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High Blood Pressure? Have a DASH of Spark

There's More to it than Your Sodium Intake

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  • MOONSTAR6036
    I really liked this article and seems like very smart choices on food i already love. I am going to give this a try. - 11/19/2014 12:10:24 PM
  • Reading this now and thinking I would like to give this plan a try...sounds like it might help with my life style & help me lose a few lbs.
    Thanks for posting it... - 8/18/2014 6:57:44 AM
  • I would prefer to see vegetarian protein sources stand out more instead of including with nuts & seeds and dried beans detail. They should at least be given equal billing with meat based protein sources. - 12/14/2013 4:13:07 PM
  • Please come join our DASH SparkTeam!

    http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/group
    s_individual.asp - 10/27/2013 1:04:05 AM
  • BLKLILY
    It would have been nice to see what a typical day's meal(breakfast, lunch, dinner & snack) could look like using the foods listed above; otherwise great article. - 8/27/2013 5:42:33 PM
  • Good article. I have been reading up on the Dash diet and was starting to plan and track using their guidelines, but this month have been exploring the Sparkpeople site and trackers. I think both plans have similar concepts, since they are based on well rounded nutrition and finding the right balance of nutrients (as opposed to focusing on carbs or fat or protein).

    I find planning and tracking meals can be quite time consuming. Does it get easier? Is it best to concentrate on the DASH diet, SparkPeople or to use both?

    I guess the easiest way would be to just follow a meal plan from one or the other, but I like to change things around from their menus. Many great sounding meals on these plans though!

    Mal - 8/11/2013 7:53:03 PM
  • I have read several books on the DASH diet...I have even followed it for a couple of days and found that even my blood sugars stabilized. My doctor was very happy about that. I would recommend this to all who suffer from high BP and diabetes. - 6/1/2013 7:34:06 PM
  • JGMARIE80
    Thanks for this article. How do I save this? I usually e- mail articles to my son's e- mail so I can print the article and read it over again but there's not even an option to do that. - 3/24/2013 10:55:33 PM
  • This is a great article! Thanks for all the pointers for lowering hypertension,
    I would never have known some of these things without this information.
    Thanks Becky for posting this! - 2/5/2013 4:54:05 PM
  • Wow! Such a great and informative article! Just what I was looking for. Sparkpeople you never disappoint! - 9/29/2012 7:07:06 PM
  • MINNIEKS6101
    Great article! Thank you for this information! Several people I can pass it along too! - 9/21/2012 9:10:55 PM
  • Great article and I too would have liked more info on the reason minerals affect high blood pressure.

    FFLYER Thank you thank you thank you. I've actually been hurt so much with the blood pressure cuff I'm made them take it off. I had no idea it was my Grandma Batwings causing the problem. - 9/21/2012 4:11:52 PM
  • My husband started with high blood pressure. I think is hereditary. His grandfather and an aunt died of high blood pressure. His mother have high blood pressure, too. I'm very sad because I have ALS and he help me a lot. We are veterans. - 9/21/2012 3:48:57 PM
  • so, basically eat the way you should eat? LOL - 9/21/2012 2:44:41 PM
  • I am 34 years and suffer from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, I don't eat vegetables no matter how much i try is there another approach i can tale to solve the problem, cause by reading this article it sounds interesting but there are lots of food i cant eat - 8/16/2012 10:21:26 AM

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