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Tiny Berry BEATS Blood Pressure Drugs

You may not have any symptoms… but that doesn’t mean your high blood pressure isn’t wreaking havoc on your health.

Over time, those elevated numbers can have you at risk for heart disease and stroke.

And those mainstream meds your doc will have you take can make matters much worse.

I’m talking nausea and dizziness, zero energy, and a damaged sex life.

But there’s hope!

New research shows that a tiny berry works JUST AS WELL as Big Pharma drugs but WITHOUT THE SIDE EFFECTS.

And it even slashes heart disease risk by 20 percent!

All you have to do is head over to the produce section.

Exciting new research, from King’s College London, shows that eating blueberries every day can lower your blood pressure AS WELL AS mainstream meds.

In fact, they can reduce your risk of developing heart disease by 20 percent!

For the study, 40 adults were split into two groups: one half consumed 200 grams of blueberries every day and the other half did not.

After just ONE MONTH, the results showed that blueberries:

  • Helped reduce systolic blood pressure.
  • Boosted blood vessel function.
  • Widened arteries.
  • Improved blood flow.

Even better? These results are darn near identical to one month on risky Big Pharma meds!

And the improvement in blood vessel function started in JUST TWO HOURS after consuming blueberries.

How is this possible, you ask?!

Well, blueberries contain a compound called anthocyanin which give these berries their vibrant color.

This compound not only gives blueberries their vibrant color but is now proven to improve circulatory health and prevent heart disease.

If you’re ready to improve your blood pressure, blood vessel health, arteries, and blood flow… just add 200 grams of blueberries to your daily diet!

That’s just about two handfuls of one of the most delicious berries out there!

Eat them raw, in a smoothie or with yogurt.

And if you want to mix it up, other foods that contain anthocyanin include: blackberries, cherries, eggplant, plums, and prunes. Just make sure they’re organic!