Has your doctor been warning you that your blood pressure is creeping upwards and that your future may include medication to bring it down? Are you having problems with erratic blood pressure or difficulty in bringing down your blood pressure with existing prescription therapy? Your vascular and cardiac health are important to us. Ask us about supplemental help for existing drug therapy or initial therapy for uncomplicated elevated blood pressure (140/90 or below with no other health issues). It may be worth a try before your next doctor’s visit.
-Keeping physically active and eating a balanced diet that is low in salt
-Hydrolyzed Whey Protein and Soy Bean Protein
-Coconut oil, Olive oil and other Monosaturated Oils
-Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA)
-Vitamin B6 (taken with a B complex)
-R-alpha-lipoic acid with biotin
-celery or celery seed extract
-Other supplements containing l-argenine, carnitine, taurine, CoQ10, lycopene, NAC.
If you have existing heart issues or severe high blood pressure or are unsure as to whether you should be self treating elevated blood pressure on your own, let us know. Self treatment of elevated blood pressure is not appropriate when higher than 140/90 or when combined with other conditions that affect the circulatory system, such as existing cardiac disease, risk of stroke, and circulatory problems. Prescription medications are important to bring down high blood pressure. Natural supplements given in therapeutic doses are a great way to help. Always ask your pharmacist before initiating any new therapy.