You’d Never Guess THIS #1 Cause of High BP

January 13, 2015   |   22 Comments   |   2

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is noted by doctors as the most important risk factor for premature death.

It accounts for half of all deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and 14 percent of all deaths each year.

Hypertension can also lead to heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and dementia…if left untreated.

And 90% of Americans are expected to develop some form of it by the ripe young age of sixty-five.

Yet, interestingly enough, a study reported by the Archives of Internal Medicine revealed 30% of patients with hypertension responded “well” to a PLACEBO.

PROOF that they were able to control their blood pressure without medication.

Further studies prove just simple lifestyle changes can normalize blood pressure levels in over 85% of sufferers.

Watch the video below as best-selling author, John Gray covers hypertension from A to Z, addressing the causes, how it works, and how to recover from this debilitating disease using just the power of nature and your own body…

A few minutes in, he even reveals THE #1 cause of High Blood Pressure. 

…I never saw it coming.

Once you’ve enjoyed John’s video…

Tell me what you thought was the most interesting new information he shared with you that you didn’t know before.

For me, it was the crazy link between lowering high blood pressure and preventing your skin from ever getting sun-burn again!

I know, I know, that one’s “controversial”.

Anyone that answers, gets a free gift on the house!


  1. Donna

    January 16, 2015 Reply

    I'm currently taking a blood pressure medicine, but have been searching for a natural remedy. This is exactly what I've needed. I'm going to try all of his suggestions! Thank you so much!

  2. W

    January 16, 2015 Reply

    It was good basic information for healthy non-pharmaceutical choice for High Blood Pressure.

  3. bobby crowder

    January 15, 2015 Reply

    loved the info, another thing high in potassium is sweet potatoes

  4. Carol Loisel

    January 15, 2015 Reply

    didn't know about vitamin D,I WILL BE GETTING SOME FOR SURE especially in the winter,i am in the sun a lot in the summer,you would say I am a sun worshierper.Thank you so much for the video,learned a lot.

  5. Carol Loisel

    January 15, 2015 Reply

  6. Harold Maharajh

    January 15, 2015 Reply

    Thank you for an interesting article. I totally agreed with the advice given in the video.

  7. Donna

    January 15, 2015 Reply

    So very helpful!!! I admit I'm far from being a healthy eater, but this explained so much about high blood pressure that I did not know. Now I know why I need to change my eating habits (& it's not just about those extra 10-15 lbs) The sugar/fructose really got my attention.
    Sooo, how do we cut those cravings?

  8. Gil Carvalho

    January 15, 2015 Reply


  9. Gil Carvalho

    January 15, 2015 Reply

    Your video was one of the greatest informative things I have ever seen. I wrote a lot of the things you said so i would not forget them, and I am going to try as many of them as I can.
    Thank you, sincerely. GIL

  10. dorothy

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    I was not aware of all the relationships between vitamin D, omega 3s, diabetes, high sugar levels, blood pressure and sun exposure. I appreciated how John mixed this together into his monologue. Guess my vitamin D will get increased till I see a better drop in BP numbers.

  11. * Name

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    Informative for people who never read anything about this subject.I inform myself a lot,hoping for something new,but mostly it is more of same advise

  12. Yvonne

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    Thank you for this wonderful information. I am experiencing high blood pressure and I was type 2 diabetes until I went on Atkins diet 3 years ago when my doctor told me I no long have diabetes. But I still have HBP though I successfully reduced by weight by 20kg
    I also suffer from arthritis in my knees which is severe and this all began after a major emotional trauma in my life. I have don a lot of natural stuff to correct these problems and I recognise the situation when HBP /ARTHRITIS started and I am trying to correct it but it eludes me. I experienced a TDA? (mini stroke) about 10 years ago, which I fought by my strong mind as I experienced the process. (I am more than happy to share my experience with this but do not wish to bore you) and I was extremely lucky to have no obvious long term results from this (as told by my doctors and hospital specialists)
    I appreciate all that you have shared and intend to fully integrate it all into my li fe. Unfortunately I am allergic to Garlic because it causes my throat to close and put me into
    physical stress and I hate garlic anyway.
    interesting also about vit D. I am 71 and all my life I have experienced sever sun burn on may occasions. I have had to be hospitalised because of it twice and I now experience regular occurrences of skin cancer. 1 case of melanoma and many times having had surgery to remove the lesions

    once again Thank you so much. I am going to share this info with many of my friends
    regards Yvonne Wenban

    • Primal Source

      January 16, 2015 Reply

      Hi Yvonne! Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experiences. I'm hoping you're able to apply some of the powerful information John shared in his video to finally overcome your battle with High Blood Pressure. Always listen to and fight WITH your body, instead of against it, and you're sure to overcome the adversity and achieve optimal health. All the best!

  13. Meti pairama

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    Wow awesome I love garlic but ouch I have to leave it be, I am on warfarin suffer water retention,numbness in finger tips ,toes ,hot feet all after a stroke tho not servere but enuf that I tilt to my right every so often when walking exercising ,my vision was tipsy turfy for about a month, although I returned to work 8 days after the incident but retired a year later, and now I'm so lethargic but I spend an hour on the treadmill half hr on bike,I burn 260 calories each time yet I'm fine for all that ,just this annoying body pains in joints mainly

  14. Lynette

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    This is fantastic information. And explained so well. Thanks.

    • Primal Source

      January 16, 2015 Reply

      Hi Lynette! So glad you enoyed the video! I know I sure did. I was completely taken back by how much resourceful information I learned even after so many years of heavily researching this terrible disease that impacts so many of us.

  15. nova

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    this is a great video on this subject, very well laid out and easy to understand thanks

  16. Garry Burdick

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    Correction of typed email in first try.
    The email above IS correct.

  17. Garry Burdick

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    I really agreed with the talk and thank you all for sending.

  18. jonathan

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    hey, the info sounded great. i have diabetes and hypetension. Always thougt these two were unconneted, but now i know how blood sugar affects blood pressure. the thing about vitamin D was really something knew. I will be implementing the suggestions provided. thanks for the info.

  19. Audrey Koi

    January 14, 2015 Reply

    My Doctor told me no salt and no bananas, but take Vitamin D. I also eat a lot of corn, which I will stop. This was very interesting. Thanks.

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