Features July 2015 Issue

A Little Celery Every Day May Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

A Little Celery Every Day May Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

A recent study suggests that a phytochemical in celery helps relax the walls of the arteries to reduce pressure and improve blood flow.

Celery may not be the most exciting vegetable in the produce section, but it may just help you get your blood pressure down. A study published earlier this year found that taking celery seed extract improved blood pressure levels in patients with mild or moderate hypertension.

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