Podcast Episode 31
Did you know that almost 1 of every 3 American adults has high blood pressure? Yikes! You or someone you love may be as risk. Mary dishes out valuable nutrition ideas about high blood pressure prevention. (Can rhubarb really be one of the keys?)
PLUS: The Weekly Nutrition Challenge.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT:
What’s The Deal With High Blood Pressure?
- American Heart Association recently updated guidelines on blood pressure.
The Effects Of Stress On Blood Pressure
- Stress management ideas
Beverages Can Contribute To High Blood Pressure
- The role that caffeine plays with blood pressure
- Practical ways to reduce caffeine
- Alcohol, blood pressure, and YOU
The importance of magnesium, calcium, and potassium
- Where to find these important minerals
- What’s up with sodium?
- Nitrates & nitric oxide and their benefits
And, The Weekly Nutrition Challenge!
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ABOUT THE SHOW
Mary Purdy, MS, RDN, dishes out easy-to-digest info, tips, and advice about nutrition & lifestyle, backed by over 10 years of clinical experience and a healthy sense of humor. Join the weekly conversation! Episodes come out weekly.
Mary Purdy is a Registered Dietitian with a Masters in Clinical Nutrition from Bastyr University.
- Private practice (8 yrs)
- Adjunct professor at Bastyr University
- Clinical Supervisor at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Mary currently works as a Registered Dietitian Coach at the Scientific Wellness company, Arivale. Mary takes an integrative/holistic approach to diet, health & wellness and believes that food is medicine!
DISCLAIMER: This podcast is intended for entertainment purposes only. Please consult your doctor before following any information you hear here. The opinions expressed here are those exclusively of Mary Purdy, the Show’s producers, and guests, and do not necessarily represent the views of Arivale, Bastyr, Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine, or other entities.