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Does Garlic Really Reduce Blood Pressure?


Posted by Lisa R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

I have heard some rumors that garlic helps reduce blood pressure I went out and gots some garlic pills but does anyone have any insight on the topic?

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Garlic may help to regulate normal blood pressure but there isn’t enough scientific evidence to prove this. It’s good to include some garlic in your diet every day. There are other nutrients and herbs that have been researched pretty well. Natto-kinase, made from soybeans, is one such example. It has been used for centuries in Japanese cultures. Studies show that in blood pressure supplements, it may assist the body’s normal functions in regulating healthy blood pressure. Natto-kinase, Vitamin D, folic acid, potassium, taurine (an antioxidant)—are all nutrients that are known to support healthy blood pressure, and may prove more effective than just garlic. Try a scientifically-supported formula like Blood Pressure Matrix. You may want to consult with your physician first especially if you are on other medication for blood pressure.
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