Why Does Vitamin D Lower Blood Pressure
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vitamin D actually help someone with hypertension and by the way anything
they I say is not meant to replace your medical care don’t stop taking your
drugs unless you check with your doctor but if you are a medication and you’re
not taking vitamin D then you might want to consider taking it especially after
what I’m going to tell you there is a tremendous amount of research which I’ll
put down below on this one topic one of the most commonly prescribed drugs for
hypertension is an ACE inhibitor now I just released a video on the ACE
receptor as it relates to COVID-19 you should check that out if you haven’t
seen it hypertension is one of the top risk factors for having complications
from COVID-19 and out of all the people that are taking medication for
hypertension 48% of them are taking ace inhibitors as the first medication to
help them lower the pressure alright what is a stand for angiotensin
converting enzyme so this drug inhibits this enzyme and this enzyme relates to
an entire system in your body which is called renin-angiotensin system RAS I
don’t want to explain anything else other than this system helps regulate
blood pressure fluid balance electrolyte balance so that’s all you need to do the
next thing to know is this vitamin D lowers this system tons and tons of
research ok now my thought is that and this is just my theory that the reason
why this is high in the first place is the person has a vitamin D deficiency
now why do I say that because 75% of the population has some level of deficiency
with vitamin D so this is something you definitely want to research yourself and
bring up to your doctor if you’re on medication this is what I would
recommend ten thousand international units to 20 thousand international units
of vitamin d3 with vitamin k2 I mean k2 works with vitamin D this
alone will help to slow down the calcium buildup in the arteries so this is very
very good as well but if you’re going to take this amount
here take a hundred micrograms if you’re going to take this amount take 200
micrograms of k2 ok now if someone tells you that that much vitamin D is toxic or
it’s gonna create a problem just have them show you evidence of that there’s
actually no evidence of that whatsoever I mean if they tell you it’s gonna
create high calcium in the blood it’s called hypercalcemia just have them show
your reference they won’t be able to find it the only reference on that shows
that if you’re taking like over a hundred thousand international units of
vitamin D for a long period of time potentially it could create kidney
stones but if you’re taking this amount I’ve never seen anything negative about
that alright if you were also to add some potassium to this I think you would
even be more successful and I’m talking a thousand milligrams a day because a
potassium deficiency will cause high blood pressure as well in fact it will
cause the arteries to stiffen if you’re deficient in potassium and you can get a
lot of potassium if you also consume a large amount of greens like salad or
vegetables so anyway I just wanted to bring this up if you weren’t aware of
vitamin D and relationship to blood pressure you definitely need to know
about it because it’s such an inexpensive solution to a very common
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Vitamin D could potentially be a very easy and inexpensive remedy to this very common problem: high blood pressure.
0:05 Blood pressure medication and vitamin D
0:20 ACE inhibitors
1:07 The RAS
1:29 Vitamin D and the RAS
1:58 How to lower blood pressure
In this video, we’re going to talk about vitamin D and blood pressure. I want to cover why vitamin D can potentially help someone with hypertension.
Never stop taking your blood pressure medication unless you’ve checked with your doctor. But, if you’re on blood pressure medication and you’re not taking vitamin D, you might want to consider taking it.
One of the most commonly prescribed drugs for hypertension is an ACE inhibitor. This drug inhibits the angiotensin-converting enzyme. This enzyme relates to an entire system in your body, which is called the renin-angiotensin system (RAS).
The RAS helps regulate:
• Blood pressure
• Fluid balance
• Electrolyte balance
Vitamin D actually helps lower the RAS. My theory is that the reason this system could be high in the first place is that the person has a vitamin D deficiency. 75% of the population has some level of vitamin D deficiency.
What might help lower blood pressure (research and talk to your doctor about it):
***10,000-20,000 IUs of vitamin D3 with vitamin K2
• If you do 10,000 IUs of vitamin D3, then consider 100 mcg of vitamin K2.
• If you do 20,000 IUs of vitamin D3, then consider
• 200 mcg of vitamin K2.
• You could also consider adding 1000 mg of potassium a day.
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Thanks for watching! Research and talk to your doctor about vitamin D, vitamin K2, and potassium to help lower blood pressure.