Can Yogurt Help Reduce The Risk Of High Blood Pressure?

yogurtResearch has shown that women who eat five or more portions of yogurt a week are less likely to develop high blood pressure (hypertension) than those who ate yogurt once a month.

Data taken from 100,000’s of men and women have found that the risk of high blood pressure was lowered by a fifth.

The effect was more visible in women as women tend to eat more yogurt than men.

Thoese who ate yogurt 5 times a week saw the benefit more than people who ate lots of fruit, vegetables, beans and nuts.

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