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How does caffiene affect your BP ?

how does caffiene affect your blood pressure ?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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well i dont know about that but it is proven that if you put cinnomen in your coffe it will lower your blood pressure and if u eat oat meal with cinnomen every day
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