The main culprits of hypertension are overweight and malnutrition. For example, an excess of sodium (common s alt), which impedes water-s alt metabolism, leads to an increase in pressure. A diet for hypertension will help bring blood pressure back to normal - see the menu for the week here.
Diet for hypertension: menu
150 g water-based oatmeal with low-fat milk, low-fat natural yogurt, a handful of nuts such as almonds, and ½ banana. Potassium content 890-900 mg.
Salad (1 medium red bell pepper and 1 medium tomato sliced) with 2 tbsp. spoons of yogurt dressing with cheese (mix in a mixer 125 g of yogurt, 100 g of cheese, a bunch of greens, a clove of garlic and a pinch of black pepper), 120-140 g of baked chicken fillet, 1-2 tangerines. Potassium content 1100-1200 mg.
150 g baked fish or stewed beef liver, 150 green beans, 1-2 slices of whole grain bread and 1-2 baked apples for dessert. Potassium content 1600−1700 mg. This lunch is suitable for the menu for hypertension and diabetes.
200 g of kefir or yogurt + 7-8 dried fruits (prunes, dried apricots or a handful of raisins). Potassium content 800-900 mg.
Stick a similar menu for a week with hypertension! The result will not keep you waiting.