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Stroke Prevention May Be as Easy as Eating More Fruit

Jun. 3, 2014 Men's Journal

A large, new study has discovered that the more fruit you eat, the lower your risk of stroke. Chinese researchers examined 20 studies from the past 19 years to find that, for every 200 grams of fruit people eat daily – equivalent to about two servings – their chance of stroke drops by 32 percent. What’s more, adding the same amount of vegetables to your daily diet can reduce the risk of stroke by 11 percent.

Researchers also found that the most beneficial types of produce are citrus fruits, apples and pears, and leafy green vegetables. “The findings are consistent with the current knowledge that increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables should be encouraged to prevent stroke,” says study author Dr. Yan Qu. “The more consumption of fruits and vegetables, the better for stroke prevention.

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