Are onions beneficial ?
Are onions beneficial for our health?
and I am also wondering what the benefits of onions? which can
really reduce high blood pressure?
because my mum who has got high blood pressure for ages and
I don't like it when she take too much medicine, and things like that.
Any fantastic ideas would be very appreciated and 10 points for you
any other fruits or vegs are good for high blood pressure as well , Cheers
- tzylanLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Nutrients that Reduce High Blood Pressure
* Omega-3 Fats
It is because of their alpha-linolenic acid content omega-3 fatty acids promote a good blood circulation. These omega-3 acids make it less likely for blood platelets to form clumps in the blood, possibly causing heart attacks. Foods that contain this nutrient are:
Garlic significantly lowers the blood pressure for people suffering from hypertension. Due to its blood thinning and purifying properties, garlic is an important nutrient in any blood pressure reduction diet.
* Soluble Fiber
Beans and peas
Rice bran and barley
Tomatoes and potatoes
Quinoa and barley
* Vitamin C
Dieting Guidelines on blood Pressure Reduction
Foods To Be Avoided with High Blood Pressure
* Saturated fats :
Full fat milk
* Red meat and processed meat
* Processed Foods
- Anonymous1 decade ago
For high blood pressure. I would recommand drinking this fruit juice call: Xango. One bottle a day. It is not cheap.. but the blood pressure of my family members' became normal.
XanGo juice provides a great antioxidant.
But, when drinking it.. be careful because drinking it too much can actually create LOW blood pressure!
You might want to do more research on it.
here are some information on this product.
I hope your mother becomes better!
You can buy this product online. (States/Canada etc...) even try yahoo bid.
2009-08-28 00:53:22 補充：
One bottle a day is what my grandfather does... please do drink this depending on your personal health :)! You need to drink this for a couple of months to see the result... there are no results instantly. (according to my grandfather).