Vitamin D To Reduce High Blood Pressure


Vitamin D is an important vitamin that helps in strengthening of bones and other essential functions. Lower levels of vitamin D have been associated with high blood pressure and even heart disease. About 600 IU of vitamin D is an optimum dosage to satisfy your body’s need. Although, sufficient amounts of vitamin D are obtained just by getting exposed to sunlight but if needed supplements can be taken. Vitamin D can be obtained from the following food sources like fishes, oysters, fortified cereals, eggs and mushrooms.


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