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Eating all vegetables can be an incredibly important change. If you avoid meat totally high blood pressure can be difficult to control. The B6 in meats can help open up blood vessels which prevents the blood pressure spikes. Try to fit in some animal protein for example fish or turkey about 3 ounces per day. Eat as vegetarian try a banana, spinach, chestnuts, avocado, potato and chickpeas which include B6) to open those vessels (Womansworld.com).
Dairy and meat contain natural Trans fat called vaccenic acid, (VA). VA prevents cholesterol spikes and plaque build up. When you do this it can help prevent heart disease by 40%. If you are using vegetable shortening try to change because it is loaded with trans fat. Some healthier oils are lard and coconut. They are trans fat free by 100%.
Eat your veggies. Veggies can shop your risk of pancreatic cancer. They can increase protection for the body. They contain vitamin C and E.
Meatless month is March at Whole Foods.
check out (www.meatlessMarch.com).