Foods won't help your blood pressure but if you are anaemic then you need iron supplements.
Foods which contain iron are:-
Red meat, green leaf vegetables, fortified breakfast cereal, bran, soybean, spinach, red kidney beans, rice, raisins, and prunes.
Low BP is only ever a problem if you are symptomatic with dizziness etc. If not then low blood pressure is never a problem, it's a normal healthy variant and you are at a significantly lower stroke risk.
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