HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE DIET SERVICE

Hypertension puts a lot of stress on the blood vessels and muscles of the heart. Hypertension if left untreated, can lead to heart attack, stroke, renal failure, loss of vision, etc. With today’s stressful lifestyle as young as 5 year old is suffering from high BP. This diet plan for high blood pressure will help you manage your hypertension, as well as help you postpone or prevent many cardiac and other health issues.

 

HOW IT WORKS

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Fill the questionnaire

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Provide us your medical reports for understanding of medical conditions and parameters.

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Depending upon all these details your diet will be designed.

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We will guide you on workout requirements to reach the desired health target.

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Weekly BP chart Monitoring. Will follow up with you on the last day of every diet plan given to ensure that you are on the right track.

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We will follow up with you on the last day of every diet plan given to ensure that you are on the right track.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Personalized Diet Plan to suit your Cuisine and food preferences, timings, and constraints
  • Sustainable Weight target within medical recommendation.
  • Weekly Monitoring of the Blood Pressure chart to assess the effect of diet.
  • No Starving, No missed meals, no products, detox or meal replacement shakes
  • No Side- Effects, No supplements, no powders, no tablets ( unless required or prescribed by your physician).
  • Easy to Follow diet which can be easily prepared at home or arranged from the nearest food store
  • Whatsapp access for any queries regarding the diet plan or meals etc.

Diet Plans

Start within 2 days of enrolling for a diet plan

1 MONTH PLAN

Rs. 4000

  • 6-7 lifestyle-based meal plans
  • Weight assessment after every week
  • Health Tips alert.
  • Weekly consultation with dietitian.
  • Choice of calorie-levels (1200-1500)
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3 MONTH PLAN

Rs. 10000

  • 21 lifestyle-based meal plans
  • Weight assessment after every week
  • Prompt Query solution on whatsapp.
  • Weekly Consultation with dietitian.
  • Health Tips alert.
  • A choice of calorie-levels (1200-1500)
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TESTIMONIALS

"Mrs Vibha Sinha had been suffering from obesity and diabeties. Just like any other Indian housewife, she had liking for various kinds of foods and found it difficult to take out time for workout. She enrolled for weight loss diet plan and lost about 16 kgs in 3 months. Now she is maintaining her health and weight."

- Mrs Vibha Sinha

"Neha Saxena, aged 29 years wasn’t able to loose weight post pregnancy. She found it difficult to focus on loosing weight while taking care of the little one. Once she enrolled for Healthcircle’s post pregnancy weight loss plan, she was able to shed 12 kgs within 3 months which made her feel more energetic and confident again."

- Neha Saxena

“A housewife from Noida, she consulted Healthcircle complaining of hypertension, joint pains and backache, weighing over 100 kgs. She is now maintaining her weight at 80 kgs and is free from most complaints.”

- Sumitra Tandon

“Shreyas, a young boy doing his graduation in economics was losing his confidence and self esteem and was not able to play his favorite games due to his obesity. His mother enrolled him to healthcircle weight loss plan. After losing 23 kgs he is now leading a normal social life.”

- Shreyas

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High blood pressure is a very common health issue in India. Due to busy lifestyle, high blood pressure has become a common symptom. Least do we realise that it can be a superficial expression of a serious underlying health issues like renal disease, heart problem, high cholesterol, etc . Chronic hypertension puts a lot of stress on the blood vessels and muscles of the heart. Hypertension if left untreated, can lead to heart attack, stroke, renal failure, loss of vision, etc. With today’s stressful lifestyle as young as 5 year old is suffering from high BP.

This diet plan for high blood pressure will help you manage your hypertension, as well as help you postpone or prevent many cardiac and other health issues.

 

Causes of High Blood Pressure

There are many factors that can lead to high blood pressure, most of which are indicative of an unhealthy lifestyle. Let’s take a look at the causes of high blood pressure:

  • Eating salt in excess: This is because excessive consumption of salt leads to fluid retention. This puts pressure on the arteries of the heart and makes the blood pressure rise.
  • Lack of Physical Exercise: Lack of physical activity can make you gain weight and you might become obese over time.
  • Lack of Roughage in the Diet: Roughage helps to keep cholesterol levels in check. If your diet lacks in fruits and vegetables, your blood pressure is more likely to rise as they are the main source of fibre in your diet. Also, fruits and vegetables contain various vitamins, minerals and nutrients like potassium that help to control the blood pressure levels.
  • Obesity: People who are obese or overweight are more prone to get hypertension. The excess weight around their bodies requires more effort for the blood to get circulated. This puts undue pressure on the heart.
  • Diabetes: Diabetes can increase the risk of high blood pressure since it narrows down the arteries and causes the blood pressure to rise.
  • Drinking Alcohol in excess: Drinking alcohol in excess raises the blood pressure levels and heavy drinkers suffer more than the others.
  • Heredity: Many a times, high blood pressure is hereditary and runs in families. If some members of your close family suffer from hypertension, you are most likely to inherit it.
  • Smoking: Excessive smoking damages the arteries and raises your blood pressure levels. It hardens the walls of the arteries and makes the blood form clots.
  • Aging: As you age, the flexibility of the blood vessels is decreased and this puts more pressure on the heart leading to high blood pressure.

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure

Most of the times, a person having high blood pressure doesn’t experience any symptoms. In fact many patients may not experience any symptoms at all for years. Very rarely few patients feel dizzy, have headaches and also get nose-bleeds.  

How to Prevent High Blood Pressure ?

In spite of all the above reasons that can cause hypertension, it is possible to control high blood pressure. A few ways by which one can control high blood pressure are:

  • Making dietary changes
  • By limiting the intake of salt
  • Maintaining ideal body weight
  • By indulging in physical activity regularly

Dietary Management of High Blood Pressure?

One can easily avoid medication of high blood pressure by taking some precautions while eating. However, in order to maintain normal blood pressure levels, various dietary modifications will have to be made. 

  • Eat a low sodium diet: Apart from  adding less salt to your meals, you also need to consuming less of processed foods. This is because processed foods, canned foods and fast foods contain a high amount of sodium which affects the blood pressure adversely.
  • Include lots of fruits and vegetables in your diet: Fruits and vegetables are rich in potassium and this mineral helps to lower blood pressure. Fresh fruits are also rich in sodium, magnesium, calcium and antioxidants and together these help to control the blood pressure levels. Some useful fruits are apricots, bananas, avocados, melons, oranges, lemons, prunes, grapefruit, dates and raisins.
  • Limit your alcohol intake: Limit your alcohol intake to a maximum of 2 small peg per day to keep your blood pressure under control.
  • Reduce your caffeine intake: Although caffeine raises your blood pressure levels very slowly, it does have a negative effect when consumed regularly. Also, the amount of caffeine you drink also makes a huge difference. One should not drink more than 200 mgs per day. You may take in one shot or divide it in to 2-3 small shots.
  • Stop smoking: Quit smoking as soon as you can, as the nicotine that is emitted from cigarette smoke is really dangerous, not only for your lungs but also for your heart and also for all those around you. 
  • Eat only whole grains: Whole grains contain lots of potassium which help to control blood pressure. They also contain many other nutritious elements such as fiber, selenium, magnesium, folate and iron. Eat whole grains such as oats, wheat, brown rice, popcorn, quinoa and breakfast cereals.
  • Avoid fats: Excess of cholesterol and bad fats clogs the arteries. Choose foods that contain omega-3 fatty acids. Try steaming, baking, grilling and boiling over frying foods. Food can easily be cooked with a very small amount of fat. It might not taste as good initially but this is what is good for your heart. Replace full fat yoghurt and milk with low fat milk and yoghurt.
  • Eat lean meats: Avoid red meat and consume lean meat. Consume chicken and fish that contains omega-3 fatty acids. Bake, roast and grill the poultry but avoid frying. Salmon, tuna and herring are heart-healthy varieties of fish.
  • Limit your intake of sugar: Consume only natural sources of sugar such as fruits, raisins, dates and maple syrup. Try not to consume foods that contain high fructose corn syrup. This includes ketchups, crackers and soft drinks.
  • Avoid aerated beverages and packed juices: These contain a lot of sugar and provide only empty calories.
  • Avoid unnecessary snacking: Salty snacks again lead to elevation of blood pressure in those who are prone to it. Also avoid eating large portions at one time. 

 

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