Vitamin D helps lower blood pressure

In a long-term blood pressure study, researchers measured vitamin D blood levels in 559 Michigan women, and then took annual blood pressure readings. Compared to premenopausal women who were deficient in vitamin D at the start of the study, premenopausal women with normal vitamin D levels were 67 percent less likely to develop high systolic blood pressure 15 years later. 

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