Vegetarian diets were linked to reduced blood pressure in a meta analysis
(dailyRx News) While lean meats like chicken can serve as a great source of protein in the diet, there may be some benefits to going meatless — particularly for blood pressure.
A recent study found that a vegetarian diet was linked to lower blood pressure in an analysis of several studies looking at the relationship between blood pressure and vegetarian diets.
The study authors noted that a vegetarian diet might offer a way to lower blood pressure without the use of medication.
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