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Researchers confirm that drugs for high blood pressure don’t completely restore normal vascular function


Researchers at Lancaster University in the UK have confirmed that drug treatments for high blood pressure do not totally reverse the damaging effects the condition has on the vascular rhythms that help circulation of the blood.


It is of course hardly surprising that drugs for high blood pressure don’t reverse the damaging effects this dangerous condition has on the body’s vascular system. This is because pharmaceutical medications completely fail to correct the root cause of this health problem.

The main cause of high blood pressure is a chronic deficiency of essential micronutrients in millions of artery wall cells. Among other functions, these cells are responsible for the availability of “relaxing factors”, such as nitric oxide, which decrease vascular wall tension and keep the blood pressure within normal range. When such a micronutrient deficiency exists in the cells of the artery wall, the only effective response is to resupply the body with the necessary vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other natural substances that it is lacking. Pharmaceutical drugs are not a replacement for proper nutrition!

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