Association between protein intake and blood pressure: the INTERMAP study : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service


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Cross-sectional study looking at dietary intake and blood pressure, showing that high vegetable protein intake is associated with lower blood pressure.


  • Publication date10 January 2006
  • ContributorLeon Green

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