It’s finally here, my friend. The moment we’ve ALL been waiting for.
It’s a way to AVOID some of the most common drugs given to seniors. The blood pressure meds we all HATE, but we’re practicality ORDERED to take.
But not anymore!
Because there’s a way to get ALL of the benefits of common blood pressure drugs. But with NONE of the risks. And as strange as it sounds, this brand NEW solution comes to us from the ANCIENT past.
It’s safe. It’s effective. And the numbers don’t lie. In fact, I bet your doc will be so impressed he’ll HAVE TO let you off the hook.
If you’re not on the meds, he’ll back off on trying to get you to take them. And if you’re on them already, this trick could convince him to let you ditch them or at least cut back.
Not bad for something you can get from an ancient Aztec fruit.
Powerful tomato extract delivers BUNCHES of benefits
I’m talking about the humble tomato.
Yep, this native to the Americas isn’t JUST delicious topping a burger or a salad. It may also help you battle high blood pressure.
You see, locked inside each delicious crimson beauty is an almost miraculous compound called lycopene. This potent nutrient can help…
- fight cancer
- enhance vision
- ease neuropathic pain
- protect your brain from cognitive decline
- strengthen bone
It can even battle the oxidative stress of aging on a cellular level.
In other words, this tomato extract already brings LOTS of benefits to the table.
But the new study nails down one more. One that could have a big impact on your day-to-day life because it means possibly avoiding high blood pressure drugs and their dizzying, nauseating, side effects.
The RUBY RED secret to better blood pressure
Volunteers in the new study all started out with systolic (“top number”) BP levels of 130-140 mmHg, which is either stage 1 hypertension or pre-hypertension (there are dueling standards out there).
But they didn’t stay there. Just 8 weeks of taking 15 mg of lycopene per day cut their blood pressure levels dramatically.
The systolic reading plunged by 10 points… while the diastolic fell by 5.
The study also tested synthetic lycopene. Not surprising since, after all, you can’t patent a natural product and jack up the price.
But guess what? The fake stuff DIDN’T work. Only the real deal did the trick.
They also tested lower doses, and those didn’t work either. And that’s the catch (there’s always a catch).
See, lycopene is found in several fruits, most famously those tomatoes but also watermelon, papaya, and guava. But none of those foods will give you a consistent 15 mg per day (except maybe some forms of tomato paste or sun-dried tomatoes).
To hit 15 mg per day consistently, you’ll need to make like the folks in the study and take a supplement too.