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Celery as a Natural Antihypertensive Medicine

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Good eating habits need to be built in everyday life and knowledge of self-care and disease prevention needs to be improved in order to avoid complications before they arise. But protecting the heart and nurturing the heart is not as difficult as many people believe. Pay attention to the specifics of your everyday life and diet, and you can get surprising results.

Celery is definitely a summer dish, because it has a refreshing taste, lower blood pressure, blood lipids, and clear internal heat.

Celery includes phytochemicals called phthalides. As an extract, it is called NBP and relaxes the tissues of the artery walls to improve blood flow and minimize blood pressure. Eating all the food, however, is easier. Celery stalk salt content is low, and you also get fiber, magnesium and potassium to help control your blood pressure.

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COPYRIGHT_WI: Published on https://washingtonindependent.com/ebv/celery-as-a-natural-antihypertensive-medicine/ by Karan Emery on 2021-01-13T06:01:40.423Z

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Karan Emery

Karan Emery - I'm a research scientist interested in learning more about how neural activity influences and shapes human behavior. Project design and management, data analysis and interpretation, and the creation and implementation of testing tools are among my specialties. I enjoy coming up with new ideas and coming up with practical solutions to issues that are widely applicable. My colleagues would describe me as a driven, resourceful individual who maintains a positive, proactive attitude when faced with adversity. Currently, I’m seeking opportunities that will allow me to develop and promote technologies that benefit human health. Specific fields of interest include data analytics, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals.

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