Hy EveryOne i have high blood pressure and i take metoprol 50,m.g. it's been 7 year i been taking it. i try my best to eat well i'am 5/2 37 years of age and i got weighted today 178.00 pounds what can i do to eat better and keep my weight under control for my health, and keep my heart well? my question also i read about apple cider vinager its good for the weight and keep blood pressure control i'am not saying i want take apple cider vinager and stop my medication i will never do it. can i cook with it the apple cider vinager for my good health.
eat a diet containing lots of fruit and vegetables. Stay off saturated fats and limit the use
of unsaturated fats to a minimum. Good quality olive oil is the best for cooking. Also try
to eat some oily fish a couple of times a week, such as sardines or pilchards. Even the
ones in tins with tomato puree are very rich in omega oils. Stay off cakes, biscuits,
fizzy drinks and chocolate. In a couple of weeks you should start to see a big difference in your health.
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