Backed by solid research, Brill cuts through the medical jargon to explain how and why each step in her program works.
In BLOOD PRESSURE DOWN: The 10-Step Plan to Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks – Without Prescription Drugs, nationally recognized nutrition, health, and fitness expert, Dr. Janet Bond Brill, shows how high blood pressure can be lowered and prevented quickly and safely-without the side effects of many blood pressure medications.
In ten simple-and delicious-steps, Janet’s unique plan harnesses the power of the lifestyle changes, including elements of the DASH diet.
DASH diet has proven to be the most effective medicine for hypertension: blood pressure power foods like bananas, yogurt, soy, and dark chocolate, as well as exercise and stress reduction.
Backed by solid research, Brill cuts through the medical jargon to explain how and why each step in her program works. The Blood Pressure Down plan is both thorough and accessible, including many convenient checklists, charts, meal plans, and over fifty delicious heart-healthy recipes that make incorporating each step into a heart-healthy lifestyle easy, practical, and never overwhelming.
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