Daily drinking juice glass to get high blood pressure
The glass cup in the beet juice can be reduced in the long term in the long term. Researchers at Wake Forest University have found this in Winston-Salem. In addition, issues with heart failure tend to significantly improve endurance. Responsible for this effect is organic nitrate, which is abundant in other vegetables.
Everything has become herbed
"A herb has grown against everyone", it is the name of an old proverb of old natural medicine. For millennia, knowledge of natural medicine was sent to the next generation. In modern times, many scientists want to recover their knowledge after the pharmaceutical industry and the tablets have replaced the medical beliefs. The researchers at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, found that daily beet juice could significantly improve the performance of cardiac insufficiency patients. In addition, better blood pressure values have been found in rest and stress.
Cautious content of organic nitrate
Beetroot is rich in inorganic nitrate. This circumstance has seen a rise in performance in many research. A new US study shows that the fraction of the ejection fraction of heart failure (HFPEF) may have a positive effect if regular beet juice is used. After a week of consuming daily, systolic blood pressure significantly improved. Testing services also improved significantly.
In total, 20 HFPEF hypertonic patients took part in the pilot study of NYHA 2 and 3 stages and in the mid-69's. First of all, the patients gave them a single dose of beet or juice in a cross design. After the clearing phase, the candidates cured the weekend juice. 70 ml daily breeds each exactly 6.1 mmol nitrate.
After a week, the aerobic resistance of a sub-max load increased from 363 to 449 seconds. This means that performance has increased by 24%. However, the only dose of placebus comparison was not affected. Heart frequency and exercise ECG oxygen consumption was almost identical. (Study Link)
Stress testing showed success
It was evident in two treatments (one-off, one-off) per week, plasma and nitrate concentrations increased. Systolic arterial pressure was reduced to 120 to 120 mm Hg per week. The stress test also showed improvement in one week. Although not so significant (166 to 159 mm Hg), it still showed a marked trend.
Although the research was carried out with a small number of participants, the short term comparison was quite short; The study should have an "important therapeutic effect" at Wake Forest University, at Wake Forest University, director of Joel Eggebeen. For reduced performance, it is the main symptom of heart failure. They reduce the daily life of patients. There are no drugs that get performance. Resistance training can only help the patients away. For this reason, doctors say: "Our research suggests that chronic nutrition that NO negative food is nutritionally improves in exercise tolerance."
Previous studies point in the same direction
A previous study indicated in the same direction. The tolerance of the patient's exercise for the use of beet juice is only comparable to the comparison. In research, however, nitrate content was as double as.
The tablets do not help
And more things stand out. On the other hand, organic nitrate results in negative or even more negative effects. Scientists say "different pharmacokinetics". Organic nitrate, for example, releases large amounts of EJN. "Inorganic nitrates provide NO lower formations and, consequently, lower but less persistent vasodilatations," the researchers write. In addition, "NO notice to say more specifically to hypoxic regions."
But why does beetroot work so well? Scientists believe that after consuming "vascular systemic endurance is reduced." In addition, the authors of the investigation suspect the distribution of blood flow and thus promote muscle circulation. The research would allow for more research. In the end, "the secret must be clarified for the benefit of the patient". (Sb)