June 25, 2013

“Blood Pressure Down” by Janet Bond Brill Ph.D. R.D. – The Easy and Natural Anti-Hypertension Plan

Blood Pressure Down by Janet Bond Brill Ph.D. R.D. – The Easy and Natural Anti-Hypertension Plan
Even though high blood pressure is one of the most common conditions on the planet, many people who have it don't even know it and are setting themselves up for bigger problems down the line.

If left untreated, the condition could eventually lead to a number of cardiovascular and renal problems, and the worst part is that it doesn’t even exhibit any symptoms, other than a high blood pressure of course. Fortunately, the condition is relatively easy to treat and prevent without using any drugs, and that’s what Blood Pressure Down by Janet Bond Brill Ph.D. R.D. was written for.

What Blood Pressure Down is All About

So what precisely are you going to be getting when you open the pages of this book? For starters, plenty of information on the condition itself, its causes, the various treatment options, and why trying to remedy it with food is the best first solution you could try. Janet Bond Brill does, after all, hold a Ph.D. in nutrition and exercise physiology (she also holds a Doctorate in this the latter one as well), and her knowledge on the subject should really be beyond questioning.

Apart from learning about health and high blood pressure from a real expert on the subject, you’re also going to learn more than you ever did in regards to food, how it acts on your body, what nutrients it brings, and so on and so forth. In other words, by the end of it you’ll have a very clear picture of not only what foods to eat to keep your blood pressure low, but what you should eat to stay healthy in general.

The Blood Pressure Down Plan

Naturally I cannot go in great depth when discussing the actual plan they are offering, but I can tell you that it does indeed last four weeks (a very realistic amount of time), and it is only based on changing your diet. You won’t be asked to take any drugs nor will you have to make any purchases in regards to exercising equipment and such.

It consists of ten different steps, and through it all you are going to be learning how to best harness all the nutrients in some basic foods you probably eat every day, how to set up a dieting and exercising regime, not to mention that you’ll benefit from more than fifty original, simple and very easy-to-prepare recipes.

Why Try Blood Pressure Down Plan

So what makes this book actually worth trying? Well, to explain it bluntly, this is a diet that is actually centered on lowering blood pressure and maintaining it at normal levels, even after you are through with the program. It’s not just a glorified fad diet, it’s something that actually works if you stick to it, especially according to those who have tried it. No, the road won’t exactly be easy, but after a few weeks everything will feel like second-nature to you, and keeping your blood pressure at healthy levels will just be a matter of habit.

All in all, high blood pressure is not something you should be living with, and Blood Pressure Down is offering what is perhaps the safest and most successful method in permanently reducing it. There will always be time to take pharmaceuticals and destroy your body with chemicals and their side effects… the natural method, on the other hand, won’t harm you in the slightest bit, even if by some misfortune it doesn’t work. The slight risk is very well worth the reward in this case.

Related articles:

Frequently Asked Questions on Hypertension (or High Blood Pressure)
High Blood Pressure Diet – Fighting Hypertension with Food
The Basic Guide to Understanding High Blood Pressure
Controlling your High Blood Pressure with the Help of Foods
How You can Prevent High Blood Pressure
What are the Symptoms of High Blood Pressure – An In-Depth Overview

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The High Blood Pressure Solution by Richard D. Moore – Solving Hypertension through Balance

The High Blood Pressure Solution by Richard D. Moore is a book, which apart from containing plenty of information on hypertension, also offers a scientifically-formulated program which focuses on using nutrition (no chemicals or pharmaceuticals) in order to lower and stabilize one’s blood pressure.

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