If you want to lower your blood pressure, you can do so naturally. You don’t need medication. You don’t even have to change your diet or exercise either.
One very simple way to do this is to increase your magnesium.
This invaluable mineral is important to the health of every cell and organ, especially your heart. Playing a role in over 600 different reactions in your body.
Unfortunately, researchers estimate that up to 80% of American do not get enough magnesium from their diet to replace the magnesium lost.1
Magnesium & Blood Pressure
If you didn’t already know, 1 out of 3 Americans (33%) suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension).3 … which can increase your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Sadly, ½ of these people don’t even know they have hypertension and less than 20% have this under control.3
However, the good news is that in a clinical study5, people who had the highest levels of serum magnesium, had a
- 48% lower risk of hypertension
- 69% lower risk of type 2 diabetes
- 42% lower risk for CAC, which is the hardening of your arteries.
All very positive for your heart and overall health.
Better Than A Drug?
One type of drug prescribed for hypertension are “calcium channel blockers”. These are medicines which relax and widen blood vessels, therefore allowing the blood to flow through the blood vessels smoothly, lowering blood pressure.
The good news is that magnesium acts like a calcium channel blocker, easing blood vessel flow and lowering blood pressure – naturally, without any synthetic drugs.
It was found in a human clinical study6 of more than 8,500 people that a higher intake of magnesium may decrease the risk of high blood pressure.
Where To Get Your Magnesium From
As far as best “magnesium-rich” foods, most of it is greens and vegetables:
|Spinach||Beet greens||Collard greens|
|Turnip greens||Broccoli||Brussels sprouts|
|Kale||Bok choy||Romaine lettuce|
Raw seeds: Pumpkin, sesame and sunflower have the highest
Raw nuts: Cashews, almonds and Brazil nuts are the best sources
Fatty fish: Wild-caught Alaskan salmon and mackerel are the best sources
Unfortunately, getting optimal magnesium levels can be difficult because most foods are depleted of vitamins and mineral.
Obviously, taking a pill a lot easier and more efficient. Unfortunately, there are about 9 common forms of magnesium supplements, which can get very confusing. Plus, most supplements of magnesium are poorly absorbed.
So What’s The Best Form?
Over the years, I’ve tested many different forms and combinations and I’ve discovered the best is a combination of 4 different magnesium’s, which are clinically proven for maximum absorption:
- TRAACS® Magnesium Glycinate
- Amino Acid Chelate
- Albion® Di-Magnesium Malate
- Magnesium Citrate
Making It Work Better
However, there’s a special way to make Magnesium work 3x better and that’s to combine it with 5 other specific food “extracts” that are clinically proven to lower your blood pressure naturally.
In fact, this is the same formula my own dad uses to lower his blood pressure.
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