Study links whole grains with lower blood pressure in men

10/8/2009 | Reuters

A study of more than 51,000 men ages 40 to 75 found that those who ate an average of about 52 grams of whole grains daily were 19% less likely to develop high blood pressure compared with those with a daily average of about 3 grams. The results "have implications for future dietary guidelines and for the prevention of hypertension," the researchers said.

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