Low-Fat Yogurt May Cut High Blood Pressure Risk
ABC News Medical Unit, By Julielynn Wong, M.D.
A new study found people who ate at least six ounces of low-fat yogurt every three days were 31 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who ate less. This study shows an interesting link, not cause and effect, between yogurt and decreased blood pressure. Nutrition professionals agree that it adds to the long list of reasons to eat and enjoy yogurt often.