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Also indexed as: Blood Pressure (High), Elevated Blood Pressure, High Blood Pressure, Nightime Hypertension

The right diet is the key to managing many diseases and to improving general quality of life. For this condition, scientific research has found benefit in the following healthy eating tips.

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Add some fiberSeveral studies have shown that adding around 7 grams of fiber per day to the diet reduces blood pressure, although other studies have not shown a benefit.
Fry with good oilsFrying with more stable oils (such as olive oil) does not appear to increase high blood pressure risk, unlike cooking with unstable oils such as sunflower, corn, canola, and flaxseed.
Limit sugar Some doctors recommend that people with high blood pressure eat less sugar, as it has been reported to increase blood pressure in short-term trials.
Try a vegetarian dietVegetarians have lower blood pressure than meat eaters, partly because fruits and vegetables contain potassium—a known blood pressure–lowering mineral.
Try some tomatoIn one study, supplementing with a tomato extract significantly lowered blood pressure in people with hypertension.
Cut back on coffeeIn some studies, coffee drinking has led to small increases in blood pressure. Many doctors tell people with high blood pressure to avoid caffeinated products.
Sidestep saltAvoid using too much table salt, limit salty fast foods, and read labels to find low-sodium foods in your grocery store.
Try a hypoallergenic dietIn one study, people with migraines who also had high blood pressure experienced a significant drop in blood pressure when put on a hypoallergenic diet.
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