How Intermittent Fasting affects your Blood Pressure

Using the Intermittent Fasting diet helps in numerous amounts of ways, including lowering your blood pressure.

When having high blood pressure, you are at serious risk for blood clots in your arteries which can blood flow and cause a stroke.

The effect of using intermittent fasting has shown that it prevents hypertension. Fasting has also increased a protein called BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor). The BDNF stimulates your brain cells to release acetylcholine which helps to reduce heart rate and broaden your blood vessels. Having this reduces the chance of clots and overall will over time, lower your blood pressure.

A study from Harvard shows people living with hypertension found using Intermittent fasting contributed to lowering of blood pressure throughout the day. Now, this doesn’t specifically only lower your blood pressure, but it is shown to help.

Using the assisting powers of intermittent fasting, you can begin to find your blood pressure lowering each day, reducing your risk.

Travel for Fasting’s health programs uses 72 hour intermittent fasting periods along with low-carb, ketogenic eating windows, and blood pressure check ups will make sure you are on track to a lower score and living a life with fewer risk from cardiovascular disease.

Professional staff will measure your blood pressure every day.

Travel For Fasting runs Intermittent Fasting programs in the most beautiful parts of the world. There are programs as short as 4 days and as long as 28 days, that help people just like you  lower heart rate, lower blood pressure and help live life healthier.

The programs are affordable, comprehensive and are sure to get you the physical and in person support that is many times greater than if you try to do it by yourself at home.

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