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10 Foods To Avoid If You Have High Blood Pressure

Salt/Sodium - High sodium intake can increase blood pressure. Avoid or limit salt and high-sodium foods such as processed foods, canned soups, and fast food.

Delicatessen Meats - Processed meats like ham, salami, and bacon are high in sodium and preservatives, which can raise blood pressure.

Pickled Foods - Foods preserved in brine, such as pickles and olives, tend to be high in sodium, contributing to increased blood pressure.

Frozen Pizza - Often loaded with sodium, saturated fats, and preservatives, frozen pizzas can be a poor choice for managing blood pressure.

Alcohol - Drinking alcohol in excess can negatively affect blood pressure, so it's advisable to limit intake or avoid it altogether.

Sugary Foods and Beverages - High intake of sugar can lead to weight gain, which is a risk factor for high blood pressure. This includes candy, sodas, and other sweetened beverages.

Red Meat - High in saturated fats, consuming large amounts of red meat can contribute to the buildup of plaque in arteries, raising blood pressure.

Full-Fat Dairy - Full-fat dairy products contain saturated fats that can increase blood pressure. Opt for low-fat or fat-free dairy alternatives instead.

Deep-Fried Foods - Foods fried in unhealthy oils can increase cholesterol levels, leading to higher blood pressure. Avoid or limit foods like french fries, fried chicken, and doughnuts.

Refined Carbohydrates - White bread, white rice, and other refined carbs can cause spikes in blood sugar and contribute to weight gain, indirectly affecting blood pressure.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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