Heart disease and high blood pressure are thought of as a middle-aged man's disease. However, their occurrence is increasing rapidly among younger women as well. Fatty diets, high salt intake, smoking and a sedentary lifestyle all increase the likelihood of developing high blood pressure. Treat this condition by adopting a healthier lifestyle including regular exercise, a low-fat diet and consider using some green superfood made from naturally-dried leaves.
Nutritious superfood solutions
Superfood plants reduce blood pressure in three ways. Firstly, they can thin the blood, making it easier for it to flow through constricted arteries. As part of a balanced diet and regular exercice they can also help to lower cholesterol and act as an antioxidant, inhibiting the formation of plaque in the arteries. And they can boost circulation and can help to reduce fatty deposits on arterial walls.
The ultimate heart food Moringa powder regulates blood pressure, strengthens and balances the heart and circulation.