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  1. Mr Paul Willis Mr Paul Willis United Kingdom says:

    I am a type 2 diabetic, for the last 8 years my local physician, the diabetic s pecialists and the top consultant of the heart clinic at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester have been struggling to lower my blood pressure. Treatments including Amlopodine, Isosorbide mononitrate and increased lisinopril dosage have all produced unbearable side effects and have all failed. Yet drinking 230ml of tomato juice twice daily for three weeks has significantly lowered my blood pressure. My physician is well pleased and says that although he cannot confirm that it is due to the tomato juice, whatever I am doing to reduce my blood pressure seems to be working and that I should continue doing it. The only noticable side effects seems to be of an increased frequency of urination and a reduction of appetite.

    • les sugar les sugar Canada says:

      I have started on one glass of tomato juice/day and have changed nothing else on my diet. I am a type 2 diabetic and have been on meds for bp and diabetes for over 10 years (am 70 yrs old now) and have been fighting sugar readings of 9.4+ and bp of 140/90 and higher.  I started on the tomato juice 3 weeks ago and the change has been nothing short of DRAMATIC.  Sugar readings are between 5-6 and bp is 98/66 and had some readings as low as 84/63.  Simply unbelievable.

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