Katie Bressack INHC, AADP
Jan 31, 2024
The American Heart Association states that nearly 50% of American adults have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension.
With such a high prevalence in our society, a great place to start focusing on prevention is understanding how nutrition can potentially help lower high blood pressure. One of the sneakiest ways people often hurt their health isn't just with what they eat—but what they drink. So it's key to make sure you're making the right choices...and it's probably easier than you think to sip drinks that lower blood pressure.