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What to Eat If You Have Low Blood Pressure

By Robert J.Matthews

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Yogurt with a lot of calcium helps keep blood pressure steady, and probiotic types lower inflammation that is linked to high blood pressure. 

Yogurt

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With all of these benefits, yogurt is a great food for lowering blood pressure and improving long-term heart health.

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Heart-healthy polyunsaturated fats, fiber, protein, and important nutrients like magnesium and potassium are all found in almonds. 

Almonds

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These help keep blood pressure levels steady and prevent dangerous drops.

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Because they have potassium, magnesium, and vitamins, sweet potatoes can keep blood pressure from dropping too low and improve blood flow at the same time. 

Sweet Potatoes

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 As an added boost of protein, healthy fats, and important minerals, eat them with almonds.

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Salmon has been shown in studies to help keep blood pressure stable by improving circulation and maintaining fluid balance through its omega-3 fatty acids.

Salmon

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Bananas have a lot of potassium, which balances out salt and keeps fluids in the body as they should so blood pressure doesn't drop too much and stays healthy overall. 

Bananas

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