Reduce your risk of a stroke by 80%

IAS News 26 October 2012 | 0 Comments

Did you know that up to 80% of strokes may be preventable? Researchers at Loma Linda University in California have found that people with less healthy eating habits are at a higher risk of suffering from a stroke as opposed to those who eat a balanced and nutritious diet. By including between 3 and 5 servings of fresh fruit and vegetables a day, the risk of stoke is much less than those who fail to do so. The Western diet typically is associated with an increased stroke risk, whereas those who follow more of a Mediterranean diet will find their risk is much lower. Many antioxidants are present in fresh fruits and vegetables which can form a shield which can lower the risk of having a stroke.

Even for those consuming the recommended number of fruit and vegetables a day it is often a good idea to boost the daily intake of vitamins and minerals by taking an all round multi vitamin tablet. Beyond Chelation Improved is one such multivitamin and may help to further protect against not just strokes but other diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cardio vascular diseases, arthritis and others as well. Nitric Pro is another which can help improve blood flow through the arteries, with each scoop containing 3500mg of arginine, as well as vitamin C and calcium in high amounts.

For more information regarding the role of vitamins and nutrients for good health and stronger immunity, please refer to article:

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