How to live longer: A daily glass of 'pure fruit juice' can lower blood pressure

“Salt raises your blood pressure. The more salt you eat, the higher your blood pressure,” the NHS made clear.

Simple steps can include forgoing any salt in your cooking, and refraining from adding the seasoning onto your meals.

It’s also helpful to eat a “low-fat diet” that includes whole grain carbohydrates and plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Other measures include limiting your alcohol intake, losing weight, and getting active.


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