Dosage for chia seeds by www.chia4uk.com

Dosage for chia seeds

The Dosage for chia seeds,

 is basically up to the individual and what their goals are and what their current state of health is.

 The dosage of salba seeds for a person with low blood pressure would have to be approved by a Doctor and informing them that they wish  to try chia seeds. This is because salba seeds and chia seeds can lower blood pressure even further over a period of time if taken regular. You should only take this if you have low blood pressure after you consult your Doctor as blood pressure can drop too low which is a very dangerous condition. If they are given permission to start taking chia seeds the dosage taken should be about 1 tea spoon full and slowly increased over a longer period of time, but only  after conferring with their Doctor.

Dosage for chia seeds of people with high blood pressure

These are another group of people who should seek medical advice before commencing any dosage of chia seeds in their diet,  even a small reduction in blood pressure can make a big difference to your health and well being. In a study carried out recently the results showed that if you lower your Diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number) by just 6mm/Hg it can reduce deaths from Heart Attacks by 14% and strokes by a massive 42%!!!  For some people a little more exercise and a lower their salt intake, combined with a high fibre diet (CHIA SEEDS) will do the business. It would be best to  start after speaking with an expert on 1 teaspoon full a day and slowly build it up over several months with close consultation with your Doctor to 1 table spoon full per day. Then increase it again  if this is improving your blood pressure up to a max of 2 table spoon full’s a day (only with permission of your GP)

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