The Biscuit is an important part of a patient’s diet, and one that can help alleviate the symptoms of high blood pressure, heart disease and even cancer.
A study by scientists at the Mayo Clinic found that adding the biscuit to a patient who is already taking anti-diuretic medication can help improve their blood pressure and their overall health.
The research was published in the American Journal of Cardiology.
“It’s a bit like having a toothbrush and not having a mouthwash,” said Dr. William P. Wirth, the Mayo professor who conducted the study.
“It’s an additive to your medication and to the anti-hypertensive medication you take.”
The research found that patients taking either a daily anti-inflammatory pill or an anti-fibrin medication, which is also called statins, were able to reduce their blood pressures.
They also were able get better blood glucose control, lower cholesterol levels and have a better chance of having a heart attack or stroke.
A biscuit contains carbohydrates, which are good for the body.
A healthy diet of a biscuit has been shown to be more beneficial for the heart, and it has been found to help people with type 2 diabetes, obesity and hypertension.
The Mayo Clinic researchers said that the addition of the biscue may be an effective way to lower cholesterol in patients with diabetes.
“When we do the study, we were interested in finding out if there is a relationship between the biscuits we put in people’s diets and the reduction in cholesterol,” said Wirth.
“And it turns out there is.
It’s a really strong effect.”
The Mayo study showed that adding a biscue to the diet of patients who were already taking an anti–fibrinolytic medication had a big effect on their blood sugar.
They were also able to improve their cholesterol levels.
“So when you are already taking the medication and you are taking antihypertensives, you may be getting a lot of LDL cholesterol and HDL cholesterol, and that’s really bad for your heart health,” said Pascual.
“So adding a bit of a spice to your diet is actually really good.”
The study was conducted on patients who have high blood pressures, high cholesterol levels or are obese.
The participants were divided into groups based on their medical conditions.
In the first group, which was low in cholesterol and high in high blood sugar, they had the biscut as a regular part of their diet.
The second group was low cholesterol and low blood sugar and was able to take statins and the antihyptics as a supplement.
The study also found that people in the first, high blood-pressure group who took statins had significantly lower blood pressure levels.
However, those who were able do that were also not having the same effect on cholesterol levels, and the results did not look at whether statins were lowering cholesterol or the risk of heart attack.
The researchers said the research has some limitations.
There are some limitations on how well the biscuts work because it’s not like a regular meal that people take.
But they found that it was the biscuits that had the biggest effect on lowering cholesterol levels in those who had the highest cholesterol levels but were also having the best cholesterol control.
“If we can see that the biscuity diet helps the blood pressure drop, then that may be something to be encouraged,” said Liana Rizzo, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist who was not involved in the study but did have a patient in her practice.
“But it is also important to look at what is actually causing these things.”
The research is one of the first to look directly at the effects of biscuit consumption on blood pressure.
It will be important to see how this is impacting other cardiovascular health issues in the future, Wirth said.
He said that when you add the biscuits to the patients diet, they may not feel the need to change their diets to lower their cholesterol, but they are likely to feel better and feel less stressed.
“I would encourage people to try and make a change to their diet, to try to eat more biscuits, to do more exercise, or eat more carbohydrates,” said Rizzolio.
“You might even be able to increase your HDL cholesterol and lower your triglycerides, which could help your blood pressure go down.”