The National Health Service explained that the cause of this condition is that the arteries are “full of fatty deposits.”
Previous clinical trials have identified how 1 percent aneurysms are associated with an up to 13% reduction in the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Researchers from the University of Leeds enrolled healthy adults aged 20 to 45 years.
The volunteers drank a cup of blood orange juice with breakfast and dinner for two weeksAfter a week, they were no longer drinking a cup of orange juice with blood, another experiment began.
This time, the participants repeated the study but consumed a placebo drink instead.
Professor Karen Birch commented on the results, saying: “The results showed that consuming orange juice with blood with meals improves flow breadth by 2%. The size of the arteries increased significantly after consuming orange juice compared to a placebo drink.