A second study on soy showed that daily intake
March 26 2012 A second study on soy showed that daily intake
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A second study on soy showed that daily intake of foods like tofu, peanuts and green tea helped lower blood pressure in more than 5,100 white and African American people aged 18-30.
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Those who consume about 2.5 or more mg of isoflavones, soy, key component of daily by 5.5 mmHg lower than those who ate less than 0.33 mg daily on average significantly lower blood pressure.
beats by dre studio That daily level should not be hard for most people to reach, a glass of soy milk contains about 22 mg of isoflavones, or nearly 10 times the amount needed to see an effect, according to the research.
"Our results strongly suggest a blood pressure benefit for moderate amounts of dietary isoflavone intake in young black and white adults," said Safiya Richardson.