Fruit is good for the heart, here is finally the confirmation of science. It is a beneficial food able to protect us from the risk of heart attack, ischemic and emerragic stroke. This was demonstrated by a study conducted by the University of Oxford which was recently presented at the Barcelona congress of the European Society of Cardiology.
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La fruit is good for heart, here is finally the confirmation of science. It is a beneficial food that can protect us from the risk of infarct and ictus ischemic and emerragic. This was demonstrated by a study conducted by the University of Oxford which was recently presented at the Barcelona congress of the European Society of Cardiology.
Experts continued research on benefits of fruit for the heart over the course of seven years in China, out of a population of nearly half a million people. The verdict? The more you eat fruit, the lower your heart risk.
The largest fruit consumers among the participants, compared to people with minimal fruit consumption, presented un 15% lower risk of heart attack it's a 25% lower risk of ischemic stroke. The figure rose to 40% for hemorrhagic stroke.
Eating fruit is also protective from the point of view of overall risk of death. The decline, in a previous study, was 32% compared to those who practically never ate fruit. Furthermore, the consumption of fruit would influence blood pressure for the better by lowering it and therefore helping to avoid the risk of hypertension.
Second Huaidong Du, lead author of the study, the data clearly demonstrate that the consumption of fresh fruit reduces the cardiovascular risk and that the more fruit you eat, the lower the risk. Experts recommend increasing the consumption of fruit in various forms, both starting with fresh fruit and with homemade juices and smoothies, good, simple and quick ideas to encourage healthier eating.
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