Blood Pressure Down: The 10-Step Plan to Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks–Without Prescription Drugs is for ANYONE, whether you have high blood pressure now, have a family history of high blood pressure, love someone who has high blood pressure, or simply want to eat healthy as a preventive step....
“Blood Pressure Down is the ultimate tool chest that provides a wealth of ideas and information on how to lower blood pressure and take less prescription drugs. This is not a quick fix, or band-aid, or an ultimate cure-all. It gives a straight forward way to understand what is potentially damaging and how to tweak bad habits without going to the extreme.”
A review of Blood Pressure Down book was published in Woman Around Town by Charlene Giannetti. Here is the excerpt: “Simply put: what you eat has a lot to do with those blood pressure readings. A common belief that high blood pressure owes to heredity and age is not always true.Brill emphasizes that by changing your diet you can change those readings. And she has a plan that you can follow to do just that.
Dr. Janet's Blood Pressure Down book get a 5 star rating at My Cozie Corner blog. “Dr. Janet gives a fantastic explanation of hypertension and ways to control it. I found her 10 step plan to be easy to follow, understand and effective, for me. I do suggest talking to your own Doctor before starting, as everyone is different. Highly recommended for all who would like to learn how to control your blood pressure without meds.”
“One way to start eating healthier is to remove tempting foods filled with fat and sugar. If you’re pantry is filled with chips and cookies it will be harder to resist temptation. ”For those just starting to eat healthy, the old adage ‘Fail to plan and you plan to fail,’ could not be truer,” says Dr. Janet Brill, nutritionist and author of Blood Pressure Down: The 10-Step Program to Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks–Without Prescription Drugs (May 2013). “The best way to prepare for healthy eating is to have a stocked and organized healthy pantry and refrigerator,” says Dr. Brill.