People with hypertensive symptoms are more likely to suffer from hypertensive diseases. Therefore, we recommend the following 4 points of diet control to effectively control hypertension.
Record the type and amount of food consumed and estimate the calorie for each meal, which helps to control blood pressure.
High salt leads to high blood pressure
Excessive salt intake can lead to excessive water retention, edema and increase the risk of hypertension; in fact, the Ministry of Health and Welfare recommends that adults should not exceed 2400 mg of sodium per day (ml), which is 6g of salt. Therefore, please read the ingredients of the packaging carefully before purchasing, try to select natural foods, avoid using processed foods containing too high sodium content, such as fast food, cooking packs, canned food, etc.
Expert studies have found that potassium plays an important role in balancing the body’s sodium content. Insufficient potassium intake can lead to excessive salinity in the body. Therefore, trying to eat more potassium foods will help to control blood pressure.
Do not drink too much
Alcohol stimulates increased blood pressure, so controlling alcohol intake is essential to avoid hypertension.
In addition, in addition to the above general diet control, doctors usually recommend “Diet” for hypertension patients. Please continue to read more about Diet.
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension
DASH Diet, originally written as ‘Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension’ means ‘Start with Dietary “to stop hypertension”, the principle of Dexu diet is simple, is to take foods that are good for the heart, such as low-fat, low cholesterol, low sodium, rich in high-quality protein, nutrients and fiber, can help Prevention of hypertension, there are many beneficial benefits for the body.
Do not consume foods containing saturated fats, trans fats and cholesterol.
Eat more fruits and vegetables, whole grains, chicken, nuts and fish.
Less sodium, less sugar, less red meat.
Diet starts with low sodium.
Diet includes controlling the type and amount of food consumed daily. The intake of each meal depends on the amount of calories required for the day. calories and converting it into a daily diet is not easy. It is recommended that patients with hypertension reduce their daily intake of sodium to less than 2400 mg until the body gets used to such a diet, then Daily reduction to 1500 mg per day.