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Lifestyle changes can help control your blood pressure. Eating a balanced diet that includes all food groups and avoiding foods high in sodium, saturated fats, or simple sugars could be beneficial for BP sufferers.
“High blood pressure is a common, non-communicable disease that usually goes undiagnosed. People with obesity and type 2 diabetes are prone to developing high blood pressure and therefore the risk of stroke. Therefore, addressing the root cause is crucial to prevent future complications.” Dietary Approaches The DASH (to Stop Hypertension) diet is a healthy eating pattern designed specifically for people with hypertension. It largely limits foods high in sodium, saturated fats, and simple sugars, and includes foods high in nutrients like potassium, calcium, and magnesium,” says Dr. Eileen Canday, HoD, Nutrition at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital.