High Blood Pressure Diet Center

Learn about how to eat for high blood pressure with articles, meal plans and recipes from EatingWell's food and nutrition experts.

High Blood Pressure Diet Center
Signs You're Not Getting Enough Potassium and What to Do About It
Here's why potassium is so important plus, how to recognize if you're not getting enough potassium and correct it.
Signs You're Not Getting Enough Potassium and What to Do About It
Here's why potassium is so important plus, how to recognize if you're not getting enough potassium and correct it.

Healthy High-Blood Pressure Recipes

Crunchy Mexican Salad with Spicy Cilantro Vinaigrette
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A spicy cilantro vinaigrette gives this black bean salad Mexican flair. We used the beans for protein, but if you have cooked chicken on hand, you can use that instead. Also, if you have it, finish the salad with a quarter of an avocado for a boost of healthy fats.
Baked Beans with Ground Beef
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Upgrade baked beans from classic side dish to a meaty main meal by adding lean ground beef. The final result, a superfast hearty casserole, is an easy and fast dinner option. Ground turkey or even sausage would work nicely in this dish. Just watch the sodium.
Sweet & Savory Hummus Plate
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Fresh veggies with dip, juicy fruit and even a sweet treat make up this easy-to-make picnic dinner that's great for packing up or enjoying at home. Plus, this combo excludes the most common allergens and food intolerances (it's free from dairy, eggs, soy, nuts and gluten) so just about everyone should be able to enjoy it without worrying.
Chicken & Sweet Potato Grill Packets with Peppers & Onions
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Cook your whole meal in a packet on the grill with this easy veggie-loaded recipe. The Mexican-inspired seasoning makes the chicken and veggies taste great served with warm tortillas and your favorite taco toppings for a healthy dinner.
Mason Jar Power Salad with Chickpeas & Tuna
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This power salad will keep you fueled for hours, thanks to 26 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber. Tossing the dressing and kale, and then letting it stand in the jar, softens it enough so you don't need to massage or cook it to make it tender.
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