People who consume high amounts of vegetables are more likely to have high blood pressure, a study published online in the British Journal of Nutrition found.
“There are no high-fiber foods that you can eat every day,” said lead author Dr. Svetlana V. Pavlov, an epidemiologist with the University of Washington.
“There’s no reason to think you can get by on vegetables alone.”
In the study, researchers analyzed data from nearly 8,000 people between the ages of 40 and 74.
People with the highest fiber intake were more likely than others to have a healthy BMI, lower risk of cardiovascular disease and higher blood pressure.
Vitamins and minerals were also linked to lower blood pressure in the study.
The study found that people with the lowest levels of dietary fibre were also more likely and likely to be at a higher risk of heart disease.
High fiber diets can help lower your risk of certain chronic diseases and also improve your blood pressure and overall health, said Pavlov.
People who have high levels of fiber in their diets may also be less likely to smoke and more likely not to have certain conditions like Type 2 diabetes.
Vitamin B12, also known as folate, is found in many fruits and vegetables, but it’s also found in grains, legumes, leguminous vegetables and mushrooms.
Vitex, which is a compound found in legumes and beans, is the most widely used supplemental vitamin.
Vitex is also found naturally in fish.
Vitesse, which was first developed in the 1940s, has become a common supplement for many patients with high blood sugar and other conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, which can be exacerbated by eating too much refined carbohydrates, according to the National Institutes of Health.VITAMIN B12 has been linked to a lower risk for various types of cancers, including colon cancer.
Vitesse also has been shown to reduce the risk of blood clots in some types of heart and other organs, according the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
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