Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of twenty-nine studies to see what effect supplementing vitamin C had on blood pressure. . . .  They found that vitamin C lowers systolic blood pressure by an average of 3.84mm Hg and diastolic by 1.48mm Hg. In people who actually had high blood pressure, vitamin C dropped the systolic blood pressure by 4.85mm Hg and the distolic by 1.67mm Hg (Am J Clin Nutr 2012;95:1079-88).

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