I hope you're having a great Thanksgiving weekend. After spending time with family and eating a lot of great food, you might be a little concerned about your blood pressure. If so, you might have remembered that fish oil is a great way to keep your blood pressure low. But there's something you can take with your fish oil to give your heart even more protection.
As you may know, omega-3 fatty acids are great for your heart. Researchers recently followed 2,036 young, healthy adults to see just how protective the fish oil is. They divided the participants into four groups based on their fish oil intake. They found that the adults with the highest blood pressure had the lowest omega-3 fatty acids in their blood.
And the participants with the highest omega-3 fatty acids in their blood had the lowest systolic and diastolic blood pressure. This confirms a lot of past research about fish oil and heart health.
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But some people have stubborn hypertension that doesn't fully respond to fish oil. For those patients, I suggest taking another supplement along with the fish oil. This supplement is Advanced Blood Pressure Support
. This supplement contains hibiscus, magnesium, and a blend of Chinese herbs.
I'll have more on this formula in future issues of Nutrient Insider
, especially the hibiscus. It has a lot of science behind its ability to lower blood pressure. And I've told you all about magnesium. The Chinese herbs, though, are what make this formula especially unique and effective. With 11 Chinese herbs that have been used for over 2,000 years to support the heart and keep blood pressure healthy, these herbs can lower even stubborn blood pressure.
Taking Advanced Blood Pressure Support along with Complete Daily Oils
(which I think this is the best fish oil supplement on the market) could be all you need to keep your blood pressure in a healthy range.
Your insider for better health,
Steve Kroening, ND