Blood pressure refers to the blood circulation that circulates in our body in the aorta, and high blood pressure can cause various complications, including strokes and various heart diseases. According to the National Health and Nutrition Survey conducted in 2016, 35 percent of Korean adults over 30 years of age suffer from hypertension. There is also increasing interest in blood pressure lowering foods and cardiovascular food. However, managing such blood pressure is better to manage not only simple blood pressure, but also blood neutrophil and bad cholesterol.
Nutritional therapy and regular exercise, for example, using food that lowers blood pressure in the normal course of life are also very important, but hypertension management is not just one blood pressure problem, but it is important to manage factors such as blood cholesterol and triglycerides. Because blood vessels accumulate cholesterol and triglycerides and blood vessels narrow, blood flow cannot flow smoothly, resulting in increased blood pressure, and blood flow problems are linked organically.
A typical food that helps to improve blood cholesterol is “Hongkuk”. Hongkuk is a yeast that is cultivated by multiplying rice by variety rice, while monocolin-K from Hong Kong inhibits the cholesterol synthesis in the liver. Since only 20% of cholesterol is taken as food and 80% is synthesized in the liver, it can be said that Hongkuk is an effective cholesterol inhibitor by inhibiting cholesterol synthesis.
In fact, 83 healthy adults with slightly higher cholesterol had significant reductions in LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol from week 8 after administration of 2.4 g daily of red ginger powder for 12 weeks. The study was published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The blood pressure lowering function was also recognized in Japan.
In addition, the Food and Drug Administration is recognized as being able to improve blood neutrality and improve blood circulation in omega-3, which is also good for vascular health management. The results of this study were as follows: 1) The uptake of EPA and DHA-containing fat, which is an actual omega-3 component, up to 15 people per day for 4 days at 120 g daily significantly increased the vasodilatory response (FMD) caused by blood flow; In the magazine. Omega 3 can help prevent and manage lower blood circulation problems such as peripheral circulation disorders, leg blood disorders, and so on.
However, when choosing Omega 3, it is better to choose Omega 3 as a local raw material, taking into account the risk of rancidity. The longer the shelf-life and the longer the process time, the greater the risk of exposure to light and heat and the risk of acidity, and the intake of Omega-3 in rancid may cause toxic effects. In addition, it is good to check whether it is made of microalga, which is at the bottom of the food chain because of the problem of marine pollution, such as micro plastic.
Hongkuk, home-made micro-algae Antioxidant with omega 3 ∙ The combination of coenzyme Q10 with the coenzyme Q10, recognized as being able to help reduce high blood pressure. In addition, it is recommended that each food is approved by the Food and Drug Administration and that the content of the product is approved and reached at the optimum level.
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