It is a very difficult to give the reply to this question in either yes or no. But some study shows that a low carbohydrates diet is good to maintain blood pressure level. However one aspect is clear that diet plays an essential and important role in ensuring that your blood pressure, heart and general health in under control and in good condition. Following are some of the aspects associated with carbohydrate intake:
By starting a few new food habits, including calories counting and watching portion size will be helpful to lower blood pressure and reduce the medications need to control high blood pressure. High blood pressure seriously affects physical, physiological, professional, personal and economical life of the person. It is advisable to take some judicious measures such as simple dietary changes and modifications in life style in order to prevent hypertension.
DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) Diet
This diet has been found to be a good approach to control high blood pressure. It is an eating plan rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains and pulses, fish, poultry, nuts and low fat diary. The DASH diet cut out fats, sugar and salt rich foods i.e. desserts, sweetened beverages, fats, red meat and processed foods, etc.
It is recommended that you discuss your diet choices with a nutrition and diet expert to ensure that you are neither including any aspect that can harm your body or reducing an intake that can create a deficiency.