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…try a 13-hour food fast every night. Meaning, take a 13-hour break between dinner and breakfast the next morning. According to nutritional researcher, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, giving your body that break helps lower blood pressure. Because, when we’re not eating or digesting, the body does a better job of healing and repairing itself – and that goes for relaxing blood vessels, too. So eat dinner a little earlier – like 7pm… and don’t have breakfast until 8am.