A nib of cheese a day keeps the heart disease away.
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(Reuters Health) - Children who eat restaurant carry-out, or “takeaway,” meals once a week or more tend to have extra body fat and long-term risk factors for heart disease, suggests a UK study.
Eating 40 grams of cheese every day could help to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, suggests a new observational study.
Heart disease risk is lowered by eating almonds to keep blood vessels healthy. In the study, the control group participants ate their normal diet, while the other group consumed 50 grams of almonds a day for a month. After the … The...