If you do decide to start drinking more tea, you should avoid using sugar, she added.

Meanwhile, you could also lower your risk of high blood pressure by drinking more pomegranate juice, it’s been claimed.

It’s loaded with potassium and other heart-healthy nutrients, and has three times the antioxidant activity than green tea, scientists have revealed.

The polyphenols, vitamins and minerals in pomegranate juice greatly outnumbered those in other fruit juice.

Source: Daily Express

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