High Blood Pressure Issue
- 07-02-2013, 06:56 PM
High Blood Pressure Issue
Sup guys, not new to the site but actually registered today because bb.com has gotten a little to uhh censored for me. Anyway, my blood pressure is 150/80. This is the second appointment btw (5 days apart). I cut out a lot of salts from my diet to the point where I am eating unseasoned steak and chicken. I am eating more greens and fruits, especially those high in Potassium. My diet looks like this on an ideal day.
1- Whole Eggs and Whites, Oatmeal, banana and a coffee.
2- Either a chicken breast sub with lettuce and tomato or a casein shake and banana.
3- Steak or chicken, Potato or corn, and plain spinach or broccoli
4- Post workout 2 scoops weigh, 2 scoops dextrose
5- Steak and some other veggie and 2 bananas
So idk if im eating wrong... or I smoke like 2 cigarettes a day when my friends come over (if they don't I dont smoke) I used to smoke but quit kinda.
Another thing I was on vacation in Aruba three weeks ago and had a 12 hour binge on white... dont know if this would still effect me.
Lastly I am on Ostarine, only thing I ever took outside the natural realm. Been on for a while now, but really noticed no sides at all....maybe lethargy.
Btw I don't do cardio per say but I train very intense towards the end of the workout, drop sets, super sets, and rest pause for example. I'm always drenched in sweat. Help me.
- 07-15-2013, 02:51 PM
how much sodium and potassium are you taking in?
how much water are you drinking?
do you do cardio?1300 pound club, 1400 in site
07-15-2013, 03:22 PM
07-21-2013, 01:29 AM
Thanks for this wonderful information about high blood pressure problem. Its a common issue and many people have this problem. To prevent from high blood pressure it is good to eat well and healthy food only and drink green tea because it helps in reducing high blood pressure. Fruits are also good.
Vernon Hills Fitness
07-21-2013, 01:33 PM
If you want to lower blood pressure then you need to:
Eat more saturated fats.
Stop cutting salt out of your diet.
No carbs, especially sugar, or maybe even fasting from food completely for a day or two.
Get a full nights of uninterrupted sleep.
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