Drinking beetroot juice reduces high blood pressure
One a day keeps the doctor does one glass of beetroot juice a day is enough to reduce blood pressure in people with high blood pressure say  researchers who conducted a placebo-controlled trial in dozens of patients. The researchers publish their findings in the journal Hypertension.

Beetroot contains high levels of inorganic nitrate. Other leafy vegetables - such as lettuce and cabbage - also have high levels of the compound, which they take up from the soil through their roots.

In our bodies, inorganic nitrate converts to nitric oxide, which relaxes and dilates blood vessels.

"This research has proven that a daily inorganic nitrate dose can be as effective as medical intervention in reducing blood pressure and the best part is we can get it from beetroot and other leafy green vegetables."

This is an exciting finding because increasing dietary nitrate is something everyone can easily add   into their daily lives and see great benefits.


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