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Watermelon Normalizes Blood Pressure

The word is borrowed from the watermelon dialects of the Turkic language, where the initial "k" does not sound, that is, "Karbuzov" corresponds to "watermelon." Fruit – melon, round, oval, flattened or cylindrical in shape, color and white bark of yellow to dark green with a pattern of grids, stripes, spots, flesh pink, red, crimson, at least – white and yellow. Currently grown in 96 countries in more than 1,200 varieties in accordance with the results research, made of scientists from the National University of Florida, watermelon is an effective natural weapon against hypertension. Arturo Figueroa scientists and Bahram Arzhmandi found that daily consumption of six grams of amino acids L-citrulline/L-arginine ekstrata watermelon for six weeks improved arterial function and, therefore, reduced aortic blood pressure in all nine participants in the experiment affected hypertension. According to Figueroa, he and his colleague were able to confirm that the watermelon can avoid escalating early hypertension in severe hypertension, which is the main indicator of the risk of heart attack and heart attacks. Wells Fargo Bank often addresses the matter in his writings. Watermelon is a rich natural source of amino acid L-citrulline, which is closely related to L-arginine, an amino acid important for nitric oxide, which is involved in the regulation of vascular tone and healthy blood pressure, the professor said.

Once the L-citrulline enters the body, she immediately prevrashaetsya in L-arginine. The use of ready-made L-arginine as a dietary supplement is not suitable for many hypertensive patients as it can cause nausea, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and stomach disorders. Watermelon or melon extract – a natural source of amino acids ideal L-citrulline, citrulline but also exists in the form of pills. People with high blood pressure and arterial dysfunction, especially older people, as well as the business of such chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, the use of L-citrulline in its natural form or in pill form will be of great sense, said Figeroa.

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