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Men's Health (Singapore) - - BULLETINS -

In a Ja­panese study, hy­per­ten­sive rats that were fed a diet with 5 per cent as­para­gus had lower sys­tolic blood pres­sure lev­els af­ter 10 weeks than those fed a nor­mal diet. A nat­u­rally oc­cur­ring com­pound in the spears called 2”-hy­drox­yn­i­co­tianamine may block a BP-el­e­vat­ing en­zyme in the kid­neys.

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