Though the benefits of Vitamin C on your overall health have been known for years, the information that Vitamin C can reduce your blood pressure is relatively new. In April 2012, a study was published that indicated Vitamin C reduced hypertension by several points. Accoring to WebMD:
Across all the studies — some included healthy adults and others had people with high blood pressure — taking vitamin C supplements at a dose of about 500 milligrams a day appeared to reduce systolic blood pressure by nearly 4 points and diastolic pressure by about 1.5 points in about two months.
Fruits and vegetables, especially red pepper, oranges, grapefruits, and kiwi, are the best dietary sources of this antioxidant-rich vitamin.
With the dangers of high blood pressure, anything you can do to reduce your risk of hypertension is absolutely necessary. Fortunately, the fruit with the highest amount of Vitamin C is completely HCG-Diet approved . . .Read More