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High Blood Pressure and Vitamin Deficiency.

Would you like to learn if there is a vitamin deficiency contributing to your high blood pressure symptoms?

Would you like a professional grade vitamin, mineral plan to help you feel better?

Would you like to know exactly what nutrients your body needs to support a healthy heart and optimal health and wellness?

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Vitamins and minerals that support healthy blood pressure levels.
Zinc: regulates angiotensin and endothelin, which affect blood pressure. Deficiency in this mineral can cause blood vessels to constrict
Copper: Important in keeping blood vessel dilation, low levels can lead to hypertension.
Magnesium: Helps dilation of blood vessels
Calcium: Optimal calcium status lessens blood vessel vasconstriction. Calcium is helpful people sensitive to salt because it can increase sodium excretion
Folate: Improves endothelial function which lowers blood pressure. Helps the blood vessels dilate properly.
Carnitine: lowers blood pressure like an ACE inhibitor does. Reduces a substance that causes the arteries to constrict.
Oleic Acid: There are many benefits of olive oil for blood pressure  support. It is high in oleic acid which is anti inflammatory to  endothelial cells (inner lining of blood vessels).
Cysteine: Helps reduce high blood pressure due to its role as an antioxidant.  A beneficial vasolidator.
Lipoic Acid: Enhances vascular tone; enhances vasolidation
CoQ10: Improves bioenergetics of the blood vessel wall. . Benefits can take a few weeks. Highly beneficial for high blood pressure support.
Vitamin E: increases nitric oxide production which is needed for blood vessels to dilate. Also helps protect blood vessels form oxidative stress damage.
Vitamin D: Important in calcium transportation.  Can Keep blood vessels smooth and healthy
Vitamin C: Helps blood vessels be able to relax. Increases nitric oxide which helps blood vessels dilate.
Vitamin B6: Reduces homocysteine which is a harmful protein that makes arteries rigid and raises blood pressure. B6 deficiency is  strongly linked to hypertension.
Vitamin B2: MTHFR type TT people are needing more B2 to help reduce blood pressure.
Vitamin A: Helps keep blood vessels clear and wide
Biotin: Reduces systolic blood pressure by helping them be smooth and able to relax.
Gluathione: Crucial to prevent oxidative stress which can cause hypertension

MTHFR: when ordering also consider the MTHFR test . Deficiencies can lead to heart disease!




Take the guess work out of what your body needs. Have a specific plan written just for YOU. Vitamin Deficiencies can be easily supported, when you lean EXACTLY what nutrients your body TRULY needs.

Easy Sample Collection / Results in 4 weeks.

  • Once a test is ordered we mail you a kit right away. No
  • We will provide you with a name and address of a lab near you to perform the blood draw. Blood draw fees are usually $25 paid to the lab.
  • Results will be mailed to you in about 4 weeks – they will include a comprehensive explanation of your specific vitamin, mineral deficiency and the best professional grade supplement plan for you.
  • If you have questions, call or email our office – / 678-372-2913

Please mention high blood pressure in the comments section when you place your order.

Nutritionally Yours offers functional lab testing, in office and phone appointments. Please contact our office for more information.

FACTS taken from “Nutrient Correlation Wheels, Deficiencies Correlated with Disease Conditions” by Spectracell Labs. Advanced Clinical Testing.

Medical Disclaimer Note: Do not stop any high blood pressure medication w/o consulting your doctor. This information is provided to you as an education guide, not to treat any medical condition.