What the programme provides:

  • Weekly videos of 20-30 minutes (with 2 videos in some weeks)
  • Helpful and interesting information relating to high blood pressure and suggestions on how to make diet and lifestyle changes
  • 6 weeks of menu plans, easy-to-follow recipes and lots of photos
  • Useful handouts
  • List of references used to write this course, so you can read in greater depth if you wish.

Hypertension is the main risk factor for cardiovascular diseases … A healthful lifestyle is a fundamental strategy for decreasing hypertension, and diet is the changeable element with the strongest effect on blood pressure
from the journal Nutrients (2018)

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Terms & Conditions

This programme is designed to provide general dietary and lifestyle guidance for those wishing to improve their health due to hypertension (high blood pressure) or risk of developing hypertension. The programme is directed at a broad spectrum of people, providing general advice. The benefits of taking part in this programme will vary from person to person and we cannot guarantee results.

The information is for educational purposes and should not replace medical advice. It is not intended to diagnose or treat medical conditions.

The programme is geared for maximum nutritional value and could be very different from your normal eating pattern. Always consult a doctor or other medical practitioner before implementing any changes.

Do not stop taking any medication without the advice of your GP or medical health professional. If you have been diagnosed with hypertension and have been prescribed medication, please consult your GP before embarking on this programme. If you have complex health issues, i.e. one or more conditions as well as hypertension, please consult your GP before embarking on this programme. If you are on blood thinning drugs such as Warfarin, it may be dangerous to follow these menu plans.

If you have any health issues or concerns, whether you are receiving medical treatment or not, we recommend that you discuss your suitability to take part in the programme with your GP before starting.

It’s up to you to check the meal plans and recipes for items to which you may be allergic, sensitive or intolerant and substitute ‘safe’ foods for those items.

By taking part, you agree to take full responsibility for yourself, your body and your health before, during and after taking part in the programme and you indemnify Deborah Lacey and Fresh Horizons Nutrition from all liability in relation to your participation in the programme