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Hi team! Its been a long time since I checked un...but I have a great story about how I've managed to finally get my blood pressure almost back to normal and also start losing weight. I just survived one of the worst divorces on record. Ever been accused of doing horrible things and knowing that its simply "not true" ? My ex was out to ruin me so she went to family court and made up so many lies saying I threatened her...etc. the result was me being ejected from my home, separated from my kids while sll the finances were in her name. No evidence or basis for this, just her word. The last 4yrs were so bad...my blood pressure was " thru the roof!"
165/95 was my number even while I was on lisinopril! Since my separation it has slowly come down..but my weight "skyrocketed"" by 50lbs! My appetite was oit of control...I tried exercise but then when I received some of my property from my home...I found my "juicer"!
Ive been juicing everything! Green beans, carrots, spinach, celery, tomatoes, apples, grapes, oranges, lemons, and more! I do it for lunch...my appetite is controlled...I also add V8 so to improve taste. The energy "rush" is awesome! My skin is clearing up...my hair is not falling out...at all! No hair in my brush! But the best results are...I'm finally dropping weight...8 lbs in 2 wks! And my Blood Pressure is down to 120/80! This is the first time in 10 yrs its been this low!! My Dr may take me off lisinopril!
Please do yourselves a favor...try this!! Your body will tell you your doing the right thing! Lots of stores sell juicers. You don't have to buy a reallyexpensive one...mine cost $50 new at Walmart. Thanks for reading this..ill check back with more results. Scott emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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I get so hungry when I track my food. I did not eat after 8pm. My mantra was "breathe" and I sipped water. Good for me emoticon happy to read your posts.


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Tonight I opted for frozen pineapple, for a dessert. I got my steps up to 19,225. It's a little bit at a time.



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Good point about processed foods. I had not thought about that. I have stopped buying processed foods so that could also have made an impact. BTW, I will be 60 in s few weeks!

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I do have one cup of coffee in the morning. I don't drink any soda. It quit that back in my mid 20's and I am 52 now.
Really great to hear that less caffeine helped with both your BP and migraines. I have heard migraines can be quite debilitating. I just had a thought, maybe I need to monitor processed foods, to see if they have any impact. I do consume them occasionally.



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i think the water pill is a standard they use with BP meds. i was on it til I started having gout and doctro took me off it. I neevr had water retention either. Most people taking BP meds are also on a water pill and have never had water retention. i think it is to speed water out of the system faster so the heart and kidneys don't have to work too hard.


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I've been on Lisinopril with Hctz for over 10 years. Even b4 I never had a problem retaining water and still don't. Bugsleygirl1, do you consume very much caffeine? One of the things I changed drastically and I think has impacted my BP and definitely my migraines is having cut my coffee to 2 cups or less per day! I have never been a big soft drink consumer. I have started keeping caffeine free diet coke for the occasionally infrequent time I do want one. My biggest caffeine came from 6-8 cups of coffee per day. It wasn't really planned I sort of just eased into it when I began my SP journey but once my migraines seem to disappear and my BP began to stay much lower, I realized what the coffee had been doing to me all those years. I also substitute caffeine free green tea for 2nd cup of morning coffee..

Edited by: SKYVALLEYGAL at: 8/15/2013 (18:08)
Quote by the late Zig Ziegler: when people tell me, "Zig motivation never lasts". "I tell them, bathing doesn't either that's why I recommend it daily". Myfavoritemotivationalquote


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Yes, my blood pressure is all over the place. I believe there may be something hormonal causing it. I was on Lisinopril for years and BP consistent. Then suddenly when hormones started changing, thyroid and BP went all over the place. Still not straightened out. I was changed from Lisinopril to Amlodopine. The Amlodopine caused some water retention in my ankles (I have NEVER had water retention problems), depression, exhaustion and not caring if anything got done. It also caused itchy, burning eyes and sinus drainage which, resulted in a cough. I think I may have been mildly allergic to it. On top of all of the lovely side effects, it wasn't keeping blood pressure down. I read that Amlodopine is banned in Holland. After my experience with it, I think they may be on to something. I went back on the Lisinopril and Dr. added Hydrochlorothiazide. Not sure how Hydrochlorothiazide is supposed to help, when I don't normally retain water. I have not been urinating any more than normal. Amlodopine side effects are gone. Blood pressure still not controlled.
I am getting in between 15,000 and 20,000 steps a day.
So in a nutshell, I don't have an answer to the problem, but there is part of my story.



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I did the same thing dropping 10 pounds before my knee surgery and have lost 10 more since then tho it is a bit of a struggle to lose more. My BP went way down and i thought there was something wrong with me! I also take just lisinopril but mine is 20 mg. I am hoping to get that dropped as well but am happy with where it is now. I think I also posted this before on this team. Exercise and posting food as well as water does a lot to help too. happy days! Georgine emoticon


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Interesting that you are discussing potassium and magnesium. It is one of my concerns also. In fact today I visited my primary care provider. Thanks to SP and over 30 lbs. of weight loss, exercise and eating much healthier, I am being allowed to drop the Hctz from my BP med. I will now be on a maintenance dose of 10mg plain Lisinopril. I feel like this is a huge success! Anyway she and I talked about my increased foot and leg cramps. I suspect there is a link between the lower than recommended Potassium and Magnesium. In fact she ordered those levels on my next blood work. She didn't seem to want me to try any supplements at this time. I am hopeful that getting off the Hctz will help this. Someone on this discussion asked if losing weight would really help lower BP. Well apparently I am living proof it can help. I do believe it was more than just the weight loss though. I think consistent exercise less junk food, more H20, cutting WAY down on caffeine has been very instrumental in my improved BP.

Quote by the late Zig Ziegler: when people tell me, "Zig motivation never lasts". "I tell them, bathing doesn't either that's why I recommend it daily". Myfavoritemotivationalquote


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Just reading about the potassium and magnesium. After i track my food it ALWAYS says I am way beneath both but I have had my doctor check my potassium and it is fine so i am thinking the tracker uses the food for the day for criteria or something. Have had to see my doctor more for other things and potassium is always fine when he checks for BP so i just eat well and don't worry if the tracker says i am low. Just my thoughts. Never had magnesium checked but i think it would be fine also. doesn't hurt to increase foods that have both in them. Georgine


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I have been having difficulty meeting my Potassium and Magnesium levels too! Thank you Coach Tanya for the foods list link. I will update my food list to include them. Hopefully, this will give me a more accurate reading without adding any further supplements.

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thanks!

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good idea



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Thanks for the tips eveyone. I started keeping a "diary" of blood pressure, mood, outside temperature and activity. It is interestig that I am starting to see patterns!



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I used Co Q-10 for a while after I started on statin drugs because the statins cause our livers to make less of it. Co Q-10 is needed in cell functioning. Without it your muscles may atrophy. I stopped because no one come up with proof that taking supplements of it helped. Recently I've read that it's being used for people with weakened hearts because it helps build muscle.

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You need to document everything. Food, water, fluids, exercise, sleep, mood, stress or perceived stress and see if you can find any patterns. It can be a food, not enough water, a spice, an essential oil, environmental just breathe in cleaning fluid or things absorbed through skin, lungs, etc

Deep breathing or using something like a PowerLung have helped me. Exercise! Sleep. Not many Dr will take the time to figure this out for you. They will give more drugs. If you bring data it's more likely they will have a PA or Nurse Practitioner go over the data and you might get an answer.


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Has anyone gone through a period where their blood pressure just jumps around? For some reason I can;t get this under control anymore. I take the meds faithfully but for some reason things seem to be going haywire!



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Thanks for information.



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I am going to start up taking it tomorrow. Along with drinking celery juice. Thank you for your replies.



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Yes, I use it. Actually have been taking it for several years, and now that I had open heart surgery, my doctor actually upped my dosage of it. I'm not sure if it helps lower my blood pressure or not, since I am on a ACE.



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Yes, I've used it, and it has helped immensely with my blood pressure, and energy. I love it! emoticon



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I have been reading about CO Q-10. It is supposed to help lower blood pressure and increase energy. Has anyone here used it and what were your results?



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Good morning! I have kept the weight off and after this knee heals I want to try and get off these BP pills. Not sure if that is possible for me but will check with my doctor first. I have some kidney concern too . Right now my exercise consists of knee exercises thru out the day. We have had nothing but rain so i look forward to finally walking outside. It is cloudy but bright and sidewalks are dry so there is hope. Have a great day, Georgine emoticon

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Yes, losing weight really does help on lowering the blood pressure!



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@CAPTAINMORGAN emoticon so losing weight does help lower your blood pressure. Thanks for sharing.

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BP, don't fall asleep at the wheel. Keep your eyes on the numbers.




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Beautiful day here in northern Mn. finally. sun is out, windows open,snow melting--FINALLY!! emoticon emoticon Georgine emoticon


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Finally a beautiful spring day in southwest Michigan. Just got back from a 3 mile heart walk!!
in beautiful downtown Kalamazoo!! I think I'll work outside for a while. Granddaughters 1st softball game later.
Have a blessed day everyone!!! emoticon

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Seemed like all of a sudden my BP dropped into the teens so i thought maybe something was wrong. I had a pre-op exam for my knee surgery and asked the doctor. I completly spaced that i have lost 10 pounds and that is why it dropped. That is a BIG incentive for me to keep losing!I have a new puppy--since January- and have been so busy with her that i never even noticed that my pants etc. fit better. I am still busy with her but we have so much snow there has been poor good time to walk outside. I am trying!! emoticon Georgine


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Thanks for sharing; I had forgot Dr. Oz mentioned that on one of his shows. Our household has been doing more spices and adding fresh fruits into some of our meat dishes to give things more flavor. If and when we use salt we have been using sea salts or coarse salts so you don't need as much. Most of the meals we have been preparing at home have been with other spices...surprising when dr. Oz suggested cinnamon and cumin it adds so much more than I would have thought. We are trying to build flavors with out the salts we have control over.

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Thanks for sharing

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Thank you for the links they were really helpful.

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Tip: salt subitute is potassium chloride which can be used to increase potassium. Use it in place of salt.



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The DASH diet: Are you familiar with this? DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, and offers some great guidelines that are not just for those of us with high blood pressure. Find out more here:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/health_articl
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The Nutrition Facts label lists only the items that are required by law. Our data base includes only what is required on the label. Member entered data, may or may not include micro-nutrients but not necessarily. Many times Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Folate and others only have a percent daily values listing and not exact amounts. This will make your reports inaccurate unless you are entering the nutrient amounts yourself using a more comprehensive tool.

If it is important to have accuracy with micro-nutrients because of a medical condition, you can enter each food item yourself (and save in your favorites for easy access moving forward) to include all nutrition information. The food list from the USDA can help.

ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/search/list

Hope that helps -
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I am essentially never able to reach the recommended levels of potassium and magnesium, at least according to the nutrition tracker. Do keep in mind, however, that not all of the foods in the tracker include those values, so you may be getting more than you think. Also, I'm not sure about the magnesium, but you need to be cautious about taking potassium as a supplement as too much can mess with your heart rhythm, so be sure to consult with a medical professional first.

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Both these nutrients come in pill form like a vitamin.Dr Oz highly recommends magnesium to promote good health



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I also have trouble reaching my potassium and magnesium goals. I have added sweet potatoes but can not eat them every day, any suggestions?



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I have a hard time reaching my potassium and magnesium goals.


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I have a hard time reaching my potassium level each day also.I have posted a link with a list of foods rich in potassium.
www.algaecal.com/potassium-foods-list.html


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I am having difficulty reaching the recommended potassium levels; I struggle to get 3,000 mg of Potassium each day; reaching 4,500 mg seems impossible.



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emoticon Love this team Heps me get back on track ever time I fall - emoticon

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away from home today and broke down and ate at Popeye's.....already over my sodium and calories for today. Live and learn emoticon


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You're more than welcome -- any anyone who has tips or links to share is encouraged to post them here !



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28 Days to a Healthier Heart - a tip of the day calendar to download
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Lower your blood pressure naturally:

www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/womens-hea
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