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KIWI - HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

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Recorded: Tue 15 Nov 2011, 19:19 GMT
Released: Tue 15 Nov 2011, 20:53 GMT

Subject(s):
- health

Location: United States (USA), UNITED STATES (USA)

United States (USA), UNITED STATES (USA), Tue 15 Nov 2011, 19:19 GMT

THREE KIWIS A DAY MAY HELP LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE.

RESEARCHERS RANDOMLY ASSIGNED MORE THAN A HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS TO EITHER EAT AN APPLE A DAY ... OR THREE KIWIS A DAY FOR EIGHT WEEKS.
THOSE WHO ATE THE KIWIS HAD LOWER SYSTOLIC (upper number) BLOOD PRESSURE THAN THOSE WHO ATE THE APPLE A DAY.
CARDIOLOGISTS CAUTIONED THERE IS NO SINGLE MAGIC FOOD THAT'S A KEY TO HEART HEALTH...
HOWEVER THEY AGREED A KIWI COULD FIND A PLACE IN THE FIVE DAILY SERVINGS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES CURRENTLY RECOMMENDED IN A HEART-HEALTHY DIET.
THE FINDINGS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE PRESENTED AT THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA.







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