SHAFAQNA Türkiye – Proper nutrition is of great importance in addition to the treatment of hypertension. Many of the foods we eat contain tyramine, which raises blood pressure. Tyramine is a natural by-product of the amino acid tyrosine, which is found naturally in some foods. High levels of amino acids in the blood are a risk factor for migraine.
There is also evidence that high levels of this amino acid can cause blood pressure spikes. This substance is dangerous for some people.
WARNING FOR THOSE WHO TAKE THIS MEDICINE
Because monoamines block oxidants, certain drugs can cause dangerous increases in blood pressure when combined with certain foods. For example, anyone taking an MAOI is advised to limit their intake of certain fruits and vegetables. MAOIs (monomanic oxidase inhibitors) are a class of antidepressants with the same efficacy as other antidepressants on the market.
SOME FOODS TO AVOID
“MAOIs, while effective, are often replaced with newer antidepressants that are safer and cause fewer side effects,” explains the Mayo Clinic.
“However, MAOI is a good option for some people. In some cases, MAOIs alleviate depression when other treatments have failed.” Anyone taking the drug can easily avoid complications if they avoid certain foods.
EXCESSIVE CITRUS CONSUMPTION CAN BE DANGEROUS
The most problematic ingredients are those containing the amino acid tyramine. This is because tyramine-rich foods interact with MAOIs and cause a hypertensive crisis. “Citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes, and tangerines contain tyramine,” explains WebMD, “because these fruits contain small amounts of tyramine, consumption in small amounts may still be safe.”
FOCUS ON TROPICAL FRUITS
“Tropical fruits have higher levels of tyramine when ripe. Ripe bananas, pineapples and avocados should be avoided if you are particularly sensitive to tyramine.
REGULATES BLOOD PRESSURE
It should be noted that when taken alone, tyramine can help regulate blood pressure. In addition, the amount of tyramine in foods varies with various processing, storage, and preparation methods.
SALT CONTAIN HIGH TYRAMINE
Sauerkraut, kimchi, pickled beets, pickled cucumbers, and pickled peppers all have high levels of tyramine. In addition, fermented soy products such as tofu, miso, and soy sauce contain tyramine.”
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