What you eat, affects your blood pressure. And studies have shown that you can reduce your blood pressure by following an eating plan that's low in saturated fat, cholesterol and total fat and high in fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy foods.
If that sounds unappetising to you, perhaps today's tasty breakfast recipe will change your mind.
Read on below to discover a yummy breakfast dish that can help lower your blood pressure naturally.
Eat an Egg White Omelette for breakfast to naturally lower your blood pressure
Egg whites contain a peptide (one of the building blocks of protein), which help reduce high blood pressure
In fact, contrary to popular belief, you can safely eat up to four whole eggs a week, including those in baked goods and processed foods, for healthy blood pressure levels. This because eggs, eaten in moderation, are just one of foods that help lower blood pressure.
And that’s why we love this egg white omelette recipe as an easy and healthy way to kick-start your day.
This Egg White Omelette recipe is a great addition to your high blood pressure diet
8 x Egg whites
Half a cup diced of red bell pepper
2 Tablespoons diced chilli peppers (if desired)
Half a cup of diced onions
Heat a non-stick omelette pan or small frying pan, over medium heat.
Spray with non-stick cooking spray. Sauté peppers and onions until slightly soft.
Pour egg whites over the onion and pepper mixture.
Gently lift the sides of the omelette, as egg begins to set, to allow uncooked egg to slide underneath and firm up. Repeat until top of omelette is relatively set.
Allow to cook for a few second, then fold over and slip onto plate.
And voila, a simple way to lower your blood pressure and keep it there all morning.
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