The Kiwi! That’s right, in studies done in Norway over an 8 week period at Oslo Hospital with some 188 Norwegian adults who all had mild hypertension.
The participants were randomly assigned to two groups either eating three kiwis or a proverbial apple a day.
After about two months, the higher blood pressure measurement called systolic pressure was on average 3.6 millimeters of mercury lower in the kiwi group.
According to the results presented at the American Heart Association scientific meeting in Orlando, the minimum blood pressure reading known as diastolic pressure was also lower in the kiwi group, but not much enough to show a significant association with eating kiwi. (presstv.ir)
The power of fruit is amazing with all their health benefits; why not add more to your diet today.