A study in Scientific Reports found an association between a diet with high amounts of flavanol-rich foods, such as berries, cocoa and tea, and reduced blood pressure. The study notably was the first to use nutritional biomarkers to objectively measure intake of flavanol, a bioactive food component that several studies have associated with other health benefits.
Study links flavanol intake with lower blood pressure
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