Water is the best drink for lowering blood pressure. Sugar-free, fat-free, calorie-free, it won't interfere with your diet. Lack of fluids can also alter blood pressure.
When the body's fluid balance is off, it can raise or lower blood pressure. (Like high BP, low BP is unhealthy.) Low water intake is associated to cardiovascular disease risk.
Beets' ruby-red hue and heart-shaped form make them good for your heart. Beet juice includes nitrates, which widen blood arteries.
68 participants who drank beet juice for two weeks decreased their blood pressure. That's impossible.
Sweet, tart pomegranate juice is a heart-healthy superhero. High potassium and antioxidant content can decrease blood pressure.
Frequently drinking the juice reduced systolic blood pressure. Pomegranate juice is the finest heart-healthy drink.
Like morning tea? Better blood pressure with green. This ancient drink's antioxidants might lower your BP (even as it perks you up with a hint of caffeine).
Green tea decreased systolic and diastolic blood pressure more than black. Green tea drinkers had lower diastolic BP than control groups.
Cow's milk rounds out our list. Pouring it on cereal can offer more than creaminess. It may lower blood pressure.
Persons who ate more than three servings of dairy daily were 36% less likely to have hypertension. Low-fat dairy (and limiting saturated fat) lowered risk.