Quiz: Improve blood pressure and heart health
dash diet

The diet you should try is...

THE DASH DIET

DASH is an acronym for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension.

It's a diet often recommended to people who want to prevent or treat hypertension (high blood pressure) and reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke.

The DASH diet is backed by many high quality studies and focuses on vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean meats.

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Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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dash diet

The diet you should try is...

THE DASH DIET

DASH is an acronym for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension.

It's a diet often recommended to people who want to prevent or treat hypertension (high blood pressure) and reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke.

The DASH diet is backed by many high quality studies and focuses on vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean meats.

Click here to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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Vegetarian or Vegan diet

The diet you should try is...

VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN DIET

Plant foods are typically far lower in calories and sodium compared with animal foods.

Therefore cutting animal products from your diet will usually result in fewer calories consumed and lower overall sodium intake, which leads to automatic weight loss and reduced blood pressure.

In fact, the data consistently shows that vegetarians and vegans are thinner than the average person and have better metabolic health markers such as blood pressure (1415).

Click here to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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Vegetarian or Vegan diet

The diet you should try is...

VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN DIET

Plant foods are typically far lower in calories and sodium compared with animal foods.

Therefore cutting animal products from your diet will usually result in fewer calories consumed and lower overall sodium intake, which leads to automatic weight loss and reduced blood pressure.

In fact, the data consistently shows that vegetarians and vegans are thinner than the average person and have better metabolic health markers such as blood pressure (1415).

Click here to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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Intermittent Fasting diet

The diet you should try is...

INTERMITTENT FASTING

Intermittent fasting (IF) refers to an eating pattern that cycles between periods of fasting and eating.

It doesn't say anything about which foods you should eat, but rather when you should eat them.

Common intermittent fasting protocols involve daily 16 hour fasts, or fasting for 24 hours, twice per week.

By making you eat fewer meals, intermittent fasting can lead to an overall reduction in blood pressure

Click here to learn more.

Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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Intermittent Fasting diet

The diet you should try is...

INTERMITTENT FASTING

Intermittent fasting (IF) refers to an eating pattern that cycles between periods of fasting and eating.

It doesn't say anything about which foods you should eat, but rather when you should eat them.

Common intermittent fasting protocols involve daily 16 hour fasts, or fasting for 24 hours, twice per week.

By making you eat fewer meals, intermittent fasting can lead to an overall reduction in blood pressure

Click here to learn more.

Disclaimer: Each suggestion may not be right for every individual. At Diet vs Disease, we believe in providing readers with the information to make their own healthy choices based on a variety of eating patterns. As always, consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet.

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