Vitamin D supplements may help reduce high blood pressure…

 

The UK’s Telegraph (by Smith) reports, “Vitamin D supplements could be as effective as prescription medicine at reducing high blood pressure,” according to research to be presented at a medical conference. Among “112 participants, 92” of which “were found to have low levels of vitamin D at the start of the study,” investigators “found that those patients taking the vitamin D supplement showed a significant reduction in central systolic blood pressure, measured at the aorta, near the heart, when compared to the placebo group.”

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