Eating a low-carbohydrate diet was tied to improvements in blood pressure, despite a 21.5% reduction in blood pressure medications, for patients with type 2 diabetes or at high risk for the condition, according to a study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. British researchers analyzed data from 154 individuals for two years and also found significant improvements in lipid profile and weight among the participants who followed a low-carb diet.
Low-carb diet tied to improved BP in diabetes patients
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