Healthy Recipes For High-Blood Pressure

Leafy Vegetables (Arabic: الخضروات الورقية )


The potassium found in some leafy vegetables like lettuce, watercress, and spinach helps the kidneys get rid of the excess sodium in the body through the urine, which contributes to lowering high blood pressure.



Garden Salad Recipe

A recipe from the American cuisine consists of a mixture of sliced fresh vegetables such as tomato, cucumber, onion, and leafy vegetables as lettuce, watercress, and green dill torn into bite-sized pieces.

Olive oil and salt are added as a dressing before serving.

Berries (Arabic: التوت )

Berries are rich in flavonoids that play a very important rule in lowering high blood pressure.

Berry juice

ِA Levant recipe consists of berries, milk, and sugar mixed in the blender.


Banana

Eating foods rich in potassium in general, such as bananas is very beneficial for hypertensive patients.

Banana Cake with Oats and cinnamon

A very healthy recipe as all of its ingredients aid in lowering blood pressure.

This cake is made from oatmeal and brown flour, in addition to skimmed milk, baking powder, vanilla, bananas, cinnamon, honey, eggs, and raw cocoa.

Salmon, Mackerel and omega-3 rich fish

Fish is considered as an important source of omega 3 and vitamin D that helps to reduce high blood pressure.

Smoked Salmon

Salmon fish is marinated with lemon, olive oil, salt, and ginger, then inserted in the oven with potatoes and tomatoes for around 20 minutes till the fish is done.


Snacks lower blood pressure

Garlic

Garlic raises nitrate levels in the blood when ingested.

Nitrates are potent vasodilators, so they reduce blood pressure.

Mayonnaise with garlic and coriander

Mustard, egg, salt, pepper, garlic, and coriander are mixed in the blender and after a 1-minute blending start pouring the oil in the form of a thread until you get a thick consistency.

Served with sandwiches and pasta.




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