The most effective recipe for keeping blood pressure under control, modern research￼
The use of herbs is very important in improving and maintaining human health, there are numerous benefits of using herbs that have positive effects on health.
The powerful natural ingredients present in these herbs protect a person from various diseases, for which a strong immune system is essential.
Health experts say that prevention is better than cure, so high blood pressure can be controlled by losing weight, eating more fruits and vegetables, and reducing the amount of salt in the diet.
How helpful is cocoa powder or seeds in controlling blood pressure?
In this regard, a recent research conducted by British experts on a limited scale has shown that the use of cocoa seeds or powder obtained from natural herbs will help in reducing the stiffness of the arteries, including blood pressure control. May be.
Cacao seeds or powder are commonly used in chocolate, coffee, tea leaves, ice cream, beverages and even medicines.
It is also called cacao or cacao, but it is usually called cocoa, it is the edible seeds of a rare tree, which are heated in the heat of the sun to obtain cocoa powder or these seeds are processed by modern machinery. It is converted into powder and used in foods including medicine.
Cocoa contains more than 300 compounds and has antioxidant properties, vitamin K, E, protein, calcium, sodium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, iron, and magnesium that are essential for human health. They are considered better in many respects.
This is the reason why British experts tried to re-investigate the properties of cocoa to find out what effects it has on blood pressure, including cardiovascular diseases.
According to ‘ Healthline ‘, an experiment was conducted by British experts on limited volunteers, in which about a dozen people were divided into two groups, one was given ‘cocoa’ while the other group was given artificial capsules and all Individuals were checked up several times a day for a few weeks.
The experts checked the volunteers three hours after feeding and then every hour after that, and gave the volunteers access to these tests as well. Experts monitored the heart rate, blood pressure and arterial conditions of the volunteers and found that those who took cocoa had normalized blood pressure and reduced the stiffness of their arteries.
Experts concluded that eating foods with a good amount of ‘cocoa’ helps keep blood pressure under control, as well as reducing the stiffness of the arteries.
At the same time, experts said that a person whose blood pressure is already under control or low, eating foods containing ‘cocoa’ can further lower blood pressure and cause problems with it.
Experts also called for more research on the consumption of cocoa-containing foods and its association with blood pressure and heart disease.