Hypertension diet

High Blood Pressure: No Laughing Matter

Laughter may be the best medicine, but if you suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure as it’s commonly known, you know the condition called the silent killer is no laughing matter. And while regular doctor visits and medication can be important tools in treating hypertension, a healthy lifestyle anchored by a healthy diet is also critical to bringing the illness under control.

A Matter of Life and Death

Uncontrolled, hypertension is a major risk factor for developing heart disease –that can lead to heart attacks and stroke – and other serious health conditions that can cause damage to the eyes, kidney and brain. Without periodic screening, high blood pressure can go undetected for years since many who suffer from it may have no symptoms or ignore common symptoms that can include headaches, nosebleeds, dizziness, and fatigue.

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The good news is that hypertension can be controlled. Combined with exercise, the right diet plan can work wonders in helping bring blood pressure down to healthy levels and reducing the need for medication, although medication may still be required.

If you suspect you have hypertension, consult your physician. Then take control of your diet. And since stress can be a major contributing factor to high blood pressure, we’ve made it simple and stress-free to do just that with our affordable, easy to follow and decidedly delicious Hypertension Meal Plans.

• Day-by-day meal planner with complete meal menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, including beverages

• A variety of healthy snacks

• Designed by doctors and top chefs for healthy nutrition and great taste

• Precise portion sizes for optimum benefit

• Available in 1, 2 and 4-week plans

• Choice of 1,300, 1,600 and 2,000 calorie menus, whichever’s right for you

Our reduced sodium hypertension diet plans are rich in whole grains, fish, poultry, fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes, and low-fat dairy, foods that are high in protein and key nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, fiber, and potassium, proven to reduce the harmful effects of sodium that contribute to high blood pressure.

Remember, meal plans and healthy nutrition can only go so far in reversing hypertension if lifestyle changes aren’t made as well, including getting more exercise, stopping smoking, and reducing caffeine and alcohol consumption.

Why not start cooking and eating healthier today? Getting on the fast track to a healthier new you is as simple as selecting and ordering one of our affordable, convenient, healthy and delicious plans today. 


  1. Does running prevent hypertension?

  2. Running is one of the oldest types of sports. Jogging promotes a good mood and reduces stress. In addition, the cardiovascular system is trained and the body's defences are strengthened. Running also helps to combat obesity, one of the most common causes of hypertension.