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How Garlic May Reduce Blood Pressure Level

Garlic is a common plant that is related to onion. Its consumption has been associated with many health benefits. It can treat common cold in the body because of its ability to boost immune health. But before that, there is a condition that is known as vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C deficiency describes the absence of vitamin C in the body. This is not even the worse part, because the absence of this vitamin in the body can cause serious harm. The absence of vitamin C leaves the immune system hanging in the area of offering protection. Vitamin C strengthens the immune system; but its absence directly puts you at risk of conditions such as common cold. Fortunately, garlic can boost immune functions so that you do not suffer from illnesses such as common cold. This article will also talk about how garlic may reduce blood pressure level.

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For starters, garlic contains some compounds and nutrients that can reduce blood pressure level. But before that, there is a condition that is known as heart attack. Heart attack is a fatal myocardial infarction which occurs when there is an interruption in the supply of blood to the heart. This leads to the death of the heart muscle tissue. Do you know that failing to manage blood pressure level may increase your risk of heart attack? High blood pressure level is a major cause of heart attack, but people who consume garlic may reduce their risks.

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There are studies that indicate that garlic may reduce blood pressure level. These studies do not mention how garlic may do this, but they emphasize that the plant has the potential to improve heart function by lowering blood pressure level. (According To Healthline, On The 5th Of May, 2022, "Human studies have found garlic supplements to have a significant impact on reducing blood pressure in people with high blood pressure.")

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Therefore, you should consider adding garlic to your diet.

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