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Ideal Blood Pressure According To Ray Peat?

Discussion in 'Monitoring Vitals' started by Logan-, Oct 1, 2018.

  1. Logan-

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    What is the ideal blood pressure range according to Ray Peat?
     
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    Does anyone know?
     
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    Remembering seeing him suggest along the lines of 130/80 being "good". Pulse pressure (difference between systolic and diastolic numbers) 50 or below. Vitamin K is very important for healthy pulse pressure. Fat, vitamin D, calcium and magnesium play important blood pressure roles.
     
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    Hi said that, for older, (over 55-60) even 160 in the morning, when blood viscosity is high and dehydration's here , is normal, if it'll go down to 140 in the middle of the day.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    People live longer with higher blood pressure as they grow old.
     
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    What are some things that increase blood pressure?

    I know methylene blue and vitamin E increase it. What else?
     
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    Chronic adrenaline increases blood pressure. Protein, caffeine, nicotine, sugar, aspirin without sufficient calories/carbs to support them will cause adrenaline. Unstable blood sugar, caused by irregular or imbalanced meals, raises adrenaline. Deficiency of vitamin K will increase blood pressure.

    All things that increase adrenaline will cause excessive magnesium loss, btw.
     
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