Improve high blood pressure naturally and with African heritage foods

About This Course

 This course helps people who are struggling with high blood pressure take charge of their health by creating their own signature eating plan that is supported by science, is easy to follow and includes plenty of their favorite foods from the African diaspora.  

Course Summary

 The "DASH Diet" (Dietary Approaches to Stopping Hypertension) is a way of eating that has been extensively researched and proven to prevent, manage and in some cases reverse high blood pressure by including a wide variety of food and in as little as 2-4 weeks.  The AfroDASH course uses the science of the DASH diet to help people of African descent create a personalised eating pattern/diet that improves high blood pressure and overall health without giving up delicious locally available traditional favourites such as cassava, millet, pumpkin leaves, and plantain or breaking the bank by buy imported foods.

Simply put, this 4 week course teaches people how to create a diet they love, can stick to, can afford and best of all can rely on to improve their health.

Course Curriculum


Learn the key lifestyle factors that affect your blood pressure and what you can start doing today to take control and and make high blood pressure a thing of the past:

Learn how to create a sleep routine that helps you to wake up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the day. 

Learn how to manage the everyday stresses that make your blood pressure sky rocket. 

Develop an exercise plan that improves your blood pressure and you can stick to...because your LOVE it. 

Discover how to leverage your relationships with family, friends and community to live a purposeful life filled with healing.


  • AfroDASH
  • $197 USD

    improve high blood pressure through diet and the African heritage foods you love.

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  • Why taking care of high blood pressure is important for good health
  • African heritage foods you can enjoy to improve high blood pressure
  • 5 steps to serving a blood pressure busting plate every time you eat
  • How to plan delicious, healing meals that the whole family will enjoy
  • How to cook without much salt (and yet a lot of flavour)
  • Adding meat as part of your eating pattern
  • Beating high blood pressure without busting your budget

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The course is designed to be taken over the course of 4 weeks but you can pace it according to your personal life and time availability. 

There is not live class to join in. You will receive an email with all the information that you need to access the course upon enrollment. 

Yes, the course instructor will answer questions in the private group in the learning platform and on Facebook. 

Create Your Health?

Enroll in this class to learn the simple things you can do today to improve your health without breaking the bank. 

Your Investment 


Take the premier class designed to help you manage blood pressure while enjoying African heritage foods. 

Cordialis Kasago, MA, RDN, DipACLM, DipIBLM

Cordialis is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Board Certified Lifestyle Medicine Professional certified by both the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine and International Board of Lifestyle Medicine. Equipped with over 25 years of experience in clinical nutrition and food service management, she is a believer of identifying the real causes of illness and treating them through good food and lifestyle choices. 

An avid writer, media dietitian and prolific speaker, Cordialis serves as a Media Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professions and regularly gives expert nutrition and health opinions for mainstream media including CNN, The New York Times and the Washington Post.  She is also a contributor for health media outlets that include, Food and Nutrition Magazine and Radiant Health Magazine.

Cordialis is a graduate of the California State University, Los Angeles Nutritional Sciences program and holds a Master’s of Arts in African Area Studies with an emphasis on Public Health. She is a Certified Diabetes Lifestyle Coach,  Food Safety Manager and has a Certifcate of Advanced Weight Management for Adults.