This Common Vitamin Cures High Blood PressureNatural health experts have known for decades how powerful this particular vitamin is for battling high blood pressure.

The big pharmaceutical companies have, however, used endless resources and influence to bury any study that showed positive effects from this essential vitamin.

Research recently published on the online science journal PLOS One, revealed, however, conclusive proof that high blood pressure is caused (and cured) by this one vitamin.

Research on mice recently looked at the connection between high blood pressure and vitamin D. In the 2-part study, 4 groups of mice were given specific diets.

In one part of the study, the mice were given vitamin D-deficient and vitamin D-sufficient diets. In the second part of the study, they were further divided between a high fat or low fat diet.

This resulted in the 4 groups: Vitamin D-deficient, high-fat; vitamin D deficient, low-fat; vitamin D-sufficient, high-fat; and vitamin D sufficient, low fat.

Conclusion: mice that were in the vitamin D-deficient groups- both high-and-low-fat diet, mice developed high blood pressure.

The mice who were not vitamin D-sufficient did not become hypertensive. Didn’t matter if they received high- or low-fat diets.

What’s more, when the hypertensive mice from the deficient group then received sufficient levels of vitamin D, their blood pressure stabilized and they no longer showed signs of high blood pressure.

Before the study, all researchers had to go on was correlative studies that were criticized by pharmaceutical groups as not having irrefutable proof; this study ends the debate.

But humans are a little bit more complicated than mice. And although taking vitamin D will help manage high blood pressure, it may not be enough.

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