Vitamin for High Blood Pressure

Any time news comes out regarding reducing the risk of heart disease, it is looked at closely. Heart disease is still the #1 killer of men and women – killing more Americans a year than ALL cancers combined. Additionallly, high blood pressure is the leading cause of heart disease, with over a billion people worldwide suffering from this condition.

Recently a study was conducted at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to evaluate what effect if any, Vitamin C may have on high blood pressure. The results showed that there were benefits of taking Vitamin C supplements for helping to regulate high blood pressure. Across study subjects, the researchers found that vitamin C supplementation reduced systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure. The median dose of vitamin C supplementation used in this study was 500 mg per day.

The results of this study led its authors to conclude: “… vitamin C supplementation reduced both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.”


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