Best Drinks for High Blood Pressure

1. Water

Research shows that when the body's fluid balance is out of whack, it can wreak havoc on blood pressure, causing it to increase or dramatically decrease.

(That's not a good thing—just like high BP, very low blood pressure isn't desirable for health.) Habitually low water intake has been linked to increased future risk for adverse cardiovascular events

With their ruby-red color and shape resembling a heart, beets (and their juice) happen to be an excellent choice for your ticker. Beet juice contains nitrates,

2. Beet Juice

substances that dilate your blood vessels, allowing the unimpeded flow of blood. In a 2014 study 68 subjects who drank just over eight ounces of beet juice for two weeks lowered both their systolic

and diastolic blood pressure. You can't beet that!

Between its high levels of potassium and incredible antioxidant content, it's worth raising a glass to lower your blood pressure.

3. Pomegranate Juice

This ancient beverage packs an antioxidant punch that could help your BP simmer down (even as it perks you up with a hint of caffeine).

4. Green Tea

A 2020 meta-analysis of five clinical trials found that regular tea intake resulted in reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure—but that the green variety won out over black.

You might be surprised at the beverage that rounds out our list: good old-fashioned cow's milk. Pouring some on your breakfast cereal might add more than creamy goodness.

5. Low-fat milk

It could contribute to healthier blood pressure.According to an older study from 2006, people who consumed more than three servings of dairy per day were 36% less likely to have hypertension

than those who ate just a half-serving each day. People who opted for low-fat dairy (and limited their saturated fat in general) had an even lower risk.


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