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Is rice water good for high blood pressure? 

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Daily consumption of a rice bran supplement containing PRB can safely improve mildly elevated blood pressure.

Such biological activities which are related to rice and its products are decreasing low density lipoprotein level, lowering cholesterol, reducing blood pressure and preventing colorectal cancer.

Sesame consumption may benefit blood pressure (BP) owing to its high polyunsaturated fatty acid, fibre, phytosterol and lignan contents.

The above results suggest that “Shangshida NO.5” rice, particularly pre‐germinated rice, is a good dietary supplement for preventing the development of hypertension.

In addition, the low-Cd rice intervention showed initial benefits in lowering blood pressure levels, especially DBP, but not kidney biomarkers.

The main finding of this study indicates that low-pressure plasma is effective at enhancing the growth and GABA accumulation of germinated brown rice, which can supply high nutrition to consumer.

Low sodium high potassium salt-substitute is effective in lowering both systolic and diastolic blood pressure and offers a simple, low-cost approach for hypertension control among Tibetans in China.

may be beneficial to the prevention of high blood pressure.

Consumption of sodium chloride-rich mineral water can abolish the blood pressure reduction induced by dietary salt restriction in elderly individuals.