Red Wine Does Not Help Reduce High Blood Pressure: New Study

by VR Sreeraman on  September 25, 2011 at 1:03 PM Hypertension News
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Daily intake of red wine does not help reduce high blood pressures, finds a new research.

Experts have previously praised antioxidants called polyphenols found in red wine for fighting heart problems, lowering cholesterol and slashing the risk of diabetes.
 Red Wine Does Not Help Reduce High Blood Pressure: New Study
Red Wine Does Not Help Reduce High Blood Pressure: New Study

But a new Dutch study has found that polyphenols makes no positive difference to high blood pressure and subsequent cardiovascular disease.

"Our findings do not support the idea that red wine polyphenols can account for the suggested cardiovascular benefits," the Daily Express quoted researcher Lise Botden as saying. (ANI)

Source: ANI

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