January 29

The Truth On High Blood Pressure Explained

Filed under More Than Raw Foods, Raw Food & Health by Frederic Patenaude

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High blood pressure has always been something we’ve been warned against and told that if your blood pressure is too high, it invites a host of other problems like heart disease and strokes, among others.

Would it surprise you to find out that high blood pressure isn’t in and of itself a condition that need to be feared or avoided, but simply a result or symptom of an otherwise unhealthy body?

Check out this video today by Dr. John McDougall as he shares with you a few enlightening thoughts on blood pressure and the importance of keeping your arteries clean.

You’ll learn:

  • Why high blood pressure isn’t really the disease many people have been told.
  • How and why the heart raises the pressure of your blood.
  • Why it doesn’t make any sense to take medications or supplements to lower your blood pressure without addressing the underlying cause of the high blood pressure first.
  • How you can easily mange your blood pressure with lifestyle factors that you control all on your own.

I think Dr. McDougall brings up some important distinctions when it comes to not only how we treat high blood pressure, but also how we interpret it. This distinction is important not just to the understanding of disease, but how we then treat it.

It’s also clear that there is not one specific cause of high blood pressure, like sodium or salt intake for example. The determining factor of how healthy your arteries are ultimately determines how stable your blood pressure is, and your heart and artery health are affected by a larger number of factors.

What have been your experiences with blood pressure and artery health? Let us know in the comments below!

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2 Responses to “The Truth On High Blood Pressure Explained”

  1. sheri says:

    I have in the past had problems with this, my computer does not have sound, how can I read what the video was about?

  2. mona says:

    Ty…I have been following and recommending Dr McDougall and his fantastic books for over 25 yrs and now I have enjoyed him on video..ty again

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