Black-tea consumption is linked to lower blood pressure

01/24/2012 | WebMD

A study found that people who drank three cups of black tea a day lowered their blood pressure by two to three points, on average. "At a population level, the observed differences in [blood pressure] would be associated with a 10% reduction in the prevalence of hypertension and a 7% to 10% reduction in the risk of [heart disease and stroke],” researchers wrote.

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