Have you ever considered swapping your morning glass of fresh orange for freshly squeezed beetroot? Thought not - but in light of a remarkable discovery, it may be worth downing the inky, purple-red stuff with your cornflakes. And, thanks to the launch this month of a scrumptious new juice, getting your daily dose won't require a pinch of the nose or scrubbing stubborn, deep purple stains off your chopping board.
Earlier this year, scientists at Barts and the London School of Medicine found that beetroot juice can have as great an effect on blood pressure as conventional drugs. Read more
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Drink Beet Juice to Lower Blood Pressure
Scientists have discovered that beets have a remarkable effect on lowering blood pressure. Beet juice may never become your favorite drink, but wouldn't it be better than taking blood pressure medication?