Nutrition for hypertension is the most important component of antihypertensive treatment aimed at lowering blood pressure. If you do not control the diet, the disease will only progress.
To maintain good health, hypertensive patients must pay special attention to diet. Remember, the patient’s health is 80% dependent on compliance with the doctor’s prescriptions and diet therapy.
Complex saccharides (unlike simple ones) are absorbed more slowly, without causing metabolic disturbances or sudden increases in blood glucose. The best sources of high molecular weight carbohydrates are whole grain breads, cereals, berries, herbs, vegetables and fruits.