Bhagya Shree Diet Tips: Easy ways to manage high blood pressure, definitely follow Bhagya Shree's diet tips
High Blood Pressure: Diet Tips Controlling high BP requires reducing salt intake, but these are some easy tips that you can incorporate into your daily routine to ensure that you keep high blood pressure at bay.
Everyone is familiar with the problem of high blood pressure. However, there is no need to panic about a common disease like BP. Nowadays problems like high blood pressure and low blood pressure have become common. Despite being a common disease, it has made people all over the world more careful about their health. There may not be a direct cure for it completely, but you can always try to control it with your diet.
However, if you are wondering how to do that, Bhagyashree has just the tips you need. The Maine Pyaar Kiya fame actor often posts tips related to lifestyle and diet. She also runs a series on Instagram called #tuesdaytipswithB. In her series, she sensitizes her viewers about various food items, their benefits, and leading a healthy lifestyle. Her recent food tip explains how beet juice can help manage blood pressure.
Bhagyashree posted on Instagram how it affects blood pressure. In the beginning, Bhagyashree tells people that one out of every four people is suffering from BP. The biggest cause of high BP is stress which can be controlled with meditation and breathing techniques. She then adds, "Beet juice can help manage high blood pressure. Beetroot contains folate, B6, calcium, magnesium, antioxidants, and nitrates.
All these nutrients help us stay healthy." In the caption of the post, Bhagyashree also wrote, "Hypertension or high blood pressure is a common problem in today's fast lifestyle. We all know that controlling high BP requires reducing salt intake, but here are some simple tips that you can incorporate into your daily routine to ensure that you keep high blood pressure at bay. Huh. With the temperature rising outside, it is very easy for your BP to rise. A glass of beetroot juice can bring down these levels, so include it in your weekly routine, you can have a small glass of it every alternate day.