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9 Foods to Avoid with High Blood Pressure

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8) Soft Drinks

Sodas are as high in added sugar as candy and provide you with no nutritional value aside from a boost in energy. They can cause you to overconsume sugar as the calories they deliver won’t make you feel as full as the calories in foods. That means you can take more than the recommended daily sugar consumption and still not feel anything. This can lead to weight gain and eventually cardiovascular problems, including high blood pressure.
A combination of fresh water and a splash of fruit juice or a sprig of mint will provide you with more energy boost than sodas, even though you might not feel the hit.

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