What Is the Evidence That Vitamin C Supplements Lower Blood Pressure?

Published in: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, v. 95, no. 5, May 2012, Editorial, p. 997-998

Posted on RAND.org on May 01, 2012

by Sydne J. Newberry

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This editorial uses a recent meta-analysis on the effects of vitamin C on blood pressure to highlight pitfalls in nutrition research design.

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