BALi for Blood Pressure

| June 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Soooooo, there’s no such thing as “borderline high blood pressure or pregnancy. Normal for an adult is 120/80. If your numbers are above that, you have high blood pressure and an increased risk for “heart attack” (hearts don’t attack) and stroke. Both are caused by the same problem, a blood clot in an artery that prevents the heart or brain from getting blood and oxygen.

Most people, even most doctors, don’t understand that high blood pressure is a symptom, not a disease. Most people think that blood pressure rises to a critical mass and that an artery explodes like an over-inflated tire or balloon. Professional weight lifters will routinely generate blood pressures over 300 with no consequence. High blood pressure, in and of itself, is not what will kill you. What will kill you is one of the consequences of inflammation, your immune system response to critter overgrowth.

High blood pressure can be a consequence of inflammation. It can also be a consequence of deficiencies of magnesium and potassium. Each of these is easily addressed by changing what you eat, incorporating recess (some people call it “exercise”) and making sure you get plenty of magnesium and potassium.


The foods to incorporate are those that are dark in color. Blue, black, purple and cyanic (beets) are the colors to look for. These foods have chemicals that kill the critters responsible for inflammation. On the BALi food list, look for items marked with an asterisk (*). These foods, herbs, and condiments are also high in natural chemical that kill critters. Fresh or fresh frozen fruits and vegetables are high in potassium. Coconut water is high in potassium. Magnesium can be taken orally as a supplement, but it’s best to use topical magnesium gel to avoid diarrhea. High blood pressure is NEVER A DEFICIENCY OF SOME DRUG.

Here are some critter killing BALi food examples.

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Category: Blood Pressure, General Health, Inflammation, Nutrition

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