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  • Category: High Blood Pressure and Hypertension

    Cocoa may lower blood pressure

    According to research published in the archives of internal medicine, foods rich in cocoa appear to reduce blood pressure but tea drinking may not. Currently, it is advisable that people with high blood pressure should eat more fruits and vegetables; compounds known as polyphones or falconoids in fruits and vegetables are thought to contribute to their beneficial effects on blood pressure and cardiovascular risk.
    However, coca and tea are currently not implemented in cardio protective or anti hypertensive dietary advice, although both have been associated with lower incidences of cardiovascular events.

    Adeyeye Adesola
    Health is wealth
  • #2694
    Eating fruits and vegetables is a part of good food habits and also help in making a good life style. It is necessary to include these natural foods in our routine eating habits. A good life style is the basic requirement for blood pressure control.

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