon
  8. Celery

Blueberries contain anthocyanins, which help protects against hypertension. It, therefore, lowers the risk of high blood pressure.

Similarly, kiwi fruit can lower blood pressure levels due to its potassium, magnesium, and calcium content. Other sources of the same minerals include bananas, nectarines, and peaches.

As some foods are valuable to your health and lower blood pressure, beetroots can instantly provide results.

Try these easy juice recipes that can prevent high blood pressure and cholesterol:

Healthy Heart-beet Juice

This juice recipe has a high dose of beetroot.


1 beetroot
1 lemon
1 green apple
1-inch ginger root
2 medium carrots
3-4 radishes (optional)

Process all the ingredients in your juicer. Shake or stir before serving.

Anti-Oxidation Juice

This juice recipe includes combinations that are even better than any blood pressure medications. It renders cholesterol harmless by working as an antioxidant in the body. This is not recommended if you are on medication.


4 ribs of celery
1 large grapefruit
1 green apple
½ bulb of fennel
1-inch ginger root
1 lime

Minty Berry

This glass of berries has high antioxidant content that can lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Always see to it that you use organic fruits and vegetables for smoothies.


1 cup of frozen raspberries and blueberries mixed
about 30 leaves of peppermint
5-6 whole strawberries
½ cup of water or coconut water
1 tablespoon of honey or to desired taste
1 cup of kefir
a pinch of cinnamon powder

Use a blender to make this delicious smoothie

Start making simple changes to your diet by adding these delicious and refreshing smoothies. In this way, you will be able to receive nutrition and beneficial nutrients that have the power to lower your blood pressure.



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