A new scientific review has concluded that intake of quercetin, a phytobiological, can greatly reduce high blood pressure in patients suffering from cardiovascular disease.
Phytobiologicals are biologically active substances that are found exclusively in plants. In addition to quercetin, other examples of phytobiologicals include resveratrol, curcumin, cruciferous vegetable extracts, and green tea extracts.
For optimum health outcomes when supplementing with phytobiologicals they should be taken with a synergistically designed combination of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other essential micronutrients. Such an approach is crucial towards the natural prevention and control not just of high blood pressure, but also many other health problems.
You can learn more about the health benefits of phytobiologicals by reading this special feature page on our website.
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