David Riley’s Blood Pressure Protocol – Detailed Review

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In this page we’re going to review the Blood Pressure Protocol by Dr. Miles Channing and David Riley.

To make everything easier for you we will divide this page into two sections:

1. A brief section with some basic details about the Blood Pressure Protocol.

2. A complete review, which will cover the Blood Pressure Protocol in details and provides you with all the important information that we think you need to know about this guide by Dr. Miles Channing and David Riley…

Basic Information

Product’s Name: The Blood Pressure Protocol

Creators: David Riley and Dr. Miles Channing

Release Date: 2015

Learning Format: Downloadable guide

Refund Policy: 100% refund guarantee for 60 days

Official Website: bpsecret.com


Full Review

1. The Key Details

Created by Dr. Miles Channing, a cardiologist and hypertension specialist, and David Riley, a former sufferer of chronic and severe hypertension, the “Blood Pressure Protocol” is an easy to follow guide that shows people how they can naturally and significantly lower their blood pressure from home in as fast as seventeen days.

A Quick Background

David said that he suffered from severe high blood pressure for twelve years, during which he had to take up to eight meds all at once and endure different side effects such as numbed hands and lower extremities, erectile dysfunction, and chest pains.

In his desire to find a way to eliminate this health problem, he stumbled upon an article that featured the interview of Dr. Miles Channing, who lived with the Yanomamo Indian tribe for three years. David explains that what’s so special about this tribe is they have zero cases of high blood pressure.

According to Dr. Miles Channing, it’s not just their no-salt diet that’s responsible for the Yanomamo Indian tribe’s zero cases of high blood pressure, but also that they ate high amounts of foods rich in proteins, fiber, and Coenzyme Q10 antioxidant (that’s abundant in cold-water fishes, green leafy veggies, beef, chicken, nuts, etc.).

The exact foods, herbs, seeds, berries, and spices Dr. Channing discovered are all described in the Blood Pressure Protocol, and more specifically, here are some of the main things you’ll learn in his guide that was created in collaboration with David Riley:

An updated list of the exact natural ingredients that the Yanomamo Indians regularly consumed.

The “Hypertension-Busting Recipe Guide” that shares twenty-one anti-hypertension recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The “Super Smoothie Bible”, which contains seventeen recipes that are delicious and help lower your blood pressure faster.

Tips on how to decrease your risk for stroke, heart attack, and other heart problems, as well as a certain alcohol to improve your heart health.

A list of the major contributing factors for high blood pressure, and much more…


2. An In-Depth Look At The Pros And Cons


The Main Pros


No Need To Take Multiple Meds

How many meds are you taking every day?

To control their blood pressure effectively, many people have to take two or more meds. If you’re unlucky enough to develop resistant or uncontrolled high blood pressure, your doctor might have to implement an intensive treatment plan, which involves taking different types of anti-hypertensive meds or other special treatments.

This is not only costly, but it’s also tiring to take so many meds in just one sitting. Don’t you agree?

Avoid Minor To Major Side Effects Of Anti-Hypertension Meds

Depending on the type, some side effects of anti-hypertensive medications are weakness, fatigue, sleeping difficulties, erectile problems, depression, diarrhea, heartburn, and so much more. Clinical studies also show that anti-hypertensive medications (β blockers, thiazide, and diuretics) increase a person’s risk for new onset diabetes, which is a risk factor for heart disease. [1]

Of course, most meds have side effects, and not everyone who’s taking anti-hypertensive meds will 100% suffer from them. However, the fact that the Blood Pressure Protocol offers an all-natural solution that is not based on anti-hypertension meds means that the chance for any minor or major side effect is minimal.

Backed Up By Real Science

We didn’t really find a detailed discussion of the Yanomamo Indian study David was talking about, and the closest thing we got was an abstract, which you can read here. However, we did find studies, like the one published in the journal Hypertension, which suggest dietary protein and soluble fiber could lower blood pressure. [2]

Deliver The Results

From our research, most people who’ve used this guide achieved at least some of the results promised by the authors. We have found testimonials of people who say that this guide helped them to lower their systolic blood pressure (the value of the upper part) by 65 to 70 points, and to lower their diastolic blood pressure by 60 points. It seems that this happened in just 15 to 21 days on average.

60-Day Money-Back Guarantee

The price of the Blood Pressure Protocol is within the normal range, and the great thing about it is that a full refund guarantee protects your investment. If you don’t feel any improvements in your condition within seventeen to sixty days, you can simply ask for a full refund for whatever reason…


The Main Cons


We Could Not Verify Dr. Miles Channing’s Credentials

As we always do, we tried to find information about Dr. Miles Channing and to verify everything that David Riley tells about them. Unfortunately, we could not find real information about his background and credentials.

Personally, we believe that adding some proofs on the official Blood Pressure Protocol site that support all the claims about Dr.Channing is something important that can add to the credibility of this guide.

Consult Your Doctor First

While the Blood Pressure Protocol is generally safe to use, we will recommend that you won’t stop your maintenance meds in a snap. It could significantly raise your blood pressure again and produce rebound effects, which could make your condition worse. Speak with your doctor about how to wean slowly from your meds without suffering from serious side effects, and don’t stop going to your regular checkups just because you see improvements in your condition.

100% In Digital Format

The Blood Pressure Protocol guide is available exclusively as an eBook. If you don’t like reading eBooks or have problems with your internet connection, you might want to skip this guide or simply to make a printed copy of it at home…


3. Our Verdict

Final Scores
  • Amount of Content - 8/10
  • Quality Of Content - 8.5/10
  • User Friendliness - 9/10
  • Customer Support - 8/10
  • Overall Value For Money - 8.5/10

Overall, we believe that the Blood Pressure Protocol is a legit product, and so far, we haven’t encountered any complaints regarding it. It’s based on scientific facts, and we have found lots of researches and information online that support the claims David Riley and Dr. Miles Channing make in the guide.

With that said, we must admit that it was difficult to look for more information about Dr. Channing and the detailed information about his study involving the Yanomamo (or Yanomami) Indian tribe, and this is something that bothered us a bit. We are not saying that Dr. Channing doesn’t exist; however, we believe that adding some proofs and additional information about him on the official Blood Pressure Protocol website is something that the authors should seriously consider…

When we look at the positive side, the best thing about the Blood Pressure Protocol is that it uses foods, herbs, and spices to lower your blood pressure. We’re not saying they’re completely devoid of side effects, however there is no doubt that the chances of any side effects are lesser than anti-hypertensive meds (or other synthetic drugs for that matter).

Of course, there are also some downsides to Dr. Channing’s Blood Pressure Protocol, and probably the hardest part for most people will be the changes that they will require to do with their current diet. It doesn’t have to be drastic, but you have to make the effort to add or eliminate some of the foods that aren’t helping your condition. It’s going to be tough at first, but once you get used to it, everything would be smooth sailing.

All in all, while it has some cons, we still believe that the Blood Pressure Protocol is worth checking out, and this guide by Dr. Miles Channing and David Riley gets an average rating of 8.4/10 from us.

If you’ve exhausted all of your options, if you’re sick and tired of taking so many meds and dealing with the side effects, or if you simply want a more natural way to control your blood pressure, then this is a great option for you.

Moreover, with the 60 days refund guarantee that the authors provide, you can easily test the Blood Pressure Protocol risk-free for a few weeks and see how everything is going for you. If you won’t feel any improvement in your blood pressure levels or if you won’t be happy with this guide for any other possible reason, then you can easily claim a full refund…



[1] Jason H. Karnes, Pharm D and Rhonda M. Cooper-DeHoff, Pharm D, MS. (2009, June). “Antihypertensive Medications: Benefits of BP Lowering and Hazards of Metabolic Effects.” Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy. Vol. 7, No. 6, Pages 689-702. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2799117/.

[2] Valerie Burke, Jonathan M. Hodgson, Lawrie J. Beilin, et al. (2001). “Dietary Protein and Soluble Fiber Reduce Ambulatory Blood Pressure in Treated Hypertensives.” Hypertension. Vol. 38, Pages 821-826. Retrieved from http://hyper.ahajournals.org/content/38/4/821.full

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  1. Bunaciu says:

    I paid $37.00 for the ebook, but I did not receive a confirmation or instructions in my email how to download the book. On their website all I could see is the presentation. Any chance I could download it?

    • The Diet Talk Team says:

      Hey Bunaciu, simply contact the Clickbank support team and they will help you to solve this issue… All the best 🙂

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