High Blood Pressure TopicsShow More
Adding these heart-healthy bites to your diet could help you keep your BP in check.
When you have high blood pressure, knowing what to eat is important but knowing what to skip is even more crucial. Check out these foods to avoid if you have high BP.
Heart disease steals millions of lives each year. Yours doesn’t have to be one of them.
Low levels of the mineral zinc, which helps support the immune system, may lead to hypertension (high blood pressure) by affecting the kidneys, researchers say.
A Western diet of processed foods and added salt is a primary cause of the blood pressure increases typically seen with age in developed areas of the world.
A diet high in fried and processed foods and sugar-sweetened beverages is a major risk factor for higher rates of high blood pressure in black Americans.
Are avocado seeds safe to eat for lowering blood pressure? Here’s what the health professionals have to say.
Learn more about the different varieties of tomatoes and the best ways to add them into your diet to improve overall health and lower your blood pressure.
Excessive amounts of sugar, not salt, may be more strongly and directly linked to hypertension and the risk of developing cardiovascular problems.
There’s no denying it—Americans consume twice the recommended amount of sodium they need every day.