High asparagus intake could lead to lower blood pressure

06/10/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers at Kagawa Nutrition University in Japan found that a diet rich in asparagus could lead to lowered blood pressure and healthier kidney function after studying the vegetable's effects on rats. The rats who were fed a diet consisting of 5% asparagus for 10 weeks had consistently better health than the rats who did not eat asparagus.

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