Deli meat Fast food due to it have tons of processed food. Frozen processed food such as pizza, tv dinners Baked goods such as sweets like cookies and donuts. Canned tomato products.Red meats, if you do eat meat try a leaner option. Coffee or any caffeinated drinks Alcohol Smoking(not a food but if you do smoke, you should quit) Bacon, once again try a lean option. The rule of thumb would be anything that is processed and has high sodium you want to eliminate it from your diet.
Foods that lower your blood pressure:
Vegetables and fruits such as : Avocados blueberries green beans celery papaya oatmeal tomatoes kiwis spinach Anything green and leafy is heart healthy foods and there are so many different types of fruit out there I would find some that accommodate to your taste.I would always refer over to the Dash Diet or an exchanges list these are easy references. I would recommend to always keep almonds in your pantry not only are they heart healthy but a very easy to pick up and eat.
Here are some support groups because no one should struggle throughHypertension alone:
Colorado Support Group Contact: Cheryl Massaro, Facilitator Email:firstname.lastname@example.org (719) 372-3305 Pat Patterson, Co-Facilitator (719) 637-1244 Founded in January 2000 by Julie Morgan and Stacy Durham (succumbed to familial PH August 2003), the Southern Colorado Pulmonary Hypertension Group typically meets on the third Sunday of each month except June. Refreshments are usually provided by our sponsors. Colorado Springs, CO United States
There is also an online community that answers any questions. http://exchanges.webmd.com/hypertension-and-high-blood-pressure-exchange/forum/index, this website is web md that has a specific section for people with hypertension/
http://www.phassociation.org/SupportGroupCalendars/AllStates, this is for hypertension they have a calendar scheduled meetings by state. And here are some patient friendly websites for Hypertension: www.heart.org search for high blood pressure or hypertension www.webmd.com search for high blood pressure or hypertension
I hope that these sites are useful on giving you more information on hypertension, diet tips and support.
Resources: Web Md-http://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/high-blood-pressure-diet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWANREMXphc