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My bp on average flucuates has between 140-160. I’m currently on prescription medicine which doesn’t seem to Be making a difference. Has anyone tried any natural supplements such beet / nitro oxide products? If so do they work? Reccommendations?

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    • Slice_Diggity

      704d

      👍 👍

    • Slice_Diggity

      704d

      👍 👍

    • Leeza

      705d

      I have to avoid sodium for this raises my b/p and carbs I donot eat sugar period. I stick to pure water or hot tea and use stevia, from the stevia plant for my tea. ..I have always weighed 116-120 lbs and I have increased to 138lbs so Dr. suggested I go back to my "normal" weight plus I gain it around my gut area/waist ...that's the worst place to gain, I went from a size 3-4 to a size 8 sometimes 10!!! That's outrageous for me😪 Non of my clothes fit, unless they have elastic around waist. Its very uncomfortable. I must get back down. I'm starting to walk fast about 10,000 steps a day has been working. ❤️. 🤗 🙌 🌱

    • Sparklelover

      706d

      I am taking metoprolol for my blood pressure works like a charm my blood pressure has been 120 to 130 you should try it talk to your doctor

      • Slice_Diggity

        704d

        @Sparklelover 👍 will do

    • Guyster60

      706d

      My Heart Heath , plus walk at least 5 times a week for 30 minutes !

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