Adults genetically at risk of developing hypertension who take vitamin B2 (riboflavin) supplementation may reduce their systolic blood pressure by up to 13 mmHg, which could be clinically important seeing that a 10 mmHg reduction in systolic blood pressure is estimated to decrease the risk of stroke by 40%

In April 2020 researchers from the UK published their review to assess the association between nutrition and risk of hypertension. Hypertension contributes to over 9 million deaths per annum, mainly … Read more

Supplements have little to no effect on the risk of lung cancer and lung cancer mortality in healthy individuals, although vitamin A supplements appear to increase the risk of lung cancer and mortality in smokers or individuals exposed to asbestos, vitamin C the risk of lung cancer in women and vitamin E the risk of haemorrhagic strokes

In March 2020 researchers from Chile and Spain published their review of the medical scientific literature to establish whether supplementations of vitamins and minerals, alone or in combination, reduce the … Read more