Tasty Soup REVERSES High blood Pressure

If you have high blood pressure, your doctor has probably told you it’s a “silent killer.”

You may not even have any symptoms… but over time, high blood pressure can make you a sitting duck for heart disease, stroke, and lots of other serious health conditions.

As it turns out, there’s an easy way to slash your high blood pressure and even reverse some of the damage to your blood vessels.

And all you need is a tasty, inexpensive soup you’ve probably been eating since you were a kid.

Research from the University of Manitoba in Canada has found that eating lentils can repair damage to your blood vessels and combat high blood pressure.

Yep, I’m talking about the same lentils you enjoy in lentil soup.

The research first revealed that a mixture of legumes – lentils, peas, beans, and chickpeas – improved blood flow in the legs of rats with peripheral artery disease.

The team then narrowed their research to lentils, specifically.

They found that a diet rich in lentils, alone, was incredibly effective in blocking high blood pressure.

Lead author Dr. Zahradka explains: “The most notable finding of the latest study was the fact that lentils could alter the physical properties of blood vessels so that they resembled the vessels found in healthy animals.”

That’s truly remarkable!

Lentils actually improve blood flow by restoring your damaged blood vessels back to their healthy form.

And that’s not too surprising. Lentils are a superfood, loaded with healthy proteins, minerals, and fibers you need to keep blood vessels clear and to repair damage.

So, if you or a loved one are suffering from high blood pressure or peripheral artery disease, it’s simple enough to add lentils into your diet.

If lentil soup isn’t your thing, you can also take lentil pea powder in supplement and powder form for a concentrated source.