Yogurt is linked to reduced risk of hypertension

09/20/2012 | MedPage Today

A Tufts University study found people who ate a total of one serving of yogurt every three days were 31% less likely to develop high blood pressure, compared with people who did not eat yogurt. Researchers said the protection was higher among people who were not taking drugs to control blood pressure. The findings were presented at an American Heart Association meeting.

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