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More than 50 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure, and most of them control it by taking prescription drugs with potentially dangerous side effects. But there is a natural, affordable, and easy-to-manage alternative to medication: the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet. Developed by a world-class team of doctors and nutritionists, the DASH diet is clinically proven to lower blood-pressure levels and thereby reduce the risk of heart failure, stroke, and kidney disease. Now, with The ...

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Overview

More than 50 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure, and most of them control it by taking prescription drugs with potentially dangerous side effects. But there is a natural, affordable, and easy-to-manage alternative to medication: the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet. Developed by a world-class team of doctors and nutritionists, the DASH diet is clinically proven to lower blood-pressure levels and thereby reduce the risk of heart failure, stroke, and kidney disease. Now, with The DASH Diet for Hypertension, readers can benefit from:


• A hearty and healthful selection of DASH menus, recipes, even grocery lists

• DASH weight-loss and exercise programs for everyday living

• The science behind DASH, including calorie worksheets and a formula to calculate body-mass


...and much more from this revolutionary program, which is recommended by the American Heart Association; the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; the American Society for Hypertension; and other leading medical authorities.

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Thomas Pickering, M.D. Director, Integrative and Behavioral Cardiac Health Program and Hypertension Section, Mount Sinai School of Medicine This is not just another fad diet, but one that is scientifically proven to be the best for people who are concerned about their blood pressure. The DASH studies were a major breakthrough in the prevention and treatment of hypertension, and the diet is now described in a practical and straightforward manner.

Aram V. Chobanian, M.D. Dean, Boston University Medical School The DASH diet is an exciting, new nutritional approach to the management of hypertension, and its effectiveness has been well documented by carefully controlled scientific studies. I recommend it not only for hypertensive patients but also for nutritionists, medical practitioners, and anyone interested in adopting a healthier lifestyle.

Norman K. Hollenberg, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Medicine and Radiology, Harvard Medical School This book fills an unmet need, providing clear and simple guidelines supported by solid data obtained from outstanding studies. I have no doubt that it will work.

Dr. Patricia Elmer Senior Nutrition Investigator, Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research Member, Nutrition Committee, American Heart Association Excellent! A medication-free alternative to help millions of Americans lower their high blood pressure and live healthier, longer lives.

Shiriki K. Kumanyika, Ph.D., R.D., M.P.H. Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine This book is amazingly clear, comprehensive, and user-friendly. There is a lot of "what to do" and "how to do it." And also "why" for the consumer who wants to understand why to choose DASH over the other diets that are out there. This book will even convince the skeptics who don't believe that ordinary foods can make a big difference. There is no trick here.

Dr. Ronald Krauss Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Chair, American Heart Association Council on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism An excellent, user-friendly resource for people with high blood pressure, as well as anyone who wants to improve their heart health.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451665581
  • Publisher: Gallery Books
  • Publication date: 7/19/2011
  • Edition description: Simon & Schuster
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 528,545
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author


Tom Moore, M.D., senior author, has spent more than 20 years studying the causes of high blood pressure. He has published more than 100 articles and book chapters on this subject for medical professionals. Dr. Moore has been a member of the faculty of Harvard Medical School for 25 years. He served as the Chairman of the Steering Committee of the DASH trial, the landmark medical study that proved that the DASH diet works. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Pao-Hwa Lin, Ph.D. has been a faculty member at the Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition Center at Duke University Medical Center since 1992. She was closely involved in the design and development of the DASH diet and was chairperson of the diet commitee for the DASH-Sodium study. She lives in Durham, North Carolina.

Njeri Karanja, Ph.D., a Research Associate Professor of Medicine in the division of Endocrinology/Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition at Oregon Health & Science University, led the data coordinating activities for the DASH study. Karanja lives in Portland, Oregon.

Laura Pata Svetkey, M.D. is the Director of Clinical Research at the Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center as well as the Director of the Duke Hypertension Center and has more than 20 years of experience in clinical research. She has been Principal Investigator on four NIH-sponsored multi-center studies on nutritional approaches to controlling hypertension and other obesity-related cardiovascular risk factors, including the landmark DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) clinical trial.

Mark Jenkins is a journalist and the author of several health books, including the Sports Medicine Bible, and is a consultant to the Harvard Medical School system.

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DASH Diet for Hypertension


By Jenkins, Mark

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Chapter 1: Introducing DASH

The Isosceles Triangle Diet. The Bacon Grease and Beer Diet. We haven't heard of either of these diets, but it wouldn't surprise us to learn they existed! No doubt about it, our society has an insatiable appetite for wonder diets that will cure all our ills - and the wackier the premise, the better. There's no reason to think people with high blood pressure are any different, especially when you consider this medical condition is so serious that it is a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, enlarged heart, and kidney damage.

If you bought this book hoping to find a blood-pressure-lowering diet with a nifty formula or handy-dandy gimmick, you'll be disappointed. The same goes if you're seeking a diet to lower your blood pressure based on some oddball theory. In a day and age when uncomplicated is unfashionable, our diet isn't high-tech or even low-tech. It's no-tech.

What our easy-to-understand blood-pressure-lowering diet has going for it is that not only is it safe, natural, fast-acting, and hearty enough that it won't leave you hungry, but more important, it works - and we have proved it.

This is no small achievement when you consider how much hype and hyperbole surround the field of health and nutrition. So many wild claims are passed off as fact. A good number of the diets being foisted on the American public by seemingly reputable people simply don't work, while others are plain dangerous - whether their promoters are promising to help us lose weight, live longer, or beat cancer.

Our diet to lower high blood pressure, on the other hand, was tested under carefully controlled scientific conditions. It was the subject of two of the biggest clinical research studies of their kind ever done. The studies were conducted at several of the nation's finest medical institutions under the auspices of the prestigious National Institutes of Health. More than 80 physicians, nutritionists, and technicians were involved, along with 800 study participants.

The goal was to harness the power of certain whole foods that contain the key minerals and other nutrients that we believed have the ability to lower blood pressure. This combination of nutrients had never before been tested in a "regular folks" diet.

The men and women who participated in our study followed the special diet we created. The results were beyond our wildest expectations. Our diet lowered participants' blood pressure as much as a typical blood pressure medication, and it did so quickly - within 14 days of beginning the diet. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the DASH diet, in this chapter we'll share some of the personal success stories of individual study participants.

Take Melody Smith, for example. She is quite typical of the person with high blood pressure who participated in the DASH study. After being diagnosed with high blood pressure 10 years ago, this 42-year-old computer software salesperson tried several antihypertensive medications to keep her blood pressure down. However, Melody hated the side effects of the medications, not to mention their high cost. Sometimes she stopped taking her medications without her doctor's permission. That's when she asked us about participating in the DASH study. Melody was skeptical when she started the study but hopeful she would find a natural way to improve her blood pressure. Imagine Melody's surprise when she was informed that after just two weeks eating the DASH diet her blood pressure had dropped from 144/94 (in the "high" range) down to 132/88. The blood-pressure-lowering effect she got from the DASH diet was just about what she had gotten from the drugs she had taken before - but without the side effects. Equally important for Melody, her doctor agreed that she no longer needed to take antihypertensive medications.

The medical implications of the DASH diet are profound. If, like Melody Smith, you are one of the tens of millions of Americans with hypertension, lowering your blood pressure will enable you to significantly reduce the life-threatening consequences of this disease, including heart attack, stroke, and hardening of the arteries.

The DASH diet will help you even if you don't have high blood pressure right now. Blood pressure tends to go up the older you get, and by their mid-sixties more than half of all Americans have high blood pressure. Following the DASH diet will help you avoid this eventuality. This is not an issue just for older people. Since blood pressure naturally starts going up in the teen years, it's almost never too early to encourage young people to start incorporating the DASH diet into their lives.

You are especially likely to develop high blood pressure if your blood pressure level is in the "high-normal" range or if you have a family history of high blood pressure. Again, eating the DASH diet can reduce the likelihood you will develop high blood pressure if you are predisposed for these reasons.

Another DASH success story is Charles Runnel, a 64-year-old retired chemistry professor. With blood pressure in the "high-normal" range (136/88), Dr. Runnel was a prime candidate for developing hypertension before he enrolled in the DASH study. Two weeks after he started eating the DASH diet, his blood pressure had dropped to 126/80. Like numerous other men and women with "high-normal" blood pressure who continued eating the DASH way after participating in the DASH study, Dr. Runnel avoided the virtual certainty he would eventually develop hypertension.

For both Melody Smith and Charles Runnel, taking medication for their blood pressure was a big issue - Melody wanted to get off her medication and Charles wanted to avoid starting one. In fact, most people who have high blood pressure are eventually prescribed medications that are often expensive and can have unpleasant and possibly harmful side effects. If you're on blood pressure medication and would like to get off or if you want to avoid ever taking medication, the DASH diet may offer more good news:

  • If you have stage 1, or "mild," high blood pressure and you are not yet taking blood pressure medications, following the DASH diet could lower your blood pressure to the "healthy" range and help you avoid the possibility of ever having to take drugs for blood pressure (see the table on page 14 for classifications of the different stages of high blood pressure).
  • If you are taking medications to keep your blood pressure at a healthy level and your doctor thinks you should keep taking them, following the DASH diet may help you keep your blood pressure in the healthy range on fewer medications or lower doses.
  • If you have a family history of high blood pressure or "high-normal" blood pressure (again, see page 14 for classifications), the DASH diet can be an effective preventive therapy and may help you avoid ever having to take blood pressure medications.

Remember, never change your medication or stop taking a medication without first getting clearance from your doctor and having your blood pressure properly monitored.

In addition to its role in lowering blood pressure, our diet has other important benefits. The foods in the plan help to lower the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis. Surveys of the men and women who participated in our study showed that the diet actually made them feel better, physically and mentally. This is what the DASH diet can do for you:

  • Lower your blood pressure in 14 days.
  • Lower your cholesterol.
  • Reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
  • Reduce your risk of osteoporosis.
  • Increase antioxidant levels in your system.
  • Improve your mood and quality of life.

Above all, though, this is a diet for lowering blood pressure. Although high blood pressure is very common, it is also widely misunderstood even by those who suffer from it. Before we take a much closer look at the DASH study, it's important to learn more about the deadly disease that made this diet necessary, which we'll do in the next chapter

Take the 14-Day DASH Diet Challenge!

We want to get you started as soon as possible on our lifesaving diet. For that reason we are issuing you our "14-day challenge." We challenge you to eat our simple diet of nutritious foods for two weeks and see the difference it makes in your blood pressure. Believe it or not, your blood pressure will drop significantly to a much healthier level.

If you have "mild" high blood pressure (stage 1), your blood pressure may go down to a level where you can go off your medication if your doctor says it's okay. If you have more severe high blood pressure, your blood pressure may go down to a level where you may be allowed to reduce your blood pressure medication dosage, making it easier to keep up with your drug regimen.

Sticking to the DASH diet will keep your blood pressure down, and it also has a host of other profound physical and mental health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, and various cancers. For all these reasons, eating the DASH diet can literally save your life.

Skeptical? Don't believe a straightforward diet could have as powerful an effect as high-priced medications? Then take the 14-day challenge!

How do you take us up on our challenge? First, schedule an appointment with your doctor or nurse to get your blood pressure tested. Then start eating the DASH diet. At the end of 14 days, get another blood pressure reading. If you've stuck to the diet, your blood pressure will have dropped to a much healthier level. If you continue to eat the DASH diet, your blood pressure will stay at a healthy level.

Why are we so confident your blood pressure will respond? Because we achieved these results in hundreds of men and women who participated in the DASH study.

Caution

Keep in mind, the 14-day challenge may not be for everyone. Some people with kidney problems may not tolerate the amount of potassium contained in DASH foods. If this applies to you, talk to your doctor before starting the diet. But for most people the DASH diet is a healthy eating plan that has been proven to lower blood pressure. For guidance on easing into the DASH diet, refer to page 117.

And remember our admonition to get clearance from your doctor before making any change in your medication regimen.

Copyright © 2001 by Thomas Moore, Laura Svetkey, Lawrence Appel, George Bray, and William Vollmer(Continues...)



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Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

Part One

Why We Need DASH and How It Works

  1. Introducing DASH

    Take the 14-Day DASH Diet Challenge!

  2. Why DASH? Hypertension: The Silent Killer

    A Deadly Disease That Affects Millions

    What Is High Blood Pressure/Hypertension?

    What Causes High Blood Pressure?

    Who Is Most at Risk for Hypertension?

    Understanding Blood Pressure Readings

    Truth and Consequences

    How High Blood Pressure Is Treated

  3. Proving the Diet Works: How We Did It

    Top-Level Study Finally Launched

    DASH Study Design

    The Results

    The Science Behind DASH

    Implications of the Diet

    A "Feel-Good" Diet Too!

    A Postmodern Diet

Part Two

Making the Most of Your Commitment

  1. Optimizing the Diet: Salt Reduction Is the Answer

    The DASH-Sodium Study

    How Salt Influences Blood Pressure

    Lowering Your Salt/Sodium Intake: Here's How

  2. DASH Plus: Weight Loss, Exercise, and Limiting Alcohol Consumption

    Bring Your Body Fat to a Healthy Level

    Start an Exercise Program

    Launching a Vigorous Exercise Program

    Limit Your Alcohol Consumption

  3. Want to Lose Weight? DASH Has the Answer

    Fundamentals of Weight Loss

    Customizing the DASH Diet for Weight Loss

    The Substitution Solution

    The Skinny on Fat

    Nutrition Facts Panel and Food Labeling

    Keeping It Off

Part Three

DASH in Action

  1. Putting DASH into Action: How to Start Eating the DASH Way

    DASH in Three Easy Moves

    Preparing to DASH

    Vegetables

    Fruits/Fruit Juices

    Dairy Foods (Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt)

    Grains (Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta)

    Meat, Poultry, andFish

    Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes

    Added Fats and Oils

    Sweets

    Healthy Hints for Home Cooking

    DASH-Friendly Cooking Methods

    Supermarket Savvy: How to Shop for DASH

    Dining Out on DASH

    Eating the DASH Way: Any Tom, Dick, or Harriet Can Do It

    Track Your Food Habits

  2. Make DASH Part of Your Life...for Life!

    Step 1: Recognize Your Food Issues

    Step 2: Believe You Will Succeed

    Step 3: Time It Right

    Step 4: One Step Leads You to the Next

    Step 5: Develop a SMART Action Plan

    Step 6: "Just Do It"

    Step 7: Assess Your Progress

    Step 8: Ask for Help If Things Aren't Going Well

    And the Final Step: Celebrate Every Success, No Matter How Small!

Part Four

DASH Menu Plans and Recipes

  1. Fourteen Days on the DASH Diet

    Meeting Your Calorie-Intake Requirement

    How the Menu Plans Break Down

    Week 1: 2,000-Calorie Menus

    Week 2: 2,000-Calorie Menus

    Snacking on the DASH Diet

  2. DASH Recipes

    Main Dishes

    Baked Catfish • Baked Macaroni and Cheese • BBQ Pork Chops • Blackened Beef with Greens and Red Potatoes • Chicken and Broccoli Bake • Chicken Fruity Stir-fry • Chicken with Rice • Dave's Cajun Catfish • Fettuccine with Chicken and Vegetables • Grilled Tuna • Hawaiian Chicken Sandwich • Mango and Black Bean Salad with Grilled Shrimp • New Orleans Red Beans and Rice • Northeast Gumbo • Snapper with Greens • Spicy Cod • Sweet-and-Sour Pork with Vegetables • Swiss Cheese Sandwich • Turkey Burger • Vegetarian Lasagna • Vegetarian Spaghetti Sauce • Vermont Roast with Brown Mustard

    Soups

    Gingered Butternut Squash Soup • Tomato Bisque • Tomato-Orange Soup • Tortellini and Bean Soup

    Vegetable Side Dishes

    Broccoli Rabe • Green Beans with Almonds • Kale with Sesame Seeds • Limas and Spinach • Molasses-Braised Collards • Sautéed Collard Greens • Stuffed Acorn Squash • Sweet-Potato Chips

    Grains

    Apple Cobbler • Blueberry Pancakes • Bulgur Wheat with Tomatoes • Couscous with Broccoli • Scallion Rice • Wild Rice Pilaf

    Salads

    Broccoli and Walnut Salad • Cherry Tomato and Scallion Salad • Coleslaw with Dates • Fresh Fruit Salad • Hot Red Potato and Spinach Salad • Soybean Salad • Spicy Carrot Salad • Three-Bean Salad • Tomato and Red Onion Salad • Tossed Salad I • Tossed Salad II

    Breads

    Baked Brown Bread • Banana Raisin Nut Bread • Lemon Muffins • Lighter Sweet Country Corn Bread • Quick Pumpkin Bread

    Desserts

    Apple Crisp • Baked Apple • Chocolate-Dipped Fruit • Crustless Pumpkin Pie • Low-Calorie Walnut Brownies • Orange-Banana Fruit Salad • Smoothie • Sweet Potato Pie • Tapioca with Mandarin Oranges • Tropical Delight • Vanilla Pudding with Banana

  3. DASH Meal Plans

    Breakfast

    Lunch

    Dinner

Appendix A The Science Behind DASH
The Role of Key Nutrients in Keeping Blood Pressure Healthy How Potassium, Calcium, and Magnesium Combine to Lower Blood Pressure Fiber Matters, Too
Appendix B A Formula to Calculate Your Daily Calorie Intake

Appendix C A Formula to Calculate Your Body Mass Index (BMI)

Appendix D Scientific Articles about the DASH Diet

Index

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  • Posted January 23, 2010

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    Excellent reference for any personal library.

    I bought this book after reading the NIH pamphlet on the DASH diet. My blood pressure is pre-hypertension and my mother is on medication for her blood pressure. The DASH diet is not just your typical low sodium diet. This diet also incorporates higher levels of other nutrients that help with blood pressure and vascular function. In addition to the reduced sodium this diet increases one's intake of fruit and vegetables that are high in fiber and potassium, both of which serve to fight hypertension. The book discusses the actual DASH study and the science behind it, but in layman's terms so the average individual such as myself can understand it. It also gives all of the recipes and meal plan used in the study as well. I would definitely recommend this book not just to those with high blood pressure but to anyone who would like a healthier nutrition lifestyle.

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

    A Great Help

    I bought this book when my doctor told me I had hypertension. My doctor gave me an article on The DASH Diet and told me to read it. I wanted to know more, so I did a search for this diet on the Internet. That's when I found this book. I learned a lot about how the body works and about hypertension in general. I got a lot of great ideas about what to eat. I have changed my eating patterns and what a difference it has made. I also walk and drink more water! After six weeks of changing my diet, I went back to my doctor weighing eleven pounds less and my blood pressure dropped to 130/80 from 160/94.I gave this book as a gift to someone because the information that I gleaned from it helped me to change my life and they needed help as well. And, it did not cost a whole lot, which was a plus!

    14 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 31, 2009

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    Research Based Lifestyle Changes

    The DASH Diet for Hypertension is based on research regarding the impact that nutrition and exercise has on reducing blood pressure. It has ideas for menus, exercise, and how to make "small" lifestyle changes toward better health without the use of drugs. It is not a "diet" but introduces lifestyle changes to increase health benefits. It's a "must read" and a "must do" for anyone with hypertension issues.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

    Informative but not effective

    High blood pressure prompted this purchase. It is full of useful information and recipes, but after 2 weeks, it did not decrease the blood pressure. Perhaps, given more time, it may be the perfect solution, but it did not produce promised results in our case.

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  • Posted April 9, 2012

    Very Good ! Very Enouraging!

    It's so encouraging to learn that we can avoid the high cost of BP and Cholestrol meds by eating a healthy variety of foods. Stunning. I bought multiple copies of this book for my family and friends. I hope they all live healthy, sharp and drug free to 100!

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