If you're one of the 6.3 million South Africans living with high blood pressure, you're probably taking drugs to keep stroke and heart attack at bay.
While these drugs do work, living with their side effects (leg cramps, fatigue, depression and erectile problems) is a completely different ballgame. Worse still is the knowledge that you'll have to live with these problems for the rest of your life.
But you don't.
According to a new study out of Tokyo, there's a better way to get your blood pressure under control.
Read on to discover what it is…
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The secret is out: There a natural ACE inhibitor – inside asparagus!
In a first-of-its-kind study, scientists took the blood pressure
of a large group of rats. They then split all the rats with high blood pressure
into two groups. One ate a daily diet that consisted of 5% asparagus, the other didn’t get any asparagus.
After ten weeks, scientists measured the blood pressure of both groups of rats again. What they found was amazing.
The systolic blood pressure (the top number) of the group of rats on the asparagus diet dropped 9.9mm/Hg compared to the rats on the non-asparagus diet.
When they looked at why, they discovered the “asparagus rats” had less ACE activity. Proof that asparagus contains an enzyme that inhibits this activity.
Asparagus works 65% better than prescription drugs providing a 9.9 drop in blood pressure!
While this drop sounds small, a 9.9mm drop in your systolic blood pressure after just ten weeks is nothing to sneeze at. It could mean the difference between normal blood pressure (120mm/Hg or less) and prehypertension (120mmg/Hg to 139mm/Hg) or dangerously high blood pressure
(140mm/Hg or more).
Plus, it works 65% better than the drugs your doctor put you on, with none of the risks! With, asparagus season just around the corner, there’s no reason not to try it.
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