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I Know What Causes High Blood Pressure And What Alternative Perservatives are!


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It is simple and doesn't last forever and in my case will not take any o those prescriptions for it. They do not help but put you on a merry-go-round and they want to keep you on it. When you know the truth you will understand that as well.

It is Caffeine and there are different kinds and strengths of caffeine in this food community.

For one a cup of coffee has 100 milligrams of caffeine. It shoots your Blood Pressure up and not down like some articles are saying. I know I have experienced it.

blood pressure changes occur within 30 minutes, peak in 1-2 hours, and may persist for more than 4 hours. So if you have a Doctor's appointment within those 4 hours do not drink your coffee in the morning and never have a second cup while doing so either. Your legs will swell and people like Doctors and such will say you need to get that down fast and to take their prescriptions. They will keep you on them as they get a kickback from the Pharmaceutical companies to keep you on them. The ones I know about are Lisinopril and Amblodopene and they have been recalled and they still give them out. Don't take them! Do your research before taking any prescription.

Caffeine in Tea is a lot less than the one in coffee by half. It only has 50 milligrams of caffeine and doe not stay in my body long.

Other sources of Caffeine:

Sources of Caffeine

Coffee. 1 cup or 8 ounces of brewed coffee contains about 95 mg of caffeine. ...

  • Espresso. 1 shot or 1.5 ounces contains about 65 mg of caffeine.

  • Tea. 1 cup of black tea contains about 47 mg of caffeine. ...

  • Soda. ...

  • Chocolate (cacao). ...

  • Guarana. ...

  • Energy drinks. ...

  • Supplements.

Did You Know?

  • Caffeine is not just found in food and beverages but in various medications. It is often added to analgesics (pain relievers) to provide faster and more effective relief from pain and headaches. Headache or migraine pain is accompanied by enlarged inflamed blood vessels; caffeine has the opposite effect of reducing inflammation and narrowing blood vessels, which may relieve the pain.

  • Caffeine can interact with various medications. It can cause your body to break down a medication too quickly so that it loses its effectiveness. It can cause a dangerously fast heartbeat and high blood pressure if taken with other stimulant medications. Sometimes medication can slow the metabolism of caffeine in the body, which may increase the risk of jitteriness and irritability, especially if one tends to drink several caffeinated drinks throughout the day. If you drink caffeinated beverages daily, talk with your doctor about potential interactions when starting a new medication.

Now You Know and I KNOW too!

Additional Foods That Cause High Blood Pressure

Table Salt, Certain Condiments such as soy sauce, salad dressing, barbecue sauce, steak sauce, Saturated and transfats, Fried Foods, and Fast Food is a bad ideas all around. A lot of the food served at fast-food restaurants is processed and frozen, then cooked by frying or cooking in high-fat oils. Canned, Frozen, and Processed Foods These foods can be convenient, however, many of them contain large amounts of added salt to preserve flavor through the canning, packaging, or freezing process. Canned soups are top offenders Tomatoes and tomato-based sauces.

There are so many things that add salt to your diet.

What are the alternative preservatives to salt? Some of the most popular and effective natural preservatives available include rosemary extract, neem oil, citrus oils, citric acid, grapeseed extract, and buffered vinegar.

I am begging to wonder how we should get along with frozen anything and can' buy even fresh foods. It is beyond my thinking.


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