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Ideal Blood Pressure According To Ray Peat?

  1. What is the ideal blood pressure range according to Ray Peat?
  2. Does anyone know?
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Thanks.
  6. People live longer with higher blood pressure as they grow old.
  7. What are some things that increase blood pressure?

    I know methylene blue and vitamin E increase it. What else?
  8. 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.